They might not be nominated this year, but the kids of Stranger Things are already making their mark on the Primetime Emmys.
Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Millie Bobby Brown worked their first Emmys red carpet like Barb's life depended on it (#RIP); the boys arrived in spiffy suits and adorable bow ties, while Brown stunned in a tea-length RED Valentino dress and clutch adorned with her own name.
While Matarazzo -- who stole the screen with his character Dustin's one-liners last season -- is excited for his season two return, there's one "butthead" who's not so sure she'll be making a comeback.
"I don't know if I'm going to be back," Brown revealed, after Eleven disappeared with the Demogorgon in the show's season finale. "It's very exciting if I am back, and if not, it's been a great season."
Brown has rightfully become a star since the Netflix hit debuted in July, capturing the attention of viewers worldwide -- and Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner.
"I want to see Millie Bobby Brown. She kills me. She's too good for her age," Turner adorably gushed to ET on the Emmys carpet, admitting that she and co-star Maisie Williams are huge fans of the series. "Eleven… Where is she?!"
While we've all fallen in love with Brown and her telepathic abilities, show creators the Duffer Brothers recently revealed that even they aren't yet sure of Eleven's fate.
"I don't think we ever thought anthology," Ross Duffer told Entertainment Weekly.
"I think we talked like a larger time jump where the kids are older now, and it's a different decade," he said, before delivering the sad news: "We don't know about Eleven…We leave that up in the air."