Netflix subscribers only have a few short weeks left to wait for the arrival of season four of Stranger Things. Set in the unassuming town of Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980s, the series follows a group of young friends as they face mystery and the paranormal. While season four of the series was confirmed to be the penultimate season of streaming giant’s signature show, Stranger Things’ creators, the Duffer Brothers, recently revealed that they have plans for several spinoffs shows.

Speaking with reporters from SFX, Matt Duffer says that he feels that the franchise still has many stories to tell. Matt elaborates that while he and his brother Ross might have ideas for a continuation of the franchise, those ideas must be exciting enough for them to want to move forward with production. Matt feels that for a continuation to be successful, they must feel an irresistible pull to move forward with the project. Ross adds that he and his brother must also be certain that they are telling an original story and not just remaking the same series again. Ross also says that while he and Matt have a few ideas on where a potential spinoff might go, those ideas are not formed enough to share with the public. Matt and Ross further reveal that thus far, they have only talked about possible spinoff ideas amongst themselves and have had no conversations with Netflix about the idea.

News of a possible continuation of Stranger Things comes following reports that Netflix spent an astounding $30 million per episode on the show’s upcoming season. Since there are 9 installments in the latest batch of episodes, the streamer thus paid $270 million to produce the show’s fourth season. This represents a marked increase in costs from past seasons, which had budgets of between $8 million and $10 million per episode.

Part one of Stranger Things season four will premiere on Netflix on May 27. The second half of the season will be available for streaming on July 1.