Published: Thu, March 22, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Much of Stranger Things 3 cast reportedly receives much-deserved raise

Much of Stranger Things 3 cast reportedly receives much-deserved raise

The news outlet reports that Gaten Matarazzo, 15, Caleb McLaughlin, 16, Noah Schnapp, 13, and Finn Wolfhard, 15, are all set to earn $250,000 (£178,000) an episode for the third season, which is due to start filming next month. Deadlinedid not have a figure estimate for Millie Bobby Brown's salary, but it is reportedly higher than the rest of her young cohort.

No one, outside of Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos and maybe the company janitor who's also an undercover hacker knows how popular Stranger Things is, outside of "very".

The third season is expected to begin production around April and premiere somewhere next Spring.

According to Hollywood Reporter, the actors are divided into three tiers.

And let's get this out of the way now: No, sorry, we don't have any spoilers for the upcoming Stranger Things season 3, although Metro US will keep you updated on any news we get on the nostalgic 80s show that we hear whispered.

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Older teens Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, and Joe Keery, who are less central to the story, are making about $150,000 per episode each. And we're not talking about a 20%, 50% or even 100% pay increases - we're talking a LOT more than that!

The Tier C consists of teenage actors Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Joe Keery, and they will be pocketing a sum of United States dollars 150,000 per episode. For these batches of episodes they made around $30,000 an installment.

Netflix has declined to comment on the pay increase reports from The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline. Those working behind "Stranger Things" have renegotiated wages as should be the case on a series like this, and there doesn't appear to be any scandal of a gender wage gap looming, as was the case for the first two seasons of "The Crown".

Stranger Things is a monster hit for Netflix.

The show's Emmy success has proved an exciting vehicle for both career break-outs and comebacks, so we're not super surprised these stars are getting payed so heftily. The drama, created by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, was nominated for 18 Emmys previous year, including acting nods for both Brown and Harbour.

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