If you’re going to get chased by a Demogorgon a third time, you’d better get paid doing it. Sources indicate the Stranger Things cast has secured upwards of 1200% raises for the third season, including the show’s young breakout stars.
We haven’t reached the midpoint of Stranger Things just yet, so there’s no way creators would jump ship now, right? That’s exactly the rumor going around with executive producers Ross and Matt Duffer, but sources already indicate the claim may have been turned upside down.
More and more series are taking year-long gaps for production, and Stranger Things is likely to be among them. Where previously star David Harbour suggested Season 3 of the fan-favorite Netflix drama might not arrive until 2019, the actor now has an even more specific date in mind.
We didn’t mind Stranger Things Season 2 taking a few months to capitalize on Halloween, but there may be no such comfort in 2018. Star David Harbour suggests the third season of Netflix’s breakout drama may not arrive until 2019, and we are Upside Down about it.
While you were home getting ready for Thanksgiving last Wednesday, 15-year-old Little Egg Harbor native and star of Netflix hit show "Stranger Things" Gaten Matarazzo was home at work on an Ocean County Distracted driving video series.
Once upon a time, Stranger Things played coy with a potential second season, leading us to wonder if the breakout Netflix drama might reboot after one year. That plan obviously fell through, but the Duffer brothers now reveal a modified Season 1 finale that was much more heartbreaking than we first …