"Stranger Things" Cast Negotiate Enormous Pay Raise for Season 3

Report: Stranger Things Cast Scores Big Raises for Season 3

Stranger Things is expected to go into production on an eight-episode season three next month in April. New actresses will step in to replace the actors who are no longer part of the show, most notably Sean Astin who played Bob Newby in the second season of Stranger Things.

Meanwhile, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Joe Keery, who play teenagers on the show, make up the "C tier", and will each receive around £106,000 per episode. While no one seems to know the exact figures for her new salary, several reports speculated that she'll be making more than the rest of her child co-stars but less than David Harbour and Winona Ryder.

The creators of the show have admitted the new season will include a time jump, as the younger actors get older and start to visibly age from their adolescents.

The worst offender was Stranger Things with 182 scenes with cigarettes.

According to sources, the main actors are divided into different pay tiers. The increase in their salary will now fetch them up to $250,000 per episode.

In previous seasons, Ryder and Harbour were paid $100,000 and $80,000 an episode, respectively, while the kids earned somewhere in the low $20,000s. Information about how much money she'll be earning per episode hasn't been disclosed but it's believed that her team renegotiated her deal separately and is now thought to be earning around $300,000 per episode. or maybe even more.

Since hitting Netflix, the brilliant On My Block has received critical acclaim for the storylines it's covered and the excellent, diverse young cast. As Netflix has run into serious issues on its former flagship series House of Cards in the wake of Kevin Spacey's sexual misconduct scandal, Stranger Things has quickly become the platform's crown jewel.

Netflix did not comment on the stars' salary negotiations, Deadline reported.

Season 2 will hopefully resolve the questions left unanswered in the finale of the first season - particularly whether Ruby and Olivia are going to survive.

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