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

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Numerous younger actors in the Netflix hit received pay raises for Season 3 that exceeded 10 times their original wages, according to The Hollywood Reporter on Monday.

Tier B, which includes Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Noah Schnapp will get $250,000 an episode ( a dramatic increase from $30,000 they received for season 1). However, other reports suggest Millie is in her own tier and is on $300,000 (£213,635) per episode - putting her between the show's adult stars and the young actors on the cast.

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". No demand expression figures were given for any of these series, but it can be presumed that they're much closer to Orange is the New Black instead of Stranger Things and Jessica Jones on the echelon of viewership. In an interview with Vulture, Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer talked about the Netflix series and dropped a clue that Stranger Things could end before the teen stars get out of high school.

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The stars of the nostalgic sci-fi series will earn up to $350,000 (£249,000) per episode when it returns for a third outing, sources confirmed to industry publication The Hollywood Reporter.

Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers in "Stranger Things".

It's unknown just how much Millie Bobby Brown is making for the third season. As a result, Netflix is apparently willing to bump up their salaries accordingly.

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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. Unfortunately, that means Stranger Things 3 will likely be pushed back to 2019.

Speaking to Variety, he said: "I mean, one of the things that's annoying for fans is that it takes us a long time to do them". It will see the storyline jump ahead a year and will also introduce new forces of evil.

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