The Stranger Things Kids Are Making A Lot More Money Than You

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That's some pretty sweet coin for Finn Wolfhard, 15, Gaten Matarazzo, 15, and Caleb McLaughlin, 16, who will all reportedly make more than $US150,000 per ep, according to Deadline.

What you may have already noticed is the lack of detail on breakout actress Millie Bobby Brown, who portrays Eleven/Jane Hopper in the series, and the amount of money she'll earn come season three.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Netflix will be increasing their salaries 12 times over due to the popularity of the show.

The child actors were reportedly making around 20,000 United States dollars (£14,000) for the first and second seasons of the series, while Ryder was tipped to be earning 100,000 U.S. dollars (£71,000) an episode and Harbour was pulling in 80,000 USA dollars (£57,000).

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The story is reportedly jumping ahead one year, and Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman's 19-year-old daughter, Maya Hawke, has been added to the cast as a series regular.

There's nothing odd about the huge pay rises the entire cast of Stranger Things just scored for season three. The kids in the B tier were making around $20,000 per episode, but will now be pulling in a whopping $250,000 per episode.

For comparison's sake: five stars on Game of Thrones - Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau - make $500,000 per episode.

It's also known that Stranger Things 3 will feature eight episodes, which is the same as the first season, but down one episode from Season 2.

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Meanwhile, Natalia Dyer (Nancy), Charlie Heaton (Jonathan) and Joe Keery (Joe) will now be receiving $150,000 per episode.

Netflix declined to comment on the same. Creators the Duffer Brothers have confirmed that the series likely won't go past a fourth season.

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.

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