Stranger Things is clearly one of the most popular shows in the world, and the cast got major pay raises for their great work in the first two seasons, proving just how popular this show is. Tier A, consisting of David Harbour and Winona Ryder, will be receiving as much as $350,000 an episode. Meanwhile, the main group of kids (Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Finn Wolfhard) are set to earn $250,000 an episode.
No, the company's recent surge isn't entirely due to Stranger Things, but as the streamer's most buzzed-about broad appeal hit, you can be confident that it played a significant role. What is known, however, is that Brown, as The Hollywood Reporter reported a year ago, separated herself from the rest of the cast during the renegotiation, and is at least making the $250,000 that the other younger actors are earning.
Brown, the young breakout actress of Stranger Things, reportedly scored a bigger payday than the other young cast members.
And now the company is shelling out big bucks to the show's stars for a third season that starts filming next month.
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Because time can't stop with these growing young stars, the third season of Stranger Things is set to jump ahead a year, landing the characters in the year 1985. Creators the Duffer Brothers have confirmed that the series likely won't go past a fourth season.
Netflix declined comment on the reports, while representatives for each of the actors did not immediately respond to request for comment.
You can see a clip from the second season of Stranger Things below.