Stranger Things stars land big pay raise, and we mean big

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Stranger Things is expected to go into production on an eight-episode season three next month in April.

Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin Henderson), and Finn Wolfhard (Mike Wheeler) have all snagged huge increases in their paydays for the new season of Stranger Things.

The show's other series regulars, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Joe Keery, who play Nancy, Jonathan and Steve, respectively, are also getting big salary increases and will be making $100,000-$150,000 dollars per episode. The stars of the hit Netflix sci-fi drama, majority young teens, have scored major pay raises for the upcoming third season of the show. According to Deadline, the Joyce Byers and Jim Hopper stars are raking in about $300,000 to $350,000 per episode. Brown, who emerged as the breakout star of Stranger Things, is believed to have landed a bigger raise than her young costars.

The cast of the Emmy-nominated show have scored major pay raises following an intense renegotiation ahead of the sci-fi drama's third season.

Millie Bobby Brown - much like her character, Eleven - remains a mystery.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast has been segregated into three tiers. Ranking behind "Stranger Things" which got 4.3 million demand expressions, the second season of "Marvel's Jessica Jones" garnered 4 million expressions.

The stars of hit Netflix series "Stranger Things" seemingly will see a significant bump in their paychecks. Meanwhile, for season 3 they could make around $250,000 an episode or more. Some say she's making as much as the "B tier" child stars, others say she is making the "A tier" adult star level.

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