The cast of stranger things has warned younger fans that the upcoming season is “troubling”.
The hit Netflix show, starring Millie Bobby Brown and Finn Wolfhard, will release its fourth season on May 27th.
Ahead of the show’s return, the cast have been open about what fans can expect from the show, joking that the showrunners “obviously don’t care about young kids at all.”
One of the show’s stars, Joseph Quinn – who is making his debut as new character Eddie Munson – narrated E! news: “I thought they needed to tone it down.”
“I didn’t think they would go into how cruel it was on the site,” he said. “But obviously they don’t care about little kids at all.”
Quinn’s co-star Joe Keery – who plays Steve – added that “kids are going to be scared”.
He continued, “Kids will have nightmares. If I were a kid looking at this, it would be disturbing.”
Caleb McLaughlin, who stars as Lucas, agreed with his co-stars. The actor said while watching the season, he recalled thinking, “Wow, I don’t think I want my nephew to see that.”
McLaughlin explained, “It’s very gory. That is much. It’s really intense. We really took it up a notch.”
Charlie Heaton – who plays Jonathan – added that he expects parents will complain about their children not being able to sleep after the show.
To go into detail, Maya Hawke – who made her stranger things Season 3 debut as Robin – Explained that “breaking bones really isn’t my favorite thing to do”.
The first episodes of stranger things The fourth season will be released on Netflix on May 27th. The final episodes of the season will follow on July 1st.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/stranger-things-warning-season-4-b2082748.html Stranger Things stars warn young fans of ‘disturbing’ season 4