• The young stars made $250,000 per episode in Season 3
  • Millie Bobby Brown received $350,000 per episode
  • Brown’s pay matched the salaries of the adult stars

The fourth season of Netflix’s sci-fi series “Stranger Things” is coming in a few months.

In an open letter to fans on Thursday, series creators Duffer Brothers announced that the next season will come in two volumes. Volume 1 premieres on May 27, while Volume 2 premieres on July 1.

The announcement left some fans wondering not just about what’s next for Eleven and her brave friends, but also about how much each cast member will earn this season.

The salaries of the cast members have yet to be disclosed. But after the huge success of the previous season, it is no doubt that their pay will go up once again. Take a look at how much the “Stranger Things” stars earned in the previous seasons.

The cast members scored massive pay raises for the third season. As per The Hollywood Reporter, the deal signed by the young actors is 12 times higher than previous deals.

Each of the young actors, namely: Finn Wolfhard (Mike), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas) and Noah Schnapp (Will) made $250,000 per episode in “Stranger Things” Season 3.

Although the lead cast member, Millie Bobby Brown, (Eleven) counted as one of the young stars, her raise was reportedly higher. According to TMZ, the actress likely received $350,000 per episode.

This meant she earned around $2.8 million for the eight-episode third season.

Brown’s pay reportedly matched the salaries of the adult stars of the show, David Harbour (Jim Hopper) and Winona Ryder (Joyce).

Aside from the salary, each of the actors received a bonus amounting to $60,000.

Meanwhile, various sources said the child actors were making more or less $20,000 per episode during the first and second seasons of the series.

For the first two seasons, Harbour was reportedly paid $80,000, while Ryder got around $100,000 per episode.

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Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Hopper (David Harbour) in "Stranger Things" Season 3. Netflix