In the wake of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, Netflix will broadcast a warning card ahead of the American premiere episode of the fourth season of “Stranger Things,” according to an NBC News source.
The warning will air before the recap of the previous season, which will air before the premiere of “Stranger Things” Season 4, which will premiere on May 27.
The notice states, “We shot this season of ‘Stranger Things’ a year ago.” “However, in light of the recent sad shooting at a Texas school, viewers may find the first episode’s opening scene unsettling. This horrific crime has severely devastated us, and our hearts break for every family who has lost a loved one.”
Representatives from Netflix also verified that the premiere’s description has been changed to include a warning that reads, “Warning: Contains graphic violence involving children,” and that the show’s rating advisory has been updated to include “disturbing visuals.”
The opening eight minutes of the first episode of the new season of “Stranger Things” was posted by Netflix last week. Millie Bobby Brown’s psychic character Eleven is embroiled in a slaughter in the film’s first scene. Multiple bloodied youngsters are depicted in the sequence.
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The storyline point was already known prior to the Uvalde shooting, but Netflix added the warning because the program returns close to the events of this week, and the moment in question is gruesome.
The next season of “Stranger Things” will premiere on Netflix on Friday, three years after the previous season.