In the wake of Texas shooting, Netflix adds content warning to Stranger Things Season 4

In the wake of Texas shooting, Netflix adds content warning to Stranger Things Season 4 ...

The new Netflix content card for Stranger ThingsSeason 4, Volume 1, is warning viewers of graphic violence involving children and disturbing images. This comes after a tragic mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, killed 19 children and two teachers on Tuesday.

This more comprehensive disclaimer (which is only for viewers in the United States) about the potentially horrifying violence depicted in the series has been added by the streamer.

This season of Stranger Things a year ago. However, given the recent tragic shooting at a school in Texas, viewers may find episode 1 of the show opening scene troubling. We are deeply sorry by this unspeakable violence, and our hearts go forth to every family mourning a loved one.

After a very long absence, Netflix released the first eight minutes of this upcoming season, which includes violence that leaves Eleven with blood, as well as several of her fellow child testing subjects dead. It is clear based on Netflix''s statements that watching children die in an educational facility was not a solitary feature. However, it is a disconcert. Given the otherwise celebratory nature of the series'' return, the show is unfortunate.

Stranger ThingsSeason 4 has been consistently cited as its darkest, scariest, and most gruesome season yet. As to whether there will be another blowback for the seasons'' content? Stay tuned.

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