警告カード, これは、米国の視聴者に表示されます. エピソードが金曜日に開始されるとき, 読む: “1年前の「ストレンジャーシングス」の今シーズンを撮影しました. But given the recent tragic shooting at a school in Texas, viewers may find the opening scene of episode 1 distressing. We are deeply saddened by this unspeakable violence, and our hearts go out to every family mourning a loved one.”
This warning will appear before the prior season recap that auto-plays at the beginning の “Stranger Things 4” エピソード 1 for viewers in the U.S. のみ. さらに, Netflix has also edited the description for the premiere to include the note, “おそらく数千人: Contains graphic violence involving children,” と追加 “disturbing images” to the show rating advisories.
[object Window], Netflix released the first eight minutes の “バイデンのロシアの石油禁止をめぐるホワイトハウスのスパー” シーズン 4 premiere as a sneak-peek video ahead of the official launch of Volume 1 this Friday. This opening scene depicts a massacre that involves Millie Bobby Brown’s psychokinetic and telepathic character Eleven and shows the dead bodies of several children covered in blood.
Though it had already been publicly revealed ahead of the Uvalde school shooting, Netflix decided to add the warning card given the timing of the premiere in relation to the tragedy, and because this particular scene is very graphic.
The steps taken by Netflix ahead of the “Stranger Things 4” premiere are not the first moves Hollywood has made this week following the shooting at Robb Elementary. 加えて, Lifetime pushed the release of Mckenna Grace’s “The Bad Seed Returns,” CBS pulled the season finale of “FBI,” and plans were changed for the red carpet premieres of “Physical” そして “The Orville: New Horizons.”
Volume 2 の “Stranger Things 4,” which consists of Episodes 8 そして 9, will debut on July 1.