Netflixstranger things season 3

J Jul 08, 2019 Review updated:

We have watched the first 2 seasons of Stranger Things as a family and enjoyed it. We were looking forward to Season 3. We will no longer be watching this show as the language is atrocious. This is not appropriate for a family. I am finding the language on many of the Netflix shows are bad and once it starts, we will not watch them. It is a shame you have to have kids use this kind of language. It adds nothing to the show and in fact distracts from the quality of the show. There are plenty of shows, such as Heartland, that have long seasons, are popular, and don't need that type of language. Surely your writers are intelligent enough to find alternate words to convey their message.

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    Icarelife47 Jul 09, 2019

    I agree. There seems to be a clear pattern. Mr Hastings, the head of Netflix, feels that our children and grandchildren need to hear swearing and even incestuous comments in season 3 of Stranger Things. Mr Hasting allowed Designated Survivor to go from one of the most inspiring shows ever made to pornographic. I had to stop watching. Mr Hastings as a philanthropist I am sure you are raising your children to think of the greater good. Why are you trying to drag our children down?

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