Did Paul Wesley Really Say Netflix Was Trying to Kill ‘Stranger Things’? .


Did Paul Wesley Really Say Netflix Was Trying to Kill ‘Stranger Things’? .

So, did The Vampire Diaries’ Paul Wesley really tell David Harbour that Netflix was attempting to bury Stranger Things? Wesley expressed his fear to Harbour that the streaming service would not show the first season of Stranger Things. Harbour remembers the conversation. Wesley, on the other hand, remembered a completely different dialogue. Wesley couldn’t help but make a snide remark regarding Harbour’s remark.

Paul Wesley was anxious about ‘Stranger Things,’ according to David Harbour.

When Harbour spoke on a panel at Comic-Con in New York, he described the conversation. Wesley was concerned, he added, that Netflix wasn’t doing enough to promote the new show. “So about two weeks before the concert, I was like, ‘There’s still no commercials, dude, like buses and phones,’ and he [Paul] was like, ‘Sorry man, they’re trying to bury it,’ and I was like, ‘They’re trying to bury it,’ and he [Paul] was like, ‘Sorry man, they’re trying to bury it.’ “It was obviously a bad show,” Harbour stated (via People).

Harbour was naturally nervous because Stranger Things was his big break. He stated, “I was thinking, ‘Oh no, man, I blew it.”

“I was like one of the main characters on a Netflix show.” ‘And I blew it, we all blew it,’ he continued. Stranger Things, of course, rapidly became a cult hit. Netflix, according to Harbour, had a plan. “Later on, the advertising department stated that that was the entire time’s manipulation, and that they’re just geniuses.”

But I’m not sure what’s true,” he admitted.

Is Paul Wesley in agreement with David Harbour’s statement?

Wesley is likely to have seen a few pieces about Harbour informing the crowd that he was concerned Netflix was about to “bury” Stranger Things. “Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha But I’m going to bury my buddy David for throwing me under the bus!” Wesley sent out a tweet.

Wesley was asked if he watched the show by a fan. “I really enjoyed season 1,” he answered. “I wish we could all have our series as buried as Stranger Things,” another joked. What was Wesley’s response? “Same.” When will ‘Stranger Things’ be available on Netflix again? If Wesley has only seen season 1, he has some catching up to do. In September, the trailer for Stranger Things Season 4 was released, which included a new setting.

The scene takes place at the Creel House, which belongs to new figure Victor Creel. Of course, Creel is a tormented man, having spent the 1950s in a psychiatric facility after his family was ruthlessly killed. The plot of Brinkwire Entertainment’s short news is similar to that of the Amityville Horror.


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