Netflix Defends His Controversial New Prank Stranger Things Actor Gaten Matarazzo after a backlash to the project of cheating on people seeking work Punisher encounters would begin sometime this year With 16-year-old Matarazzo serving both as a presenter and executive producer, they believe they will start their first day on a new job.
"It's normal for their paths to collide and these part-time jobs to become full-time nightmares," they added.
Many people of Netflix and Matarazzo, one of Hollywood's richest young stars, quickly took offense because they were vulnerable People in search of work pranks had played.
In a statement to BuzzFeed News, however, a Netflix spokesman tried to comment Explain the original description of the premise of the show, stating that people are their "first day at
"The pranks in Prank Encounters are creepy, supernatural and exaggerated, and everyone had a great time," the spokesman said. "All participants came with the expectation that this was a one-day, hourly performance and everyone was paid for their time."
The spokesman declined to answer additional questions on how the jobs were marketed to jobseekers. Netflix also refused to provide one of the pats for an interview.
Matarazzo's representatives did not answer to requests for comments.