EXCLUSIVE: 'Stranger Things' Season 4, Netflix Adds Warning Card after Uvalde shooting 

Ahead of the Friday premiere, Netflix added a disclaimer to the Season 3 recap that plays before the first episode

The warning card, which will show up for viewers in the U.S. when the episodes launch on Friday

Additionally, Netflix has also edited the description for the premiere to include a note

“Warning: Contains graphic violence involving children,” and added “disturbing images”

The show’s breakout first season introduced us to a haunted alternate dimension

More important, Stranger Things now has a supersized dramatic purpose, on many assumptions

"Things are getting way more real," Chrest said of the fourth season, which premieres on May 27