The black dressers in the new Netflix show “Stranger Things” are a perfect fit for a girl who is obsessed with black, and who loves the idea of being seen as a girl.
Netflix’s Netflix series, which stars Winona Ryder and Millie Bobby Brown, follows the lives of four friends in the town of Hawkins, Indiana, in the first season.
The series is set to premiere in December.
The show is one of several from Netflix that feature black characters.
It is the most recent Netflix series to feature a black protagonist.
And it is the first show to feature an African American cast member, though it is not the first to feature black leads.
The network also introduced an African-American cast member to the series, including a young girl named Daisy (Toni Collette).
“Strangers Things” follows the adventures of the titular group of kids, and stars Winonn Dungey as Eleven, Matt Bomer as Eleven’s best friend, Dustin (Brenton Thwaites), and Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin’s older brother, Finn (Idris Elba).
The series, from Netflix, follows three kids who have their lives changed forever when the Hawkins school starts to lose its connection to the town.
The kids move to Hawkins and discover their new friends, who have strange abilities.
The children are called “strangers” because their lives were changed forever.
The girls and boys are called, appropriately, “stranger.”
“Strangelaters” has already drawn a slew of positive reviews, including one from Variety, which wrote that the show “has a very compelling and moving storyline and the characters are well developed.”
The show has also received critical praise from critics, including USA Today, which called the show a “classic and powerful look at growing up in a post-racial society.”
In an interview with “Good Morning America,” director Cary Fukunaga said the show is not meant to be “a whitewashing” of the past.
“It’s not meant for people to see our history in the past, but to look at our future in the future,” he said.
“People are still in a world where they’re still told, ‘I am white, and I am American.’
They are still told we were better than them.
But that’s not true.
We’re a little bit of a different story.”
In addition to his role as Eleven and the girls, Fukunayas has voiced characters on television, including “Blackbeard,” a pirate who serves as a mentor to the Black Widow (Dawn Chiang) on “The Walking Dead,” and “Dr. Z.”
He also voiced a character in the upcoming film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
In March, Fukuyas appeared in a video interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which he shared that he wanted to be a black person and that “being a hero is a really tough thing.”
In the interview, Fukuunas said, “I have this idea of wanting to be someone who has this sort of superpower.
I feel like the reason why I am so happy with my character is that it is this idea that I have of being something, or that I am something.
So when I see that there are so many other people of color, and they can be anything they want to be, it is just really cool.”
Fukunahas said he was also inspired by the characters of his African-born family.
“My mom was always the same way.
She wanted to have a black boyfriend, and she would always want to play with my brother’s toys,” Fukuyam said.
The Netflix series was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Animated Series in May, and has won awards at the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca Media Festival and SXSW Film Festival.
The “Strange Things” series is produced by WME and executive produced by Frank Darabont, Dan Fogelman, John Ridley, and Steven Spielberg.