Victims on New Prank Show Think They've Got a Job. But No.

‘Stranger Things’ Gaten Matarazzo To Host & Executive Produce Hidden-Camera Prank Show For Netflix

‘Stranger Things’ Gaten Matarazzo To Host & Executive Produce Hidden-Camera Prank Show For Netflix

Hosted and co-exec produced by Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo, Prank Encounters will air later in 2019 and follow its unwitting victims with hidden cameras. Each episode focuses on two strangers who each think they're starting their first day at a new job, and then the pranking starts.

A lot of tweets also said that the show would actually do more harm to those that are just looking to find a job.

Matarazzo executive produces with Silverman, Owens and Kevin Healey for Propagate, and Rob Hyde (Terrence Howard's Fright Club, Troy).

Netflix says it ordered eight episodes for the show's first season, but it didn't provide a firm release date, instead saying only that it will arrive 'later this year.' As with all Netflix originals, the series will be available in all regions where the streaming service is offered. Anthony Gonzalez, whose previous work includes Undercover Boss and Dance Moms, will reportedly be directing the show.

When not filming, the 16-year-old devotes his time to raising awareness about cleidocranial dysplasia - a condition that affects the development of bones and teeth. He helped to launch the nonprofit foundation CCD Smiles, which assists families in paying the dental bills of children with CCD.

Matarazzo also formed a six-piece band with his siblings Carmen and Sabrina called Work In Progress.

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