Following an emergence of plot details, Variety is reporting that Maya Hawke, daughter to Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, will join the cast of Stranger Things for season three.

Hawke, a 19-year-old actress and model, is set to portray an "alternative girl" who is bored with her day job. Upon looking to spice up her life, she ultimately stumbles on one of Hawkins, Indiana's darkest secrets.

Maya currently stars in BBC and Masterpiece’s Little Women adaption.

In addition to the new character, Priah Ferguson, who plays Lucas' younger sister Erica Sinclair, is situated for a more in-depth, recurring role. According to Variety, Erica and her friends will be on a mission to save Hawkins from a new threat.

For more on the new additions to Stranger Things season three, visit Variety.

In other TV news, Luke Cage is an unbreakable Harlemite in season two teaser.

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