“I think people are disappointed and frankly, looking back, we thought we were communicating that we were weekly,” Krupp told TheWrap earlier this week. “Clearly, in the blind, we had to do a lot to ensure that people are not surprised and disappointed. I would have done it differently. I mean, again, we announced it. But we obviously need to be neon-signed on everything. ”
He said, “I think people are disappointed, but I think the one thing they need to understand is, it’s not like a corporate, Amazon Money Grab – it was from the producers. We wanted it. It’s a creative. There was a choice. So they may or may not like it, but they have to at least respect that the people who are making the show wanted it to be released that way because we wanted time to slow down a bit. Meet and talk about everything, they at least appreciate that it was a creative option. ”
As of this season, the season’s host platform has a 3-out-of-5 star rating, despite ticking to a 97-percent certified freshman rating rotten Tomatoes. Of the 5,400 ratings presented as of this writing on Amazon, half of them are one-star ratings, with roughly adjusted releases to do.
Kripke concluded, “And then another, like, why do you do something you love because you’re frustrated with how it’s being released, isn’t terrible to me.” Fun to see bad reviews on really loving people. As such, it does not make people feel good about the show. I would say that
First four episodes of The boys Season two is now streaming on Amazon Prime.
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