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Discussion in 'DC Comics TV' started by Lencho01, Oct 14, 2015.
Also feel like I should echo this.
Ta da. I mean I moved it to the comics section by mistake for a minute but it got here in the end.
Yup. This looks great.
Wish there was more of Yorick's POV to anchor it all and saw more of him to gauge more of his performance because I liked what little I saw. Agent 355 looks like Agent 355. This looks like it's faithful to the comic but could be a strong adaptation. Looking forward to seeing more.
This might be the first Hulu show that I will actually watch
When Sweet Tooth dropped on Netflix, DC Universe Infinite put the whole comic series on their service. Here’s hoping the same happens with this. I’ve still only read the first few arcs.
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I’m enjoying it. Diane Lane is putting on a clinic.
I watched the first three episodes. Seems to be smartly written. At least so far.
I’ve enjoyed what I’ve seen so far of the first three episodes. I appreciate that we already get the vibes that this is very much an ensemble piece even though the title implies Yorrick is the main character.
Watched the first episode last night, never read the comic but enjoyed it and the premise intrigues me.
Damn, been really enjoying this
That's surprising. I know it's FX on Hulu and not FX or FXX proper, but you'd think a show like this would be perfect. Haven't seen it for myself, and I have no idea how FX on Hulu measures viewership, but have seen promotion for this all over the place and folks seem to like it. So I'm surprised FX on Hulu pulled the plug.
Not sure where this goes if FX on Hulu doesn't want it anymore. Netflix, maybe?
Very disappointing. I've been enjoying it so far too.
Interesting comments, really do hope it finds a new home but I am skeptical at this point.
I'm sure had it found a strong audience it wouldn't have been cancelled, but it seems to have suffered from a lukewarm reception and indifference from the majority of the viewers.
"I’m talking the ones who bought FX long after the deal was cut."
So is she talking about Disney?
Not cool. HBOMAX should pick it up