The 3 worst TV shows on Netflix: Land I, Dunk and Real Rob – What Went Wrong

The 3 worst TV shows on Netflix: Land I, Dunk and Real Rob - What Went Wrong

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Most of Netflix’s multi-part projects are greeted quite warmly by the audience and rate them much above average: “The Squid Game”, “The Little Reindeer”, “The Queen’s Turn” and dozens of others will not let you lie. But what good is the other pole? The media giant often allows itself to produce outright consumer goods.

“Earth I”

The seductively titled project “The I-Land” received a ridiculous 4.5 rating on IMDb.

The plot of the series revolves around ten people who wake up on a mysterious island with no memory of who they are or how they got there. They face physical and psychological challenges as they try to survive and unravel the mystery of the island. They gradually discover that their stay here is part of a cruel experiment, and that they themselves are prisoners participating in a simulation to study human behavior.

Critics left no living space for “Earth I”. They criticized everything: the weak script, terrible acting, frankly cheap graphics and absolute distractibility – viewers have seen all this more than once.

“Dunking or drafting?”

The terribly vulgar animated series only earns 6 points out of 10.

The plot of Hoops revolves around a hapless basketball coach named Ben Hopkins. Ben dreams of working in professional sports. Despite his enthusiasm, his working methods leave much to be desired: he is rude, cynical and often uses obscene language.

An overemphasis on low-key humor ruined Dunk’s chances of winning audience praise.

“Real Rob”

The biopic, consisting of three seasons, did not exceed 6.3.

Real Rob is a semi-autobiographical comedy based on the life of comedian Rob Schneider. Rob plays an exaggerated version of himself and depicts daily struggles, mixing reality and fiction.

As in most films with Schneider, the script turned out to be downright weak and the humor was secondary and unoriginal.

Photo source: Still from the series

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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