Scooby Doo Velma Show is Worst Rated For “Turning” Chracters To Gay Lesbians ! www.vidio.ng

 28 views,  28 views today

HBO and Mindy Kaling’s disastrous Scooby Doo reboot Velma is now third-worst rated TV show in IMDB history, with a score of just 1.3/10
Velma, which explores the backstory of the beloved animated character, has been panned by critics who say the new show lacks the charm of the original
Terrible audience ratings following the release of just FOUR episodes of the new HBO show have now left it the third-worst rated show in IMDB history
Critics say the teen characters are ‘unlikeable’, ‘oversexualized’, and altered beyond recognition from their original cartoon predecessors

Mindy Kaling’s panned Scooby Doo spin-off Velma is now the third worst rated TV show in IMBD history, having aired just four episodes of its first season.

The TV show is marketed as the origin story of Velma Dinkley – played by Kaling – who is described in the tag-line as ‘the unsung and underappreciated brains of the Scooby-Doo Mystery Inc. gang’.

While touting itself as an ‘original and humorous spin,’ many fans believe the spin-off has strayed too far from the source material, with characters described as ‘unlikeable’ and ‘oversexualized’ teenagers.

While the show garnered a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 11 percent following its premier, the latest two episodes have seen it fall even further to just 6 percent. On IMDB, the show has a 1.3/10 rating – making it the nearly the worst reviewed TV program ever.

Scooby-Doo spin-off ‘Velma’ has been ripped into for its poor recreation of the beloved mystery-solving foursome – now ranked as the third WORST show ever by IMBD
+9
View gallery
Scooby-Doo spin-off ‘Velma’ has been ripped into for its poor recreation of the beloved mystery-solving foursome – now ranked as the third WORST show ever by IMBD

Velma or Mindy: some viewers have complained that Kaling inserted herself into the show rather than telling the ‘origin story of Velma Dinkley,’ as the logline claims
+9
View gallery
Velma or Mindy: some viewers have complained that Kaling inserted herself into the show rather than telling the ‘origin story of Velma Dinkley,’ as the logline claims

IMBD’S Worst rated TV shows
1. The Pogmentary (1.1/10)

An Amazon documentary that is a ‘glimpse into the life of Paul Pogba, the influential world-class French footballer.’

2. Iste Bu Benim Masalim (1.2/10)

A Turkish musical romance about a girl who ‘has strong feelings, is dreamer and different from everyone else.’

3. Velma (1.3/10)

The much-critiqued HBO Max show that reimagines the Scooby Doo gang and stars Mindy Kaling as the voice of Velma.

4. A Little Late with Lilly Singh (1.4/10)

The NBC late night talk show ran for just three seasons, from 2019 to 2021. The YouTuber was unable to win over audiences as a talk show host.

5. Santa Inc. (1.6/10)

The 2021 comedy starring comedians Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen was another HBO Max original animated project that did not get a laugh from viewers.

6. Final Draft (2.3/10)

The 2022 web series is about ‘two young writers, met by destiny who eventually fell in love with each other in an old-school romantic manner.’ No one is swooning over the show.

7. The View (2.5/10)

The ABC morning panel talk show has been running since 1997 when it was created by Barbara Walters. The show’s strong opinions often rubs viewers the wrong way.

8. Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (2.5/10)

The TLC reality show about a pageant child’s family ran from 2012 to 2017 and was a cultural phenomenon but didn’t always rate well.

9. Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2.8/10)

The famous Calabasas California clan has been keeping things interesting since 2007. While they’re now stars off the screen, viewers have not always been kind.

10. Rasbhari (2.8/10)

The Amazon show is about an English teacher with a ‘sex obsessed alter-ego.’ Despite low ratings it has been running since 2019.

The many critics of the show claim characters have lost any semblance of their original personalities – with Fred depicted as a rich kid insecure in his own masculinity; Daphne as school mean girl who deals drugs; and Shaggy as a nerd worried he’s a beta male.

Another big complaint is that the new characters are simply unappealing protagonists – who don’t even seem to like each other very much.

As one reviewer wrote: ‘One of the best parts of SD is the gang’s sense of family and friendship. They love each other. The new Velma show is appalling to change that core relationship.’

The two other TV shows ranked lower than Velma on IMBD are The Pogmentary – a documentary about footballer Paul Pogba – which comes in at 1.1/10, and Iste Bu Benim Masalim – a show about the rise of a Turkish teen star – which has a 1.2/10 rating.

In IMBD’s reviewing system, 1 is the lowest available rating – putting Velma just 0.3 points above the minimum score.

Velma’s disastrous reception and poor reviews comes in sharp contrast to another recent spin-off TV show with a spunky female heroine and high-school setting: Netflix’s record-breaking Wednesday.

Facebook Comments Box

You may also like...