18.7 C
Madrid
Friday, September 17, 2021

Fans Rejected Kevin Smith’s He-Man As The Worst-Rated Animated Show

Despite the negative feedback from viewers, the show is back for the second half of the season

Must read

Khushant Runghe
Khushant Runghe
Reviewing movies ,series and anime all are part of my tiny universe which I called review verse.

INDIA: There was a surge of interest among nostalgic He-Man fans after the release of the first teaser for Netflix’s Master of the Universe: Revelation. The song “I Need a Hero” by Bonnie Tyler elevated the clip to new heights. The animations were brilliant, providing a stunning and colorful effect. The issue began with the second and third trailers, which presented a sneak peek into the show. However, subsequently, news surfaced that the He-Man had been replaced as a supporting character. It was termed a “bait and switch” by fans.


He-Man fans were enraged when the first season of the series aired on Netflix. The Rotten Tomatoes audience score can be used to ascertain this. This nostalgic show is currently rated ‘’38 percent by the audience” and is thought to have been destroyed by the show creators. Despite the critics’ Rotten Tomatoes rating of 96 percent, the audience score found the performance to be a significant disappointment for both existing and new fans.

- Advertisement -

Also Read: Jadeja And Gill Helps India To Fight Back, After Steven Smith’s Ton

The show was one of Netflix’s top ten shows, based on its excitement and popularity among He-Man fans. However, it has now been reported that ‘’Kevin Smith’s He-Man Show has fallen out of the Netflix top 10″. As a result, it’s possible that a big number of individuals saw it when it first came out. The fans’ dissatisfaction can be seen in the Netflix clip the ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’ ending explained.

- Advertisement -


The animation and art direction are good, but the story and writing are terrible, as many viewers have previously stated. It was also referred to as a “Teela show” by some. Many people also mentioned that the He-Man exhibit poster was misleading, as it had very little He-Man.
Despite the negative feedback from viewers, the show is back for the second half of the season.

Support our mission of Independent Journalism on Patreon!
- Advertisement -

More articles

- Advertisement -

Latest article

Support our mission of Independent Journalism on Patreon!