Too Rotten: Warner Bros. yanks Batwoman trailer

Too Rotten: Warner Bros. yanks Batwoman trailer

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One of the CW’s newest shows, Batwoman, is getting praised by critics and blasted by fans on Rotten Tomatoes after just one episode, leading people to suspect the show about a lesbian superhero is more about virtue signaling than good TV.

Rotten Tomatoes is a popular website for reviews on TV and film content. It's made up of a critic rating, based on various TV reviewers' articles, and an audience score based on feedback from people watching the show. After the first show, the critic rating (or Tomatometer) sat at 72% while the audience score was 9%, according to Reclaim The Net.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile, Warner Bros. decided to remove all of the previous trailers for the show and replace them with new ones so previous downvotes and negative comments wouldn't show.

Many people who watched the show accused the franchise of engaging in social justice warrior bias, based on the sexuality and gender of the movie's heroes.

One reviewer wrote: “I love strong and empowered women characters, but not when they stop every 10 seconds to remind me how strong and empowered they are, oh, and that they're also a woman. We don't need politics in TV. We NEED good stories and good writing.”

“A horrible, sexist, SJW mess. Doesn't even deserve the half star that I'm being forced to give it right now.” wrote another.

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