The world of streaming platforms might sound like a safe haven for cord cutters. Reportedly outnumbering cable and satellite customersIn recent months, two large and growing problems have been noted that have become commonplace across the board.Films and TV shows are being completely shelved despite all the filming processes being partially completed. poker face completely won the audience and so do the criticsrecently shared his take on the growing trend, but he’s certainly not a fan.
and poker face We’re nearing the end of the 10-episode first season — available to stream on Peacock Subscription — viewers have little to worry about when Natasha Lyonne’s Charlie Kale suddenly faces a seemingly unjust exit from the platform. scooby doo animation function, Fares such as sales tax on HBO Max Westworld and wolf raisedbuy the fully completed movie on Netflix Inheritance and housewifeit’s becoming impossible to know for sure which shows and movies should be considered permanent fixtures. THRRian Johnson shared his damning thoughts:
As Johnson points out, whenever HBO Max kicked off this unfortunate trend by ditching the DC feature, it was already a disturbing move. bat girl in the middle of post-production, Dump all kinds of original fares off. (Some of it landed on Tubi, and some is presumably pending on WBD’s own FAST streaming platform.) But other streaming platforms have been inspired by such moves to begin rebuilding their own slates. And things became more and more mysterious and potentially damaging. The goal of decommissioning more economically viable projects as amortization as opposed to marketable releases.
of the last jedi The writer and director also spoke of the idea that Hollywood has long been a hotbed of “horrible things” and nasty practices. completely ignoring the creative work and influence of everyone who worked to bring those projects to life. This is how it was done in the corner of ( 61st Street and moon heavenamong others) from Paramount + (the long-awaited workaholic The movie was canned weeks before production began on Disney (which had to pull HBO, the Starz show from its global streaming service).
As a director working on the whim of Hollywood execs, Rian Johnson can’t exactly offer concrete wisdom about ensuring a streaming presence, but he’s optimistic for all the creators out there. offered an opinion.
This concept might work well enough for creative teams on some projects, but it’s good enough for anyone doing the work. bat girl and in the case of other unfinished works, it may seem to add insult to injury, knowing that no one is able to reverse that decision in order to complete those projects. not.
That said, instead of getting too frustrated about it, let’s wrap our heads around the mystery-driven hijinks that drive cross-country fun. poker faceproved to be a bona fide hit after becoming the first Peacock Original to break into Nielsen’s Top 10 Streaming TV.