Willow TV series Rotten Tomatoes Critic Score beats Netflix show on Wednesday

That Willow TV Show is now on Disney Plus and critics have cast their votes. The good news for Lucasfilm is that the Rotten Tomatoes score for the Willow TV series is very high. In fact, at the time of writing, the Willow Disney Plus series is doing significantly better than another popular fantasy show this month – Wednesday’s Addams Show on Netflix.

The Willow TV series’ Rotten Tomatoes score is higher than Wednesday’s

Currently, the Willow TV show has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 84% from over 30 critic reviews. While that may rise or fall as more outlets test the new Disney Plus series, it’s unlikely to drop significantly. Consequently, Willow’s score is significantly higher than Wednesday’s popular Netflix series, which has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 70% from over 70 outlets.

Dove (Ellie Bamber) in Lucasfilm’s WILLOW exclusively on Disney+. ©2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All rights reserved.

Critics seem to be smitten with the sequel to the almost-forgotten 1988 Lucasfilm fantasy film. Collider calls it “the fantasy answer to Top Gun: Maverick” and Inverse says the series is “more intriguing than it needs to be”. Of course, not all reviews are positive, e.g. B. Slashfilm, which describes Willow as “a two-hour film stretched to eight hours.” Still good result.

However, the viewing figures for Willow and Wednesday tell a different story. While Willow decisively tops Wednesday, viewership currently sits at a shockingly low 47%. Wednesday is the exact opposite with an 88% viewer rating – much higher than the critical response to either series. One of the main issues Willow’s audience seems to have is the anachronistic “modern dialogue and humor,” though most are praising Warwick Davis’ return as Willow.

Willow Episodes 1 and 2 are now streaming on Disney Plus.

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Emma Bowman

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