Before its release, the new DC Comics series is already a hit on Rotten Tomatoes

As we know, the world of series has been particularly fluctuating in recent months. After the success of Lupine and then that of the Chronicle of Bridgerton, it is the Wandavision series, broadcast by Disney + which has become the most popular in the world. Between taste for novelty and instability in the sector, it is sometimes difficult to decide. But the enthusiasm of the fans is sometimes difficult to explain, so much is it irrational. The success of the Superman & Lois series is another example.

Superman & Lois, a series already adored by internet users

The new DC Comics series does not box in the same category as those mentioned above. It should not benefit for the moment from an international diffusion since it is the CW which will diffuse it, like the other series of the Arrowverse. The first episode should air in a few days, on February 23.

But, even before it is visible, Internet users are already convinced if we are to believe the critics of the Rotten Tomatoes platform. It obtains the score of 89% (based on 9 comments). As a reminder, this series stars Tyler Hoechlin in the role of Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch in that of Lois. In particular, a trailer that aired recently revealed more about their children.

With these notes, we are more in the field of anecdotal for the moment, since the panel of comments and evaluations remains rather limited. But it also undoubtedly denotes the expectations around this new adaptation of Superman.

It does, however, revive an old debate regarding Rotten Tomatoes. Even before the release of the movie Captain Marvel, Internet users had already gone wild, criticizing the main actress in particular. Officially, Rotten Tomatoes had announced that they would take measures so that this kind of situation could not be repeated. The idea was to be able to make sure that Internet users had seen a movie or series before they could comment. But this obviously does not concern Superman & Lois …

Janelle B. Smith

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