Sometimes Netflix announces a new show and fans go absolutely wild with excitement and other times people are simply curious to see what a new show has to offer. Rarely do shows face upwards of 113k dislikes on the YouTube video of their first trailer when it drops but one of the newest shows on the platform got that much hate. In fact, several petitions were even started to try and get the show canceled before its premiere.
The show currently holds a dismal 20% Tomatometer rating and only a slightly better 39% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes right now. Despite this, Q-Force has landed on Netflix with audiences — especially queer viewers — seeming to now have a lot of praise for the show on Twitter.
“A gay superspy and his scrappy LGBTQ squad fight to prove themselves to the agency that underestimated them. Today, West Hollywood… tomorrow, the world!”
Synopsis From Netflix
Many users have taken to Twitter to defend the show and encourage people to give it a chance despite initial impressions. Is the book more than its cover?
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