How do they teach Ferragnez even the most idyllic love story always hides a dark side, including among members of the Hall of Series Community. In fact, having set aside the sentimental parenthesis on the love at first sight TV Series for our Hall of Series – Community of Recovery, today we want to delve into the minefield of the heated discussions that animate our Facebook group every day, discovering with you which tv series currently make our users the most angry to the point of causing them to quarrel with each other. Whether it’s to defend your favorite TV series by sword or to underline the inadequacy of a particular actor, there are some tv series that generate a palpable tension in the comments section, opening debates capable of continuing for days and days. We therefore talked about it this week with those directly involved, asking us to tell us what were the liveliest discussions in which they took part in honor of a TV series.
And how angry are you from one to “you got the most active commenter badge”? If at least half of these 6 shows listed below have pissed you off, the Hall of Series Community is definitely the place for you.
6) Sea Outside
The TV series of the moment Sea Out is dividing the members of our Recovery Community between those who consider it an unmissable masterpiece and those who consider it the exact opposite.
One of the most heated discussions concerns above all the sentimental twist that the very Italian TV series set in the Nisida juvenile prison seems to have taken on during its last few seasons. Indeed for some the excessive presence of love stories ends up making the story lose credibilitybringing it closer to one soap opera than a TV series about the conditions of life behind bars. The defenders of the tv series Sea Out on the contrary, they find that it is precisely these characteristics that make viewers become attached to the characters of the story, considering the interpersonal relationships between the prisoners are the real strong point of the narrative.
The debate is still alive and open: which side are you on?
5) The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead it is among the TV series that they will do discuss at any time its viewersdisappointed above all by the drift taken by the adaptation of the comic of the same name starting from the central seasons.
For the more nostalgic Community members, The Walking Dead in any case, it will remain an unforgettable journey that lasted 12 years has scored despite all the television serial universe like few other TV series. For all the others, however, it is difficult to ignore the numerous missteps that have occurred in the various seasons, so much so that they are not even able to conclude the vision. Among the main reasons for discord it is impossible not to mention the season finale, which he failed to get practically anyone to agreeleast of all our Recovery Community.
The controversial Netflix series You generates quite a few quarrels among the members of our Community mostly because of its protagonist Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley).
As Elisabetta explains to us on our Facebook group, many people tend to justify the terrible actions of Joe only because he is the protagonist of the story, thus bargaining for the ruthless killer rather than for his victims. The problem of romanticization of villains he had also presented himself with the series Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Storyin which case the most ardent fans of lead actor Evan Peters hardly separated the character from his interpreterto the point of giving rise to real discussions in defense of Milwaukee cannibal despite the atrocities committed.
For other group members You it’s simply trash and they will never stop repeating it.
3) The Office
– “The Office is the best comedy in the history of the t-series”
– “I couldn’t get past the first season. mortal boredom”
– “Since everyone talks about it well, I started it, when does it become interesting?”
– “You deserve the Paper House”
And so on for hundreds of comments. Comedy too The Office It results to be especially divisive for members of our Recovery Community, generating endless discussions between the two opposing factions. As we have widely seen by now, the most popular TV series hardly manage to move in neutral fields: either you love them or you hate them, without compromise. Whichever alignment you are part of, therefore, the wrath of those who think in the opposite way awaits you, who will promptly advise you to rather approach the vision of The Paper House (and we don’t quite understand why).
2) House of the Dragon
We are here again. House of the Dragon was recently elected by the Hall of Series Community as the best TV series of the past year. Then it was included by the Community itself among the most disappointing TV series of last year.
House of the Dragon could win both an Oscar and a Razzie Award if it were up to the members of our Facebook group. As in the previous case, it is impossible to find a meeting point between the parties. And we strongly advise you not to try.
1) The Last of Us
It is the most acclaimed TV series of the moment and, as such, among the most discussed by the members of the Hall of Series Community: The Last of Us he is succeeding in the noble enterprise of making everyone quarrel for the most disparate reasons.
The main reason for discussion clearly concerns the accuracy of the tv series compared to the video game where it comes from; the differences between the two different products make the purists of the original story turn up their noses, however convincing many others. The criticism of the lack of fidelity to the game is then extended to its actors: Bella Ramsey doesn’t look enough like Ellie/Pedro Pascal isn’t right for the role of Joel. With the third (and already cult) episode of the TV series, all hell broke loose between those who appreciated the episode and those who really didn’t go down, with related accusations of homophobia by those who loved it. The fourth episode for many was too slowfor others the problem is that everyone is only talking about The Last of Us monopolizing the community. The answer comes later who complains about who complains about too many posts on the The Last of Us.
And we’re only halfway through the first season.