When the book franchise has a fan of passion like Lee Bardugo Grishavers, some fans will always complain about any deviation from the source material, even if the books need to be put into action. But Netflix is confident Shadow and bone The TV series is so good that no fan could find fault with it – and is there any evidence?
Netflix has released a video titled “Booktubers React to Shadow and Bone – Don’t Mess This Up”, where Grisha’s fans and book reviewers on YouTube Janani,, Cindy, and Christine watch videos of the show, it looks like before the show. They help explain some moments of the legends and relationships between the characters, and they have a few questions about how Netflix will handle certain historical rhythms, but can they find any element where the streaming service is actually confused?
No, they can’t! They have some complaints about the nature of Darkling, but this is really the mistake of the source material. But in general, they evenly shower the adaptation with praise, although much of this is the work of the source material. There’s no world in which Netflix has released a trailer with fans leveling out a legal (or illegal) complaint about the show, but the video feels really protective … if not a little desperate. Which is weird, because TV series have been received very warmly – he has 94 percent audience approval. Spoiled tomatoes. Guys, everything ‘s fine. It did a good job!! You don’t have to prove anything to anyone, especially the horrible Grishaverse fans, who are never convinced that the show is not an abomination, no matter how many other fans believe otherwise.
Netflix has released several other behind-the-scenes scenes from the show, including this quick look at creating action scenes (complete with tiny, goofy VFX accompanying moves):
And this video where the actor Ben Barnes talk about his character, villain and spotted asshole the gloom. Barnes is … I’m not sure that’s right cute for the plight of the character, but he clearly sees humanity in Grisha’s terrible, horrible leader.
If you haven’t seen the show, you should. As Booktubers agree, that’s fine! Shadow and boneThe first season airs on Netflix just this minute.
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