Netflix strives to release quality content every week, winning fans with films and series from the most diverse genres. However, not all projects on the platform achieve the desired success, and some of them cause controversy even before they even begin.
This is the case of the reality show Hype House, which soon after it was officially announced, sparked outrage among many of the platform’s customers, who themselves also called for a production and boycott of Netflix.
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But why did Hype House hate so many Netflix fans? What’s the point in reality shows?
We explain everything you need to know about the dispute; Check it out below!
Do you know what Hype House means? The term describes a group of people affected by the TikTok app, who live together in a mansion and amass millions of followers on the social network.
With the group’s success on the Internet, Netflix decided to offer a reality show for “content creators”. The announcement was made on April 22 on the platform’s official Twitter page.
“Kuvar Annon, Nikita Dragun, Cianna Mae Gomez, Chase Hudson, Larry Merritt, Thomas Petro, Alex Warren and Jack Wright – known as Hype House – will reveal a side of them (and their relationships) by the public. Rarely gained access ”, the forum post said.
It looks like an innocent project, doesn’t it? So, what is the reason for such a controversy?
Part of the Hype House controversy concerns “mass” and controversies led by members participating in the Netflix series.
For example, Tony Lopez was charged in early 2021 with sexual misconduct and pedophilia. Tiktokar will not be part of the series, but he is still a member of Hype House.
Netflix subscribers condemned the platform’s decision to offer a reality show to a group of “artists” who didn’t care at all about the Kovid-19 pandemic, and threw parties and at the worst moments of the pandemic Also continued to produce material. United States.
In addition, some members of the Hype House who tested positive for coronovirus did not disclose the diagnosis to other members, continue to live in the mansion and endanger the health of hundreds.
Due to the platform’s controversial decision and all controversies involving members of Hype House, some Netflix subscribers said they would cancel the subscription.
“Netflix is doing a series about the effects of Ticketcock, it’s time to cancel my subscription,” said a user on a social network.
Many have blasted the stage for canceling several quality productions and offering such “nonsense” to the public.
“Do you cancel such a good series after one season, and then give us such nonsense reality shows? Nobody really asked for it”, commented another customer.
Meanwhile, an online petition to cancel the launch of Netflix’s Hype House has garnered more than 9,000 subscriptions.
“Why did Netflix give a series to these boring, boring, immoral, talented and privileged people? Nobody wants that! ”, The petition states.
For now, Hype House is scheduled to debut on Netflix in the second half of 2021.