That Netflix has always bet more on quantity than quality is no secret to its users. Neither cryptic nor unfair considering that this is not the case with Disney+ or HBO Max, Netflix does not have a solid pre-existing catalog to act as a cushion while new offerings are fully developed. This is undoubtedly one of the reasons that has given rise to Launches of some questionable series/movies, and “Porillo” premieres of many proposals, Therefore, it is common for stage audiences to encounter “unexpected” additions.
is a matter of ‘Lockwood Agency,’ a series that just premiered with practically non-existent promotion, Not the slightest tweet on Netflix’s social networks outside the country of production. In other words, because it is considered a “local” proposition, it is not mentioned in the American account, nor in the Spanish one. However, in @NetflixUK It is a hero with many retweets indicating support from English critics.
but the truth is The ‘Lockwood Agency’ has just been revealed to the rest of the world, and he has done it overwhelmingly to win over the four cats who decided to play without prior encouragement of any kind. Now many media headlines highlight its 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, A percentage that probably wouldn’t be so great with a much wider sample of both critics and public opinion. or the same yes, Of course, the enthusiasm of specialized publications such as Empire Magazine or The Guardian cannot be underestimated, media that generously rate this novelty with 4 out of 5 stars.
‘Lockwood Agency’, television fiction based on the novels for teenagers born from the pen of Jonathan Stroud (which, by the way, he is happy adaptation), London is engulfed in a ghostly epidemic. Not only does a stream of ghosts roam freely through the streets of the United Kingdom’s capital, but they do Diffusing the threat with his power to kill anyone he comes across, except children, Therefore, many organizations use teenagers to stop this evil, all of them supervised by adults.
All? No. Amidst the chaos emerges a small company made up of three youths determined to become the ultimate ghost hunters., Anthony (Cameron Chapman), the founder of the aforementioned agency, determined to stand up to the big guys, signs Lucy (Ruby Stokes) after she answers an ad in the newspaper, and thus, George ( Ali Hadji-Heshmati). a team that will join hands with the budding prodigy of its latest addition, Of course, waiting just around the corner is a twist that will uncover a certain conspiracy that could change everything.
With these ingredients, ‘Agencia Lockwood’, adapted by Joe Cornish, screenwriter of ‘Attack the Block’, ‘The Boy Who Could Be King’ or ‘Ant-Man’, has entered the pocket of more than 200 viewers. Want to give your opinion on the above North American review website. While critics have only seven opinions and an average of 8 out of 10, the public is closer to 100% with 4.8 out of 5.,
everyone who sees her falls in love
Given the few ratings and the fourth place in the top of the most popular series that prevails in Spain, at the moment very few public have decided to give a chance to ‘Agencia Lockwood’. Premiering in the wake of Netflix’s latest hit ‘Wednesday’, and sharing great elements and target audience, the potential to stand out remains latentBut if it does, it will do so verbally, given this lack of communication from the platform.
In that sense, both that 100% and the comparisons that critics have made have helped. In the vein of ‘Stranger Things’, with a nod to ‘Sherlock Holmes’ and a bit of ‘Doctor Who’ like‘Lockwood Agency’ “consistently intelligent and wryly entertaining dialogue” and described as “A charming mix of noir-tinged detective story, horror and low-key teen drama with just the right amount of clever puns”,
, The first season of ‘The Lockwood Agency’, Available on Netflix from 27 January, it consists of 8 episodes that adapt the first two novels of Stroud’s workThe first three episodes consist of ‘The Screaming Staircase’ and the next five ‘The Whispering Skull’,