Netflix series ‘Queen Cleopatra’ scores ‘lowest possible’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes
'Queen Cleopatra' premiered on Netflix on May 10
Netflix premiered the highly anticipated series Queen Cleopatra this month and it seemed like controversies have clouded the show and its popularity.
The series, narrating the story of Egyptian queen, Queen Cleopatra, has a shocked the viewers as it has received only one per cent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.
According to reports, Queen Cleopatra has received low audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, which is the ‘lowest ever’ in television history, as per Forbes.
“Fans usually rate things higher than critics, even bad shows, and the point being, a 1% audience score seems borderline mathematically impossible, even with the controversy the film has attracted,” a report by Forbes stated. It has now reached 2% score on the portal.
The Netflix show, which premiered on May 10, landed in controversies for casting a Black (Adele James) woman to play the Egyptian Queen.
Fans also criticized Queen Cleopatra, writing, “the mere fact of being classified as a documentary and not providing a real image attached to what science says, causes it to deserve the lowest rating.”
Queen Cleopatra is currently streaming on Netflix.
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