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Save the directions for the first murders during Tudum on Netflix as fans gather for the canceled series

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Today, Netflix showed off its promotional muscle with its latest TUDUM event, showing off trailers for upcoming movies and shows, confirming that others will arrive sometime next year, and offering other content. A lot of these series and movies would become popular topics as fans criticized the first look for some, but one title that has gotten a lot of love on social media without any mention of Netflix is ​​the vampire drama. kill the first. Netflix unofficially canceled the series earlier this summer, but fans were banging on the drum to save the series from a cliff, and managed to get their own hashtag during Netflix’s big event.

By Netflix’s own standards, kill the first It was watched just over 100 million minutes in its first 28 days of release, making it hardly a hit but the series’ audience only grew; Plus it was released on the rise Weird things Season 4 fever, which is something to consider. The showrunner also didn’t break in words when it came to talking about its cancellation, telling Felicia D. Henderson. Daily Beast That marketing did not reflect the show well.

“The art of initial marketing was beautiful,” Henderson said. “I guess I was expecting this to be the beginning and that other equally interesting and important elements of the show — monsters versus monster hunters, the battle between two powerful mothers, etc. — would be promoted at the end, which didn’t happen.”

Netflix has previously listened to fans before they swarmed behind a canceled TV series, and with fans making themselves known at the same time the operator is trying to promote other shows, it looks like it’s going to be hard to ignore. Check out what people were saying today below.

Netflix has completely ignored us

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