Wake up, go bankrupt there is a new turning point of Hollywood
Industry is not only cancel hard programs left like “Willow,” Disney+ series has been a huge success after just one season. They are being completely removed from the platforms.
Gone… as if they never existed.
The movie “Batgirl” is recommended, reported to be similarly awakenedwas also shelved before it could be released later-HBO Max.
The Mouse House has removed a “Willow” section to save cash. Now, that doomed series has some big companies.
Paramount+ has just discontinued production of Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies. The 1978 musical’s prequel series is no more after a single season, but the news is even more grim for its microscopic fan base.
The streamer is snatch existing episodes from its content library and possibly sell it to a competing streamer.
The company will charge a content impairment fee and is expected to disclose the financial impact in earnings next.
So… How was “Rise of the Pink Ladies” awakened?
Daily Mail offers a sneak peek of the movie’s message before launch.
“Family favorite tunes will be covered with new musicals, including one about white supremacy, while 1950s students at Rydell High will be filled in. back with a diverse mix of LGBT and black high school students never seen before in the 1978 hit.”
Initial reviews have confirmed that the branding is progressive.
Trailer all but shout this messageemphasize it with its diverse cast and feminist themes.
The series also put source material on taskby runner-up Annabel Oakes.
“Yeah, there are some problematic lyrics. As you can see, we refer to those in the test and other dialogue. You’ll find us starting to consult… to try to open up the world of ‘Grease’ and the prism of ‘Grease’ through taking a closer look at those things and capturing other people’s perspectives.
“Update” hasn’t clicked with subscribers or longtime fans of the John Travolta-Olivia Newton-John feature film.
Now, awakened reboots not only face quick aborts, but are also sent down memory holes.