What did everyone expect, again? This is why you don't trust big business with your money in general as a common citizen. No matter how good you might think Even some of their content is, either / how much streaming is still infinitely better than cable/satellite TV, overall.
I should also mention this about Teenage Euthanasia and its being bashed (for hopefully valid reasons at the moment):
Tuca and Bertie's worst detractors (as much as I prefer it over Teenage Euthanasia anyday, honestly.) are unfortunately one in the same as T.E. - blatant sexism towards women when it comes to their comedic and storytelling capabilities.
It seems sexism will never stop being an issue, now will it?
Further regarding [Adult Swim's] Teenage Euthanasia and how Easy to Bash it is (IMHO)... I do have one issue with it how it is being bashed: a lot of criticism I've seen against Teenage Euthanasia is quite extremely sexist, as well (mostly comments about how "women can't write" or "women aren't funny".). I mean, I don't think this show is all that good, either, but LAY OFF THE SEXISM, PLEASE AND THANK YOU.
I'm wondering what anyone does think of [Adult Swim's] Teenage Euthanasia, honestly.....
(IMHO) Tuca and Bertie's 2nd season, plus it getting a third season is better (news) than this show just simply existing, so far. Don't get me started on how much I'd love to see a 4th season of Final Space over this noise, as well.
Chris Chan needs to be imprisoned forever, honestly. That is all I have to say about that - it should have happened a long time ago. Like when he vandalized that Game Place he was banned from, for example (when he wasn't a crossdresser.).
I almost want to start a thread on this, but I'm instead gonna ask this here: am I the only person out there who likes Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh? I liked it way more than the crappy movie from Dreamworks that spawned said actually good cartoon series, anyway...
I'd almost say the same about Tuca & Bertie, but I'm NOT alone in enjoying the heck outta that, thankfully.
It's interesting how Barbie: It Takes Two has recast 5 characters. Brooklyn Barbie & Rafa are voiced by Tatiana Varria & Nicolas Roye instead of Amber May & Alejandro Saab. Chelsea is voiced by Anna McGill instead of Cassidy Naber & Natalie Lashkari. Trey is voiced by the late Billy Kametz instead of Eamon Brennan. Whittaker Reardon doesn't have a credited voice actor, but it's not Johnny Yong Bosch.