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Entertainment Critics are in love with a new Netflix show that its CEO calls the 'most engaging addictive original' in a long time

00:20  11 january  2018
00:20  11 january  2018 Source:   businessinsider.com

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Critics are in love with a new Netflix show that its CEO calls the ' most engaging addictive original ' in a long time . Netflix . In a review for The Atlantic, Sophie Gilbert called the show a "surprising tour-de-force" that feels "a bit like a Wes Anderson screenplay that's been rejected for

Critics and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings are raving about “The End of the F***ing World,” a new Netflix original TV series. Hastings called the show Netflix ’s “ most engaging addictive original wild show in a long time ” in a recent Facebook post.

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  • Critics and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings are raving about "The End of the F***ing World," a new Netflix original TV series. 
  • The absurdist black-comedy currently stands at a 100% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
  • Hastings called the show Netflix's "most engaging addictive original wild show in a long time" in a recent Facebook post. 

Since its release on Friday, Netflix's original TV series "The End of the F***ing World," has gained widespread acclaim from critics, along with an enthusiastic seal of approval from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.

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Acclaimed by both critics and fans, the British dark comedy recently won an enthusiastic endorsement from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, who called it the " most engaging addictive original " in a long time .

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An absurdist black-comedy based on a comic series of the same name, the British show first premiered on the UK's Channel 4 in October. It currently stands at a 100% "Fresh" rating on the reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. 

"The End of the F***ing World" follows the exploits of James, a 17 year old who believes he's a psychopath, and his classmate, Alyssa, who runs away from her rough home life in the company of James. 

end of the f ing world © Provided by Business Insider end of the f ing world  In a review for The Atlantic, Sophie Gilbert called the show a "surprising tour-de-force" that feels "a bit like a Wes Anderson screenplay that's been rejected for being too dark."

Variety's Sonia Saraiya similarly praised the series for how it "gets under the viewer's skin with sharp, bloody intensity."

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Critics are in love with a new Netflix show that its CEO calls the ' most engaging addictive original ' in a long time .

Since its release on Friday, Netflix 's original TV series "The End of the F***ing World," has gained widespread acclaim from critics , along with an enthusiastic seal of approval from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings. Most engaging addictive original wild show in a long time .

In a Facebook post on Sunday, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings linked to The Atlantic's review of the show while offering the following recommendation for the series: 

"Wow new show. Most engaging addictive original wild show in a long time. Crazy good. Two teens searching. Watch!"

It seems Hastings has a predilection for dark comedies. In 2015, the Netflix CEO said his favorite Netflix original series was "BoJack Horseman," a darkly comedic animated show that satirizes Hollywood. 

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