Netflix has done the expected with its recent adaptation of Capcom’s Resident Evil on their streaming platform. According to Deadline, the streamer decided to cancel the series around a month after its debut on the platform.
The loose adaptation of Capcom’s successful survival horror series was meant to be an entrance to a more faithful adaptation compared to the successful film series by Paul W.S. Anderson. While these movies were hits with global audiences, fans of the games and others were critical on how it strayed from the original content.
Resident Evil debuted on July 14, right in the mix with fellow Netflix original Stranger Things. The result landed Resident Evil a number 2 debut on the streamer before dropping in its second week and leaving the top ten after its third week.
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