“Huge L” – After Bubba Wallace’s Documentary‘s Success, Netflix’s Next Big Move Leaves the Fans Disappointed

“Huge L” – After Bubba Wallace’s Documentary‘s Success, Netflix’s Next Big Move Leaves the Fans Disappointed

The online streaming giant Netflix is surely leaving no stone unturned in order to increase its viewership. With a plethora of options and a varied genre under one umbrella, Netflix has set the tone for the future of streaming platforms. Whether it is the latest movie release or a limited docuseries, you name it, and Netflix will offer it, however, in return for subscription charges.

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Apart from trending movies and television series, one of the greatest aspects that have catapulted Netflix to success is the compilation of various docuseries from a gamut of fields, from politics to sports and popular culture to food. The platform is a one-stop shop. Due to this fact, Netflix is set to forge a nexus with the world of stock car racing. However, it seems that not everyone is excited about the new announcement.

Netflix’s new announcement sends shockwaves through the NASCAR community

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Whether it was Drive to Survive spilling the tightly guarded secrets of Formula 1 or Break Point revealing the intricacies of the tennis world, Netflix has always catered to the taste of every sports enthusiast. Even NASCAR was not starved of this delicacy, as it was served a limited-episode series narrating the life of NASCAR’s first full-time driver, Bubba Wallace.

The series surely grabbed the attention of the fans as it portrayed how Wallace carved his position in the sport’s elite format while carrying the banner of basketball legend Michael Jordan and his NASCAR team, 23XI Racing. The series did not fail the audience, as it struck the right chords among NASCAR enthusiasts.

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Netflix will air a five-episode (45 minutes each) series on the 2023 NASCAR playoffs in early 2024. Production done by NASCAR Studios and Words + Pictures.

— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) August 21, 2023

Owing to the success of Race, Netflix is set to release a new series premised on NASCAR’s playoffs and championship. The series is slated to release at the beginning of 2024, Netflix announced. Moreover, FOX’s NASCAR reporter, Bob Pockrass, took to Twitter and reported the details of the series.

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He revealed, “Netflix will air a five-episode (45 minutes each) series on the 2023 NASCAR playoffs in early 2024. Production done by NASCAR Studios and Words + Pictures.

Displeased netizens show their disappointment in Netflix’s new venture

The news surely sent ripples among the fans as they expressed their excitement for the new release. However, it seems that not everyone is happy about the latest announcement. They showed their disappointment under Bob Pockrass’ post and wrote:

“Airs months after the actual playoff……huge L. Unless it’s no more than 1 week behind its a waste. Like watching a rerun of a ball game…..no hype.”

“This should not be on Netflix, put this on a station everyone can watch without buying yet another streaming service, don’t think this will be a very large viewing audience, but NASCAR doesn’t seem to care about a fan base any longer, unless you pay for it.”

“Why can’t they also put on cable TV. For the ones who don’t have streaming services.”

More evidence of nascars shift to WOKE.

— Way Before Woke (@MichaelPiccol19) August 21, 2023

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Others also wrote, “Welp, I don’t have Netflix, so I’ll have to missing them. Oh well…”

“Not looking forward to any playoff series from NASCAR, last years was confusing and not very good!”

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Well, it is a matter of time to see whether the series lives up to the hype like other sports docuseries or falls flat on its face. Nevertheless, the outcome of the series, fans would surely be hoping to see their favorite driver get featured in the series.

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