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I think the first thing is that the studio should understand the audience, and cater to what the audience wants to see.
I am not sure why that seems so hard. . .
There are a bunch of shows we watch that just seem to stray so far off of what initially drew us to them -- Fear the Walking Dead while not a movie is the most recent example I can think of.
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Sadly...you are not wrong. Plus it's not just movies but also TV series that are like this.
***** Mild Spoiler Alert for 'Impulse'*******
Take the recent YouTube series 'Impulse'. I've watched the first four episodes and so far can see no reason why I might think that the main female character is getting anything other than what she deserves. Try as I might, I cannot feel sorry for her or feel any sympathy for her. She is a perfect example of the current crop of 'rebellious teenagers'. She drives away people that want to help her, aggravates everybody she meets and yet is still supposed to be seen as a poor tortured soul in need of support and sympathy.
Small aside, am I the only person who thinks quite a lot of TV series like this one are getting product placement money from the Tobacco Industry ? The main female character is shown to be frequently smoking, usually pot. In Westworld season 2, a new female character is introduced and she is first seen smoking for no good reason (actually this happened in both the first and second season of Westworld). In Stranger Things, the main adult characters are pretty much chain smokers. Sorry, it's just something I do not approve of.
I'll let everyone get back to the original topic now
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