Disney and Lucasfilm have another Star Wars disaster on their hands as fans are rejecting The Book of Boba Fett which is apparent by the fact that ratings are plummeting on both Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb.
The Book of Bobba Fett's Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes continues to drop as now it stands at a low of a 67%, which is fast approaching the "Rotten" mark. For comparison, The Mandalorian has an Audience Score of a 91%.
That's a huge difference, and what is alarming is the two shows share the same creative and production teams, I believe (so much for "Favreau and Filoni").
Just last week, The Book of Boba Fett had an Audience Score of 75%, but following Chapter 3, we see it has dropped almost ten points. We also see Disney's shill media is back at it, as the Rotten Tomatoes Critics Score has unbelievably gone up--opposite of what most fans think about the show (see below).
Regarding IMDb, as a user on Twitter points out, The Book of Boba Fett Chapter 3 has the lowest IMDb rating from users with a 6.3, which is the lowest rating between any of the episodes of The Mandalorian and Boba Fett.
Update: The score has dropped to 64% on Rotten Tomatoes and 6.6 on IMDb.
Update #2: The Rotten Tomatoes Critics Score has fallen to an 83%.
As I have been writing and tweeting, The Book of Boba Fett is more Star Wars garbage which sees Disney - once again - castrating a fan-favorite character and replacing the character with something fans absolutely despise and hate. Boba Fett went from a ruthless badass to a big-time wuss that gets his ass embarrassingly handed to him in every episode. It's also known the show is dropping the "Slave 1" title for Boba's ship.
It's no doubt The Book of Boba Fett was rushed just to stop Disney Plus subscribers from unsubscribing, as the streaming service is desperate for new content as no new subscribers are coming on board, but what was behind the decision of completely changing the character (same with Luke)?
The incompetence at Disney and Lucasfilm surrounding its Star Wars brand is something not only unbelievable but unforgivable. It really isn't hard. Why not give fans what they want? It's working for Sony and Spider-Man.