K-ent Continues to Ponder Over the Exceedingly Low Ratings of MBC Fri-Sat Fantasy Drama Tomorrow with Kim Hee Sun, Ro Woon, and Lee Soo Hyuk

The MBC Fri-Sat night fantasy grim reapers suicide prevention squad drama Tomorrow is getting headlines for all the wrong reasons, and the most fascinating thing is that this drama should work but isn’t working at all to such a noticeable degree it’s making pundit ponder what went wrong. The drama started off with a very promising 7.6% ratings but then took a steep nosedive down in the second episode to 3.5% and other than going up to 5.4% in episode 3 it’s been mired in the 2%-3% ratings range. The drama hit a new low in episode 10 with 2.5% ratings. When discussing the low ratings, there hasn’t been one central reason but the feedback hits on a few repeated points – the acting with the leads not bringing the emotional connection needed, which is especially crucial for a story what is depressing as it deals with people struggling in life and seeking death, and the directing is being panned as well for not adapting the source material to life in a way that makes viewers want to keep watching. What do you guys think? I’m sad Kim Hee Sun and her queen visuals with the punk pink hair can’t make this one work.

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Weekend Dramas All Drop in Saturday Ratings But Viewer Interest Remains High in Finale Episodes for Twenty Five, Twenty One and Forecasting Love and Weather

It’s finale weekend for two buzzy and high profile cable weekend K-dramas, though their paths have diverged more noticeably as airing went on. tvN drama Twenty Five, Twenty One and jTBC drama Forecasting Love and Weather are both finishing this … Continue reading

MBC Fantasy Drama Tomorrow with Kim Hee Sun, Ro Woon, and Lee Soo Hyuk Drops Beautifully Designed First Drama Poster and Exciting Preview Teaser

It’s not easy for a K-drama promo circuit to start off with as positive a bang as MBC is doing for its upcoming fantasy drama Tomorrow but I’m just too happy bemoan why this can’t happen more frequently. The poster … Continue reading