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Rotten Tomatoes Review: The New Netflix Series Anatomy Of A Scandal Has A Shocking Twist

Another streaming series book adaption is currently the #5 title on Netflix in the US. As sites such as Netflix, Apple TV Plus, and others struggle to fill out their content catalogs, this type of content is becoming more and more popular. The limited series, Anatomy of a Scandal, is based on the same-titled book by Sarah Vaughn.

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The show has shot to the top of the Netflix charts since its debut two weeks ago. Many viewers have likewise been left, well, scratching their heads. Thanks to a significant plot twist as well as unexpected weird moments. What happens, for instance, when one of the main characters in this prestige drama is accused of rape?

Netflix’s Anatomy Of A Scandal

Here is how Netflix describes the new show. The series infiltrates Britain’s elite through personal and political scandals, where the truth lies between justice and privilege. It is a psychological thriller and gripping courtroom drama.

“James and Sophie Whitehouse live a happy and exclusive world. James has a loving family at home and a minister position in Parliament; his future seems limitless. till an unexpectedly embarrassing secret is revealed. The trial of Barrister Kate Woodcroft, who has her trajectory, poses a threat to Westminster, the union of the Whitehouses, and her self-worth.

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Anatomy of a Scandal

Is The Story Of Anatomy Of A Scandal Based On Real-life Events?

This series is based on a novel, as was already said. So, it’s not exactly a true story. But situations like this have been extensively presented to us by both Britain and the US, to the point where it may seem as though the actual story is a composite. using well-known people and events as the basis for new storylines.

Rotten Tomatoes Review

Unfortunately, the series has received just average reviews thus far. And one from the even worse audience. Anatomy of a Scandal presently has a 61 percent critics approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Based on 38 reviews, including the following one from the UK’s Independent: Is this a suspenseful erotica? A drama in a courtroom? Does a social issue expose? Though most of the time it exists in the void between any distinct genre or feeling of identity. It can be all of these things at moments.

There is more information there, and the viewer response to Anatomy of a Scandal has been even worse. Based on 104 user reviews, the audience score on Rotten Tomatoes is now 44 percent.

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