Woke Scooby-Doo Spinoff "Velma" Is Now IMDb's Worst-Rated Animated Film Of All Time
· Jan 24, 2023 · NottheBee.com

To the woke writers who thought it was a good idea to turn Velma into an antiracist lesbian in the new Scoob spinoff:


Your series has massively failed!

Not quite sure how that happened…

IMDb's worst-rated animated series of all time!

Now, I know exactly how leftist media will respond to this, because they're as predictable as the sunrise. I bet the headline over at Vox would read something like, "Is It Time To Acknowledge The White Supremacist Roots Of Film Critique?"


Seriously, they would come up with some hogwash like that.

But we here at Not the Bee, we live in the real world. And we think this series is getting terrible ratings because, well, it's terrible.

Just how terrible is IMDb's worst-rated animated series of all time?

On Jan. 20, the show managed to garner a collective rating of 1.3/10 on the ratings database, making it the worst-rated animated series in the site's history...

Making matters worse is the sheer volume of ratings submitted for the show. Compared to some of the other lowest-rated shows one can look through on IMDB, Velma's total number of negative ratings is several times higher with over 36,000 1-Star reviews. Most every other low-rated series, and the low-rated animated series in particular, achieved their low rating due to only a couple thousand negative ratings.


1.3 out of 10!

A few things I found on the internet:

Yeah dude, the series is just woke to the core.

Just for fun, let's look at the Rotten Tomatoes score:

6% from the audience!

Just awful!

It's like the old saying goes, "go woke, go broke."

But sadly, despite these despicable ratings, Velma has already begun production on season 2.

I guess there's no time like the present to go ahead and break your own record!

Keep up the great work, wokies!

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