HBO Max’s Santa Inc. Tv Review

Christmas time is here are so is the famous stop motion TV series of the Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment. It is kind of a tradition now for almost the last 50 years. The company releases a TV series every year regardless they are successful or not.

And because traditions are traditions, we also end up watching them every year whether we want to or not. So then, how does this year’s TV series fare? Find out by reading on.

We advise not to waste your time by watching ‘Santa Inc’ this Christmas.,The TV series has been created by Alexandra Rushfield and casts Craig Robinson.
We advise not to waste your time by watching ‘Santa Inc’ this Christmas.,The TV series has been created by Alexandra Rushfield and casts Craig Robinson.

Santa Inc. Review

This year’s TV series has been named ‘Santa Inc’. The TV series has been created by Alexandra Rushfield and casts Craig Robinson, Maria Bamford, Leslie Grossman, and Sarah Silverman along with a few more talented actors. Needless to say, is the thing that all these actors provide their voices to the characters in the TV series.

Now the big question. Is the TV series good?

No, it is terrible. To start with the TV series has an IMDb rating of just 1.2/10. It is almost like Alexandra did not want to make the series but she had a choice.

It is clear that Rankin/Bass has just made her direct the series regardless of her choice. The story of Santa’s Jewish female assistant wanting to become the new Santa and Santa being hell-bent on making a black guy the new Santa is just not what we need for Christmas. Don’t get us wrong, we do not hold any prejudices or grudges for Jewish or Black people, but it is Christmas after all. We don’t need controversial things to ruin the Christmas spirit. Above all, the entire series centers around this just one plot. There is no side or subplot which is happy because the main plot is anything but happy and merry.

We advise you not to waste your time by watching ‘Santa Inc’ this Christmas.

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