Doom Patrol scores Certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes


Season 1 of Doom Patrol has scored a high percentage rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is a good sign for things to come.

Before the release of Doom Patrol on Friday, Feb. 15, Rotten Tomatoes revealed the rating of the live-action series, which landed on DC Universe in the early hours of the morning. As covered by, a division of an established media company, Pop Culture Media, the results were a Certified Fresh rating of 92 percent.

In comparison to Titans, the spin-off of the previous show scored a lot higher, whereas on the Greg Walker produced show it was 82 percent out of 38 reviews. Unlike the barely formed team of heroes, Doom Patrol is a little more off-the-wall in terms of tone and is more centered on a group of meta-humans who are freaks of nature and scarred. Call it DC’s X-Men if you will, but a lot more bizarre.

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While Titans took at least four or five episodes to find its footing, clearly, Doom Patrol, mostly embraced the weirdness of its source material and is a bit more light-hearted than the more Riverdale take of DC Universe’s flagship show.

While Doom Patrol has dark themes that it does tackle, which has been stated, apparently, to have a better grasp of mature content than the former, in terms of its weirdness this is by far no Legion. The series at the present moment have been apparent to garner the interests of the critics by its writing; a character–based story, meta-narration and its strong casting. Since its posting, the rating has increased to 93 percent out of 30 reviews.

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Doom Patrol stars Dianne Guerrero, April Bowlby, Matt Bomer, Alan Tudyk, Timothy Dalton and Joivan Wade. Jeremy Carver will write the series. Carver, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter are executive producers. Berlanti Productions will produce the series, in association with Warner Bros. Television. Doom Patrol airs Fridays on DC Universe and worldwide on Netflix.