Will Season 1 of Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender remake be rated fresh on Rotten Tomatoes?
resolved Mar 7

Two weeks after the release of the last episode of the live-action remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender, I will look at season 1's rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The market resolves positively if the show is rated as fresh, and negatively if the show is rated as rotten.

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bought Ṁ20 YES

It's currently one review away from fresh, so I believe the market is somewhat undervalued. Looking at another similar TV show (One Piece live action), I'd expect a smattering of reviews to come out in the next 2 weeks.

I plan to resolve this market as soon as I wake up on March 7.

@MaxMorehead you can set the close time to be at midnight on the 6th, or really whenever

how does the tomato rating of movies work?

@V4D0NTH8 it’s by critics who have given a review. Each critic gives a score which is above 59%, or at 59% or below.

These scores are aggregated, so if 99 people review a movie at fresh, and 1 person feels that it’s rotten, the movie will be 99% fresh. This can be true even if all 99 fresh reviewers only rated the movie at 60%. It’s an odd measure, but captures the sentiment of “do most critics like the film”

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I'll be looking at the score for season one, if it's available and different from the one for the show.

@MaxMorehead 60% is just barely fresh right?

@V4D0NTH8 I believe that's correct.

@V4D0NTH8 this right

@MaxMorehead the show is a 59 now and the season is a 60. I just want to make sure you’ll still count this as fresh

@mattyb If the show page says rotten, and the season page says fresh, it will resolve fresh, because that's what I established in the original question text and my followup comment.

Basically, I'll look at this page:


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