Ahead of the launch, the show had everything going for it. It had an all-star cast, including the likes of Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
Simply put, Apple was betting it was going to be a successful show that would entice people to sign up for the $4.99 per month service.
While the series didn't get terrible reviews, they are definitely middle of the road. On Rotten Tomatoes it garnered a 63% approval rating.
But audiences seem to be liking it more, with it currently averaging a 95% score. Now, director Mimi Leder has spoken out about the tepid response, claiming that critics want to see the streaming service fail.
"I just felt there were a lot of Apple haters and wanting Apple to fail," she said at Code Media 2019 in Hollywood. "The reviews very much felt like an attack on Apple.