Hulu pulls Astroworld: Concert From Hell documentary after backlash

hollow A new documentary special, Astroworld: Concert From Hell, was released on Wednesday, recapping the deadly events at Houston’s Travis Scott Festival last month — but it was quickly taken out of service after Backlash on social media.

The news special was produced by KTRK, the local ABC station that is owned and operated in Houston. The 50-minute documentary can be watched on this link.

A Hulu spokesperson said in a statement diverse, “This was a local ABC13/KTRK-TV news special in Houston that originally aired on November 20. This was not a Hulu documentary and has since been removed to avoid confusion.”

in general tweet About the special release on Hulu, one commentator—who assumed “Concert From Hell” was produced by a Disney-controlled broadcaster—said, “Hulu is making an Astroworld documentary in bad taste all over. People still bury their loved ones. Legal issues It hasn’t even started. Great documentaries are made when all the facts are presented. Not enough time has passed to fully discuss this.”

Special description of the news “Party from Hell” is Still on Hulu He says, “Travis Scott Astroworld Festival It was meant to be the party of a lifetime. But it turned into a tragic nightmare. A minute by minute look at what happened in the crowd, the young victims who were killed, and what would happen next.”

On November 5th, the Astroworld turned into tragedy during Scott’s performance at the festival when the crowd numbered 50,000, leading to a panic that left 10 dead. as first mentioned by diverseScott has provided full refunds to all attendees who purchased tickets to Astroworld.

Several lawsuits This name was introduced in the wake of Astroworld in the name of defendants Scott, guest Drake, promoter of Live Nation, and individuals affiliated with NRG Park and Scoremore Holdings. Scott expressed his grief over the tragedy, and said that during his performance he did not know that the audience was seriously injured.

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