Return to the days of video rentals with Blockbuster. This comedy series is based on the real-life last remaining Blockbuster store, following the antics of its employees as it struggles to stay afloat in a modern world. If you’re wondering how to watch Blockbuster on Netflix, here are some methods to do so.
Where to Watch Blockbuster
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How Many Episodes Are in Blockbuster?
There are 10 episodes in Blockbuster. Each episode lasts 30 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of Blockbuster episodes and their scheduled date release here below.
- “Pilot”: November 3, 2022
- “Blockbuster Daddy”: November 3, 2022
- “Evan and Trevin”: November 3, 2022
- “The Itsy Bizzies”: November 3, 2022
- “King of Queens”: November 3, 2022
- “Parental Control”: November 3, 2022
- “Intimate Angels”: November 3, 2022
- “Special Guy Day”: November 3, 2022
- “Thimble”: November 3, 2022
- “Sh*t Storm”: November 3, 2022
What Are the Critics Saying About Blockbuster?
Blockbuster received a 22% from critics and a 45% from audience viewers. Audiences are very mixed about the series. Some enjoyed the nostalgic feel and light humor of the show, while others found the show to be cringe-worthy. And while many viewers liked the acting and cast, they felt the writing dragged the series down, making it ultimately unwatchable.
“Despite the fact that they spend all their days waxing cinematic, the employees don’t really seem to like movies. It’s peculiar, given that once upon a time, video clerks sold themselves as gatekeepers to a glimmering realm.” – Jay Horton, Willamette Week
“If only the humans inhabiting this Blockbuster made you want to shop there. I was hoping for an endearing Frank Capra–like humanism, but instead found a tired retread of a silly not-so-Superstore.” – Matt Roush, TV Insider
Is Blockbuster Suitable for Kids?
Blockbuster is rated TV-14, which is suitable for viewers over the age of 14. The series contains mild depictions of profanity, alcohol, and drugs.