The Queen’s Gambit Twitter Review: Netizens Are Calling It As One Of Netflix’s Best Shows Of 2020
The Queen’s Gambit Twitter Review: Netizens Are Calling It As One Of Netflix’s Best Shows Of 2020

Scott Frank’s The Queen’s Gambit is out on Netflix and it is creating a storm on Twitter already. This mini-series, starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Harry Melling, Marielle Heller and Thomas Brodie-Sangster, focuses on the life of Elizabeth Harmon (Anya) and her struggles to become a Grandmaster in chess.

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Anya Taylor-Joy, who is known for her performances in films projects like The Witch and Split, has once again left a lasting impression on one and all. Not only the performances but the storyline too has impressed Twitterati. Read on to know what netizens think about it.

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Reviewing the seven episodes Netflix series, one user wrote, “@netflix Congratulations on a wonderful series. The Queen’s gambit. Expectacular!” Another tweeted, “It’s is one of Netflix’s best new shows this year. It’s a mini-series, not an actual series. Watch it!” Another user posted, “just finished the first episode of TQG, Beth is so cool.”

Some more reviews on social media for series included, “I’m really looking forward to the series on Netflix, although it does bother me a bit that nowhere in the trailer does it mention it’s based on a book. Hope this doesn’t mean it’s changed beyond all recognition – it’s a blooming fantastic book.”

Another’s post read, “I want all of beth’s dresses in TQG.” One other review about the mini-series was, “I really should be asleep, but The Queen’s Gambit on Netflix is so good!” A third wrote, “TQG on Netflix is SO GOOD. Obsessed. And upset there were only 7 episodes.”

Reviewing the show, another Twitter user wrote, “Enjoying the series but I wish it could be more like a sports anime and focus more intently on the game itself… chess is fun…feed the nerds.” Another tweeted, “Chess runs through my life like a vein of gold. So many blessings can be traced back to chess and to this one book, ‘TQG’. I cannot express how fucking stoked I am that they adapted it for Netflix. It’s like it was made for me. “

Read our review of Netflix’s show here.

What are your thoughts about The Queen’s Gambit? Have you seen it? Let us know your verdict on it in the comment section below.

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