Article: Cha Eunwoo and Park Kyu Young's 'A Good Day to Be a Dog' ended with low ratings… losing one episode a week
[+20] One part a week didn't work, especially if it was canceled frequently. The flow was interrupted. I tried to watch it on Netflix but I put it halfway through because I thought I'd better watch it all at once after it was over.
[+16] I don't even know how you can not like Lee Hye Won's webtoon with a character like this… but I also gave up watching it on Netflix, I can't imagine those people watch it on TV. All times will be good, canceled for a week..
[+11] I agree there was only one incident a week where the pitch was thrown out but I also remember it being canceled TWICE for baseball games, maybe that made it worse… Even the people who got it there will be forgotten and recorded. Netflix later…
[+7] Everyone was against the same thing a week, and it ended in failure, of course…
[+4] I watched it OTT and stopped because there was no chemistry with the cast. I think the story is a failure from the way things are. I have seen many dramas where the plot is bad but I kept watching because the actors have good chemistry.
[+3] The leading men and women who had acting skills joined the scene (and the leading man's acting was a little bad).
[+2] 1.5% viewer discrimination? Did any of them make money after expenses???
[+1] Every time I see the reruns, I remember thinking “is this still going on?” I had to stop after the first episode because it was so bad.
[+0] Don't blame the one thing a week, it was really cool. I was so angry watching it because they made the unni have cancer. I guess the drama would have finished airing if it wasn't for Cha Eunwoo.
[+0] If Cha Eunwoo has to do this, they should be more thoughtful about the female lead by choosing someone who is honest together or someone who has more expressive skills.