‘Rosemary’s Baby’ made its long-awaited TV debut on NBC on May 11. But did the TV reboot live up to the classic horror film?
Now that’s one way to end Mother’s Day! The two-part miniseries Rosemary’s Baby, which stars Zoe Saldana and Patrick J. Adams, premiered on May 11 and tried to cause as many nightmares as the 1968 original movie did. While many fans stayed loyal to the original, some were impressed with the remake! Read on to see what the viewers had to say about Rosemary’s Baby!
‘Rosemary’s Baby': Fans Not Impressed With TV Reboot
Based on the 1967 novel by Ira Levin, Rosemary’s Baby follows a young woman who encounters a Satanic cult that wants to get their hands on her baby, who happens to be the spawn of Satan.
Mia Farrow was the first leading lady to take on Rosemary in the terrifying 1968 film and many fans just felt as if the modern take wasn’t up to par with the original. Here’s what the fans tweeted about the 2014 version:
This TV remake of Rosemary’s Baby just doesn’t feel right, nothing on the original
— T-jay Killorn (@Teej_1996) May 12, 2014
Watched the first part of Rosemary’s Baby last night with high hopes, but turned it off halfway through. 4 hours = too much.
— Joseph Finder (@JoeFinder) May 12, 2014
Oh my God, could the Rosemary’s Baby mini-series be any slower!? #turningthechanneltothewatchgrassgrownetwork
— Mark Brown (@markbrownwriter) May 12, 2014
‘Rosemary’s Baby': Fans Split On NBC Miniseries
However, other fans were quite intrigued with the NBC miniseries. Intrigued by Zoe’s portrayal of Rosemary and the TV shows contemporary take on a classic, these fans will definitely be tuning into part two, which airs May 15.
Rosemary’s Baby was pretty legit. Good modern take on a classic horror film.
— amber (@AmberKropf) May 12, 2014
First part of the Rosemary’s Baby miniseries was actually really good. I think Zoe Saldana gets a lot of undeserved criticism
— Edward Aycock (@InfoEd) May 12, 2014
HollywoodLifers, did you watch Rosemary’s Baby? If so, did you like the modern version or the classic more? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson