Here's Every one of the Fan Responses To The Debut Of The Thrill ride "Cruel Summer"

 Freestyle just debuted the initial two scenes of their new spine chiller Barbarous Summer. It's set during the 1990s and follows what occurs in a humble community when the most mainstream young lady in school vanishes. 

With three separate timetables, heaps of suspects, and a couple dozen hairpieces, there is a ton to unload. 

A few group were confounded that the show wasn't about Taylor Quick's tune "Pitiless Summer." 

So here are the absolute best responses from Twitter about what's certain to be your new most loved gorge:

Some people were confused that the show wasn't about Taylor Swift's song "Cruel Summer."

Teen mystery drama "Cruel Summer" may be your next binge – or maybe not – according to critics.

The first two episodes of the Freeform thriller series executive produced by Jessica Biel along with Michelle Purple and Max Winkler premiered Tuesday. The show is also available on Hulu. Set in a small town of Skylin, Texas in the 1990s, "Cruel Summer" tells the story of Jeanette Turner (Chiara Aurelia), an awkward and shy teenager who may be involved in the kidnapping of the town's popular girl, Kate Wallis (Olivia Holt). 

The time-hopping show has so far received positive reviews with a Fresh rating of 89% on Rotten Tomatoes

Holt takes on an angrier characterization that’s compelling to watch," she writes. "This is a delicious slice of fun akin to a great beach read."

Thanks to an agile cast and a willingness to push for the unexpected response, 'Cruel Summer' ends up a pleasant surprise: A show with a grabby premise but also a great deal on its mind."

who reviewed the show last week, called it "addictive and fresh."

Aurelia and Holt embody their slippery characters with unwavering assurance through every phase of the narrative," she wrote, adding that "Aurelia's transformation from kid to bitter creep is especially striking."

However, not all the reviews were positive. 

Inkoo Kang offered a more mixed review, commending the actresses' performances but noting its "predictable" plot.

"It’s certainly a smart and tantalizing concept to construct a show around. But as with a Tamagotchi, you always feel like you should be having more fun than you are."