The Last of Us and Velma are two television series that are making a lot of noise for totally different reasons. Where the first has received practically unanimous acclaim, the second has garnered only bad reviews and the rage of supporters, outraged by the girl's behavior. It is precisely this hatred that drives it, making it even more popular than The Last of Us itself.
This is one of the most appropriate examples of recent times, because of the series' reticence from the public, maintaining its position in the Top 100 most watched programs on HBO Max. According to The Wrap, Velma has received an increase in demand of nearly 127%.
The Last of Us was a significant milestone for the company, but this record might not be broken because the public is interested in learning more about Velma's horrors. Recall that the Scooby-Doo universe is completely different from the one we've grown to know.
The absence of Scooby Doo causes the series to morph into a more "adult" feel, with rather raw scenes and other gimmicks that prompted fans to debate a lot.