Twitter demanded the star’s prank-style show be cancelled immediately.
— Gaten Matarazzo (@GatenM123) June 14, 2019
great, something else for the unemployed to worry about. 🙄
— Gigi F. Diaz 💃🏻 (@factspusher) June 15, 2019
The optics on this are terrible my dude, let alone the ethics
— Guy Incognito (@Mighty_Kites) June 15, 2019
— Maiya 🐺 (@MaiyaWolf_) June 14, 2019
This most DEFINITELY ain’t it chief.
— David Toons (@DavidToonsYT) June 15, 2019
I really hope you reconsider this. The concept sounds beyond awful. Nothing remotely funny about the concept. Just mean spirited.
— Steven (@Duffelupagus) June 15, 2019
Please don't do this. Please be better than this. It's creating real harm.
— Luis is always sleepy (@luisperezart) June 15, 2019
Genuine cruelty. Do better @netflix .
— Mimsy Clemente ⚾️ (@MimsyYamaguchi) June 15, 2019
It is very depressing to be out of work. I am speaking as someone who has been thru three totally random layoffs.
The added stress of a day enduring this "prank" could be the event that pushes a vulnerable person to suicide, or murder-suicide.
Think about the lawsuits.
— Moe Murph (@MamurphyMaureen) June 15, 2019
Yeah no, plenty of my family have struggled trying to get jobs, so to see people get "Pranked" on hope of finding a job is fucking disgusting. Hope it's canceled and massive respect lost.
— IndieTimmie (@IndieTimmie) June 15, 2019
This is horrific. What's the next season going to be about–contacting families of missing persons and telling them their loved one was found? The sky's the limit!
— Mrs. Go (@theheauxhouse) June 15, 2019