Peter Pan Live: 7 Things people hated and 9 things they loved

Dec 5, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. ET
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Live TV is always a gamble, especially when there's singing involved, but NBC's Peter Pan Live! seemed to really polarize people. People either loved it or felt the need to trash it on social media. Here are some of the things the Twittersphere had to say.

7 Things people hated about Peter Pan Live!

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People thought Allison Williams playing a boy was just awkward

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Allison Williams' British accent didn't quite work out

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The sword fights failed to impress

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Flying on cables not working on high def TV

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No love for Wendy sewing the boys' pockets in their clothes

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Tinkerbell kind of tanked

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Peter Pan's "crowing" lacked a certain something

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9 Things people loved

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Peter Pan Live! rocked the Croc

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Live musicals on TV seem to be extremely popular

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The Lost Boys were adorbs

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Comparisons to Game of Thrones

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The Twittersphere freaked out over the wild sets

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Nana the dog was awesome

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Anna Kendrick tweeted during the West Coast feed, and everyone loved it

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Christopher Walken worked his insane magic

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John Darling looked like Harry Potter

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What did you think of Peter Pan Live!? Let us know in the comments section below.

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