Movie Watchers In France Praise “Alita: Battle Angel” After Its Television Debut reports that viewership of Alita: Battle Angel was high enough to make the French television channel TF1 the top amongst its competition on the evening of October 24th. A video on this is available to watch in the French language.

Here’s a person on Twitter who has a screenshot of the channels ranked by viewers for Sunday:

The screenshot:

Many people who missed Alita in theaters (and some who are watching the film again for the first time in a long time) are expressing their love for the film on Twitter. Here are just a few that we’ve seen:

The above is translated: “‘Alita: Battle Angel’ seen I was afraid to be too disturbed by the design and the effects but in fact he is really beautiful and cool Well I found some scenes / details a bit meh but it’s minimal”

The above is translated: “I had shunned its release to the cinema and I am greatly regretting it by discovering this evening for the first time #AlitaBattleAngel!!”

Alita: Battle Angel is proving to be a film that will eventually become the phenomenon that it should have been at its release – better late than never! Such bursts in interest in Alita and evidence of how well the film is performing on streaming and television will make Disney take notice.

If you want an Alita: Battle Angel sequel, let @Disney know how much you want it. Sign and share the sequel petition. And stay tuned for more campaigns from the Alita Army so that you can join in and play an active role in making an Alita: Battle Angel sequel happen.

Published by Tony

I'm one of many Alita: Battle Angel fans that make up the Alita Army. We began this campaign for a sequel in spring 2019 and we hope to be here to support this beloved character Alita for many years to come.

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