The streaming service has come under fire on social media since Wednesday after it released the 50-minute documentary recapping the Nov. 5 deadly events at a Travis Scott festival in Houston that resulted in 10 fatalities. Astroworld: Concert From Hell was actually made by KTRK, ABC’s owned-and-operated local affiliate in Houston. "Astroworld victims haven’t been put in the ground yet, and the media already has a special on Hulu," one person tweeted. "We are in hell." Another called the documentary "in poor taste all around. People are still burying their loved ones. The legal cases haven’t even started. Great documentaries are done when all the facts are laid out. Not enough time has passed to fully discuss this." Hulu tells Variety it removed the documentary because it wasn't properly branded. It was promoted and presented to look like a Hulu original documentary, which it isn't. According to the official description, "Astroworld: Concert from Hell takes you inside the festival. What really happened - from chaos at the gates hours before the music started, to what went wrong in the crowd as the night went on, and the ten victims who never made it home. Plus what happens next in the growing investigation."