RULES of the Games fans all have the same complaint after the first episode.
They took to Twitter to complain the BBC1 show was 'too confusing' as they switched off in their droves.
Fans got lost in the busy plot of the crime drama within a few minutes of it starting.
One wrote: "There is a lot happening, I am struggling to keep up #RulesOfTheGame."
A second said: "This is trying way too hard #rulesofthegame."
A third chimed in: "Sorry folks. That’s it for me. Not watching anymore #RulesOfTheGame."
Others slammed the 'woke' show with its 'gender neutral toilets' and 'positive affirmations.
One said: "What's that you say… Gender natural bathrooms Is that what high flyers do these days."
Another said: "Gender neutral toilets" OH THE BLOODY WOKE BBC STRIKE AGAIN. NEVER HEARD ANYTHING LIKE IT. WOKE. WOKE. WOKE."
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