RULES of the Games fans shared the same complaint after the first episode.
They took to Twitter to complain that BBC1’s programming was ‘too confusing’ when they shut down the plane.
Fans get lost in the crime drama’s hectic plot within minutes of it starting.
One person wrote: “So much going on, I’m struggling to keep up with #RulesOfTheGame.”
A second said: “This is trying too hard #rulesofthegame.”
The third said: “Sorry guys. That’s it for me. Stop watching #RulesOfTheGame.”
Others slammed the show ‘waking up’ with ‘gender neutral toilets’ and ‘positive affirmations.
One said: “What you say… Natural sex baths That’s what high-flyers do these days.”
Another said: “Gender neutral toilet” OH THE BLOODY WOKE BBC STRIKE AGAIN. NEVER HEAR ANYTHING LIKE IT. CRY. CRY. ACCOMPLISHED. “
Rules of the game examines sex politics in the modern workplace, partly inspired by real-life cases of office harassment.
The new thriller’s stellar cast includes Three Girls star Maxine Peake, Sex Education’s Rakhee Thakrar and Gavin & Stacey’s Alison Steadman.
The four-part series, written by Ruth Lawler, was partly inspired by the real-life case of convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein and the ensuing #MeToo movement that saw women around the world share their experiences their experiences of sexual violence.
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