Without Sin viewers blast ITV as they're left fuming and 'losing interest' by big problem with drama | The Sun

ITV’S latest drama Without Sin has got viewers riled up claiming they're ‘losing interest’ thanks to a big problem with the new psychological thriller.

The second episode saw the lead character Stella struggling to come to terms with the murder of her teenage daughter Maisy and searching for more answers.

ITV’s Without Sin stars Line of Duty actress Vicky McClure, 40, as a grieving mother who comes face to face with the man imprisoned for murdering her child.

However, more digging uncovers a graveyard of secrets that leaves her astounded as new revelations reconnect her to the past.

While things with heating up as the episode continued, some viewers were left distracted.

Taking to Twitter, many reported that they felt there were issues with the sound, accusing the actors of "mumbling" and the background music of being too loud.

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One person wrote: "Turn music off, can't hear dialogue."

"#WithoutSin gosh ….too much mumbling …I don’t how people hard of hearing can hear this," added another viewer.

A third agreed, writing: "Wish they'd talk up a bit… #WithoutSin."

And a fourth admitted: "#WithoutSin maybe it’s because I’m struggling to hear.. but I’m fast losing interest."

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On Monday, just a few minutes into the programme, viewers got distracted by Vicky's appearance.

Many were baffled and turned to Twitter to comment on Vicky's wig, which she wore in the episode.

One wrote: "Vicki's wig…was that the only one the wardrobe department could provide? Cheap and ill-fitting.[sic]"

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