Posted by sean on January 10, 2020 at 9:55 am in Television with No Comments

Wow. It’s not like the Express to create a harrowing news story from nothing.

To save you the time in searching for and reading this article – something I like to believe is beneath followers of my blog* – I’ll let you know the source of the headline… Twitter.

I only checked the Express website in order to carry out research for my own.

A journalist was paid (presumably) good money, to write about a few tweets from viewers, claiming how graphic and violent the ITV drama was.

Oh, and yes, I do see the irony of me writing about something somebody wrote about something somebody else wrote.

This is a TV series based upon the real life story of a man who slaughtered his entire family. What were these tweeters expecting? Last of the Summer Wine?

Giving the subject matter, I would be concerned if anyone found Wednesday night’s episode amusing. If some viewers were left disturbed, surely that means the cast and crew behind the series did a good job!

If it’s good old fashioned, wholesome primetime television they’re after, I would reccomend Netflix. I’m sure they can watch The Waltons or some other warm and cosy treat, making them truly believe that bad things don’t happen and we live in a fluffy world.

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