THE Handmaid’s Tale viewers have been left frustrated by major sound issues during the latest episode.
It was all action in last night’s episode of the Channel 4 drama as viewers saw June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss) and her fellow handmaids plotted their escape from Gilead.
Season three ended with June being shot by a guard after helping dozens of children escape Gilead for the safety of Canada.
Season four follows June and her fellow Handmaid’s as fugitives as they try to reach a safe place.
However, all their furtive and whispered conversations lead to some major sound issues for viewers.
Taking to Twitter, fans couldn’t help but share their frustrations.
One viewer said: “Forever turning the sound up and down.”
A second wrote: “Anyone else had to radically turn up the sound on #HandmaidsTale?
“Even given there are whispered conversations at times – ordinary level speech is really muted for me.”
Another penned: “Does anyone else watch the #HandmaidsTale twice? Once without, and once with the subtitles on so you know what they’ve actually said without turning the sound up and down!!”
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Last week, viewers had a different complaint during the season four opener.
Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “Channel 4 must of paid some serious cash for #HandmaidsTale but they giving it a good go at regaining the money with the f***in adverts. #toomuch. I’d rather 1 longer break. way too much stop/start.”
Another added: “Forgot how good the #HandmaidsTale soundtrack is. Great drama but too many adverts interrupting the flow of the story.”
A third tweeted: “HandmaidsTale absolutely unwatchable on @Channel4
with the adverts, will be waiting until it’s released on Amazon Prime. Thanks for ruining it.”
The Handmaid’s Tale airs on Sunday’s at 9pm on Channel 4.
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