Over the weekend, Tom Hardy returned to our TV screens playing James Delaney in the new BBC period drama, Taboo.
The character returns to London in 1814, after being presumed dead in Africa.
His mission is to seek revenge for his father's death.
Alongside Tom Hardy the series stars the likes of Jonathan Pryce and Oona Chaplin.
Some viewers, however, were disappointed following the shows first airing on Saturday, January 7 saying that "mumbling" was a let down.
Over social media, Ann Baldwin wrote: "Disappointed. #Taboo was hugely anticipated but feel let down by mumbling & 'atmospheric' lighting so dim it's hard to see what's happening."
Others also struggled to hear.
However, fans were quick to come to the defence of both Tom Hardy and Taboo.
On Twitter, Patrick Lyle-Condon wrote: "Those moaning about Mumbling in #taboo, I'm pretty sure it's you or your speakers not the show. Just looking for something to complain about."
Others simply said the show was "brilliant", with Tom Hardy proving popular on Twitter.
Taboo continues on BBC One on Saturday, January 15 at 9.15pm.
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