Channel 4’s new psychological drama Close to Me started on Sunday night and while viewers were gripped by the first episode, some took to social media to point out a major blunder.
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A few viewers said they were unable to read the credits at the end of the drama as the letters were too small. One person took to Twitter, writing: "Close to the telly to read those credits," while another added: "Issues raised in #CloseToMe - you can't read the credits. If I were credited I'd be cross. Why do they do this?" A third person tweeted: "Why make a drama for TV with the credits in tiny little letters that NO ONE CAN SEE!"
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While some were annoyed by the size of the ending credits, most viewers enjoyed the new drama and took to social media to praise the compelling plot. One person wrote: "#CloseToMe. That was good, creepy without being too dark," while another added, "#CloseToMe, wow! Loved it!" A third person tweeted: "WOW! What an ending! Loved the first episode of #CloseToMe by @amandareynoldsj. Bravo!"
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One person also praised Christopher Ecclestone’s performance as Jo’s husband, writing: "What brilliant casting. Christopher Ecclestone has that ability to appear both lovely and sinister at the same time."
In the new drama, Jo loses a year of her memory after suffering a fall
For those who have yet to watch gripping Channel 4 drama, it follows Jo Harding, played by Connie Nielsen, a woman who seems to have it all - – a beautiful house in the country, a loving family and Rob, her devoted husband (Christopher Ecclestone). But following a fall, Jo loses an entire year of her memory. As she struggles to piece together the events of the past year, she discovers her life wasn’t quite as perfect as she imagines - and suspects that someone is keeping a terrible secret from her.
The six-part series is based on the best-selling novel of the same name by author Amanda Reynolds, and continues on Sundays at 9 pm on Channel 4.
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