The second episode of the BBC's new thrilling drama Rules of the Game aired on Wednesday night and viewers are all saying the same thing about the series.
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The latest instalment saw Maxine Peake's character, Sam, try to befriend new HR manager Maya (Rakhee Thakrar), while Tess (Callie Cooke) revealed her experience of sexual assault at the company.
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Despite being "disappointed" by the first episode of the series, viewers took to Twitter to praise the second instalment, with one person writing: "Really wasn't sure about ep one. Encouraged by ep two, which picked up the pace. Will persevere! #rulesofthegame," while another added: "Just like #TheTourist, #RulesOfTheGame gets better with each episode."
A third person added: "The writing's gritty with laughs. Oooh, the episode two was strong," while another added: "Really enjoying #RulesOfTheGame, Maxine Peake fabulous as ever."
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Other viewers praised the series' commentary on today's society, with one person tweeting: "#RulesOfTheGame is excellent. A real insight into the #MeToo culture," while another added: "Cannot understand the criticism of #RulesOfTheGame. Painfully true to life (exaggerated? Of course) picture of a dysfunctional second-generation family business. A new genre of dark comedy/murder mystery. Maxine Peake only picks winners!."
Viewers praised the second episode
Many fans who binge-watched the series, which is available on BBC iPlayer, praised the show as a whole. One person tweeted: "Wasn’t my best idea, binge-watching a series on a school night but what a good ending," while another added: "Just binge-watched #RulesOfTheGame - absolutely brilliant performance from all the cast. @MPeakeOfficial plays yet another blinder!! Great viewing."
For those who have yet to watch the latest BBC series, it's a four-part drama about sexual politics in the workplace, inspired by the Harvey Weinstein scandal and #MeToo movement.
Maxine Peake stars as Sam, the chief operating officer at a family-run sportswear company, who is forced to confront the company's past after a body is found in the office reception.
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