Hunted is finally back on our screens for season six - and while viewers were delighted to see the cat-and-mouse show back, which follows contestants as they attempt to evade capture while being pursued by a team of experts, plenty of fans did have one complaint.
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The new group of contestants includes friends James and Nathan, who are both profoundly deaf. During the episode, the team of Hunters used a British Sign Language interpreter to reveal what they were saying to one another via CCTV, and it’s fair to say people weren’t happy.
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Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Surely it’s unfair to have a BSL interpreter on #hunted to interpret James and Nathan’s plans from CCTV, there isn’t sound on any other CCTV - so how’s that fair?" Another person added: "Wait #Hunted did not just use a sign language interpreter to listen in on the deaf contestants?
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"They never use lip-readers to see what able-bodied contestants are discussing. That is massively unfair & gives everyone else an advantage."
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However, others defended the decision, with one writing: "I don’t think they use lip readers coz I think the hunters can lip read," to which another viewer replied: "I’ve never seen them do that. Not once. Certainly not on camera." Another viewer tweeted: "That’s how it would work in the real world though if a deaf person was on the run." What do you think?
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Despite the controversy, James and Nathan are certainly early fan favourites on the show, with one viewer writing: "Nathan & James are my early favourites and I will hunt down anyone that grasses them up," while another added: "I am already fully on board the Nathan and James train. I hope they smash this competition."
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