Shetland viewers rage 'what a load of rubbish!' as they rip into BBC's 'weird' new series | The Sun

SHETLAND viewers have been left raging 'what a load of rubbish!' as they slammed the 'weird' new series.

The investigation into Ellen Quinn's murder was continued in last night's show.

Ruth and Tosh (Alison O'Donnell) were convinced they had found their key suspect in Tom Knox (Dylan Blore).

When Ellen's body was removed from the hospital, Tom had a strong alibi thanks to new evidence connecting plummer Peter Ayre (Sandy Grierson) to her death.

As they approached his residence to speak with him, they noticed Ellen's hospital tag and noticed a fire flickering in the distance outside.

As they got closer, they were left shocked by what they witnessed.

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Peter had buried Ellen's body beneath a pile of sticks and was chanting over a fire he had created in the shape of a symbol.

As he was about to set her alight, Ruth and Tosh rushed to save her.

However, viewers were not impressed with many ripping into the BBC show, calling it 'weird' and 'a load of rubbish'.

Taking to X/Twitter one wrote: "What a load of rubbish Shetland has become."

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A second added: "Shetland is very weird this series."

A third fumed: "This is just rubbish!!"

A fourth complained: "The acting is rubbish."

Despite some negative reaction, other's seem to enjoy the episode and called it 'different' and 'interesting'.

One wrote: "Love this new series of Shetland, it's different but I like it."

A second added: "Loving the two leads, brilliant acting."

Shetland continues next Wednesday on BBC One at 9pm

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