Holby City viewers were divided as the show switched things up with some new background music for added drama.
The show made its hotly anticipated comeback several weeks ago, and viewers have noticed that as well as some new characters, new music has been added to the BBC show.
During particularly dramatic scenes, the atmospheric music can be heard in the background, and some viewers branded it "off putting".
One viewer tweeted: "Okay, opinion time. The incidental music is atrocious."
While another wrote: "Holby City, you have a great cast. Please stop it with the new atmospheric music. The acting alone carries the show and it's just really off putting."
A third added: "Have the production team suddenly figured out how to add backing music or something? All seems very odd tonight."
Others enjoyed the addition of the background music, as one tweeted: "Love the added incidental music in background makes the scenes even more dramatic".
Tonight saw Max (Jo Martin) desperately trying to hold the hospital's finances together amid the stressful coronavirus pandemic.
She is also reunited with new mental health nurse Lucky (Vineeta Rishi), and the characters clash as they have history together.
After receiving a frosty reception from Max, Lucky finds plenty of work for herself, as many of the Holby City staff were left struggling with various personal issues.
Kian Madani and Jac Naylor, who are still sharing a secret romance, clashed as he told her she was working to hard.
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Donna (Jaye Jacobs) was also stressed as she discovered that Xavier’s brother Alex (Miles Mitchell) joined the hospital permanently as a HCA.
Ange was also concerned as she saw her daughter Chloe continue continue to grow closer to ex boyfriend Cameron Dunn once more.
Viewers will have to wait until next week to see more drama unfold on the Darwin Ward.
Holby City airs Tuesdays at 7.50pm on BBC One.
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