Nine Perfect Strangers viewers have a big complaint as Nicole Kidman thriller finally hits Channel 4 | The Sun

NINE Perfect Strangers viewers are not happy with the series after it made its debut on Channel 4.

The American drama thriller, which is based on The New York Times best-selling book by author Liane Moriarty, 'Nine Perfect Strangers' started last night.

Just like the title suggests, there's nine characters who are all stressed city dwellers.

In an effort to ease their problems, each of them head to a boutique health and wellness resort.

Nicole Kidman plays Masha, the resort's director who watches over the strangers during their 10-day treatment program.

Despite the series launching to much fanfare, viewers have one big complaint.

They took to social media to complain about the amount of ads that were playing out during the first episode.

Some viewers even suggested giving up watching the programme on Channel 4 and instead paying for a streaming service.

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"'Id enjoy #nineperfectstrangers more if it weren't for all the ad breaks," said one viewer.

Another said: "I’d rather pay for Amazon Prime just to watch #nineperfectstrangers than put up with all these bloody adverts @Channel4."

Another fan fumed about one ad in particular, tweeted: "@Channel4 can you stop showing that f***ing Smile movie trailer. It's creeping me the f*** out.

"What creepy show are they previewing?? During the ad breaks," said one viewer at home.

Nine Perfect Strangers features Melissa McCarthy, Luke Evans, Bobby Cannavale, Manny Jacinto and Samara Weaving.

Nine Perfect Strangers continues next Wednesday at 10pm on Channel 4.

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