Tipping Point: Lucky Star viewers said they tuned out during tonight's episode due to the "loud" and "annoying" live audience.
Some ITV fans said they ended up muting the game show after being left frustrated by the noise.
The show, which launched in 1955 to provide competition to the BBC and is now hosted by Good Morning Britain's Ben Shepherd, received much dismay from fans who rushed to their personal Twitter accounts to share their thoughts.
One wrote: "#tippingpoint turning over the audience are doing my head in, too vocal too loud."
A second tweeted: "This tipping point audience is like fake crowed noise."
"@benshephard sorry man,i tried to watch the show but i cant stand it anymore. That audience is just too much. #TippingPoint," tweeted another.
Another commented: "Who would have thought that while watching #TippingPoint, the person that you dislike the most is the audience."
"Was finding this episode intolerable but the audience has just been both to my attention. I think for sanity reasons I turn over. #TippingPoint," said one.
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