It was the second episode of ITV's much talked about drama, White House Farm, tonight.
The programme was filled with drama as police continued to gather evidence about who could have committed the atrocious multiple murders.
White House Farm features an all-star lineup of actors and actresses, including Stephen Graham.
The incredible actor, who has starred in a wealth of shows and films including Netflix smash The Irishman, plays DCI Thomas 'Taff' Jones in the programme.
But while Stephen delighted viewers with his acting prowess, he left fans distracted with his Welsh accent.
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Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One social networker said: "Loving #WhiteHouseFarm but wish Stephen Graham wasn't doing that accent, he's a great actor but that attempt is making me cringe."
While another continued: "I love Stephen Graham like the rest of us but I just canny take his Welsh accent seriously, all I can hear is the man's Liverpudlian accent."
A third added: "Stephen Graham's accent has got me laughing in hysterics."
However, some viewers were quick to lavish praise on Stephen Graham's powerful performance.
One White House Farm viewer gushed: "I can still hear stephen grahams scouse accent a little. Hints of it keeps coming through. Brilliant actor though."
While another continued: "Stephen Graham is a fantastic actor."
Jeremy Bamber was found guilty of being killer the murderer behind the White House Farm killings in 1986.
He killed his parents, his sister and her six-year-old twins sons.
White House Farm airs Wednesdays at 9pm on ITV
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