ITV viewers issue the same complaint minutes into Mamma Mia series

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ITV viewers issued the same complaint about Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream just minutes into the first episode.

On Sunday night, the first instalment of the broadcaster’s newest series Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream hit screens.

The programme saw Zoe Ball searching for two new stars for the hit musical, with 14 hopefuls heading to Greece to compete for the lead roles of Sophie and Sky in the West End production.

Judges Alan Carr, Jessie Ware, Samantha Barks, and Amber Riley are also on hand as they put the contestants through their paces as they are tested on everything from singing and dancing, to acting and chemistry.

However, just minutes into the first episode, fans took to social media to make their feelings known.

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Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, many fans seemed to issue the same complaint about the reality series.

Many pointed out there was “too much screaming” from the contestants, while others questioned the judging panel line-up.

@lozthomasson asked: “Why do people need to scream/squeal so much?!”

@theatresnob echoed: “So far in #MammaMia there’s far too much screaming and squealing!”

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@stacey_who added: “Ok, it’s been 15 minutes and there’s too much screaming for me.”

@Statsmanuk went on: “More like I Have A Scream so far from the girls… #IHaveADream.”

Others questioned why Alan was selected as a judge when he has no musical theatre experience like his fellow co-stars.

@OliReading stated: “#IHaveADream talented industry judges… And Alan Carr.” (sic)

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@KathrynAnne88 tweeted: “Get all the judge choices bar Alan Carr.”

However, despite the criticism, other fans were loving the new show, with @KathrynAnne88 commenting: “Cheesy but I like it #MammaMia #Ihaveadream.”

“I love this already ABBA music means so much to me and I hope to see the musical one day #MammaMiaIHaveADream,” @mishybabez_ added.

Mamma Mia! I Have A Dream returns next Sunday at 6pm on ITV.

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