DI Ray viewers were quick to spot a major plot hole following a brutal assault at the beginning of the second episode.
The new ITV police drama stars Bend It Like Beckham's Parminder Nagra as DI Rachita Ray, who is promoted to a role in the homicide department.
While many viewers have been gripped by its compelling storyline, others were left feeling let down by an "avoidable" blunder during Tuesday night's episode.
At the end of episode one, viewers watched as DI Ray was suddenly hit over the head by a mystery attacker after meeting the victim's missing girlfriend in a playground at night.
In the opening moments of episode two, the DI awakes from an unconscious state to find PS Tony Khatri rushing to her aid as blue police lights flash in the background.
Tony tells his fellow police officers to stay back from the scene as Rachita composes herself and insists on getting straight back on the case.
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Viewers took to Twitter following the first scene to point out that DI Ray would have been checked over before getting back to work.
Alongside an emoji of a confused face, one person penned: "If she was unconscious, she should definitely be checked over."
Echoing their comments, someone else said: "I have no doubt that they would have sent an ambulance and paramedics if an officer had been knocked down."
While a third questioned: "Why isn't she resting after a smack on the head?"
Not all viewers were bothered by the opening scene, with dozens praising the drama, which is produced by Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio.
Others were enjoying watching its star-studded cast, referring to Parminder and Gemma Whelan as stand-out performers.
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"Congrats everyone, especially Parminder Nagra and Maya Sondhi – brilliant acting," said one.
Another added: "Is there a drama that Gemma Whelan has been in that isn't good? DI Ray is another cracker."
DI Ray continues on ITV at 9pm on Tuesday, 3 May.
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