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Blackadder fans rage as hit BBC show is slapped with warning over 'upsetting scenes'

Daily Star's Inside Hot TV newsletter sees Ed Gleave send you telly's hot takes straight to your inbox every SundayTelly chiefs have attached a viewers’ warning to hit comedy Blackadder – over side-splitting scenes of “torture”.The BBC show’s second series, starring Rowan Atkinson as Queen Elizabeth’s troubled favourite Edmund Blackadder, is now available on streaming service BritBox.But censors have warned viewers to be aware of `strong language’ and `some upsetting scenes’.In the last episode of the Elizabethan-era series called `Chains’ Edmund and Lord Melchett – played by Stephen Fry - are imprisoned and held to ransom by Hugh Laurie’s Prince Ludwig The Indestructible.Edmund is seen chained to a dungeon wall and held in a giant spiked

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