Charlotte and Holly both blasted the way the fly-on-the-wall programme had been edited, saying it was "boring" and featured "things people do not want to see".
This current series is set in Australia, but it seems Charlotte especially believes it is not what it used to be.
She tweeted: "Everything that people loved about this show has GONE!!! And replaced with things ppl DO NOT want to see!!!! #F*****OFF." She has since removed the tweet.
Holly also appeared to suggest that the programme's male stars - Gaz Beadle, James Tindale and Scott Timlin - were getting more airtime than the girls.
"Hate how they miss so many funny, amazing things out of the show coz they have to follow the lads' boring pulling, angryyyyyy."
The show has been at the centre of several negative headlines recently. At the beginning of the month, Holly and co-star Vicky Pattison were arrested on suspicion of assault. Holly has since been given no further action, while Vicky has been bailed pending further enquiries.
A week later, Sophie Kasaei was axed following alleged "offensive behaviour".
The original Geordie Shore: Going Down Under trailer was slammed by officials as it showed Scott dangerously leaping off a balcony into a swimming pool below. Following Reveal's report, producers removed the clip from the show reel.
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