Netflix users are already flocking to social media calling for a second season of a recent release.
Binge-watching? Been there, done that, got the T-shirt. Want to challenge me to not move from the sofa for a whole day - apart from to dash to the loo or pick up my Deliveroo from the front door - and make my way through a whole season? Easy - I do it almost weekly.
However, there's nothing worse than when it reaches 11:00pm, the credits roll on and the 'Next episode' option is no longer available.
You realise you've reached the end of a season and the story has to be put on hold; so you're sitting there, takeaway stains down your jumper, your hair dishevelled from the multiple positions you've lolled around in on the sofa, at a loss with what to do with your life now the show's over.
Quite rightly, some viewers have already binge-watched one of Netflix's latest mystery releases, but instead of shedding a silent tear or sitting there in stunned silence, they are storming to Twitter and demanding more.
1899 may have only been released on 17 November, but Netflix users can't get enough.
It didn't take long for the mystery thriller to dethrone The Crown and the series has even been compared to The Matrix.
The official synopsis reads: "On their journey across the vast and treacherous Atlantic Ocean, the passengers of the Kerberos encounter the biggest mystery of their lives. Welcome to 1899, a deeply immersive new series from the creators of Dark."
Netflix users are crying out for the journey to continue.
Flooding to Twitter, 1899 fans are begging the streaming platform to renew the series for a second season less than a week after season one was released.
One user wrote: "I implore everyone to watch 1899 on Netflix. I've binged the entire show in a couple of days. Every episode subverts expectations with all of the twists and turns. I can't stop thinking about it! Praying it gets renewed for a second season."
"Second season or I riot," another threatened.
A third commented: "There HAS to be a second season of 1899 - this is too good to not continue!"
However, despite its roaring success, the series has come under scrutiny over allegations of plagiarism.
The creator of a comic took to Twitter to accuse Netflix and the creators of Dark of having stolen the idea from her book.
Dark's co-creator, Baran bo Odar, has since denied the accusations - so perhaps we can still cling onto the hope of a renewal and second season yet?
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