Netflix's latest series is making waves as fans tune in to watch season one of its original show, Behind Her Eyes.
It follows a single mother, Louise, who enters a world of screwed up and twisted mind games after she begins an affair with her psychiatrist boss, David.
To make matters worse, she also secretly befriends his mysterious wife Adele who has a ton of secrets herself.
Described as "mind-bending," "ominous" and "suspenseful" by Netflix, many viewers have been loving the eerie series – however many complained they were left baffled by the series finale.
Users of the streaming service have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One tweeted: "Just finished #behindhereyes on netflix and i’m gonna need about 3-4 business days to recover because HONEY i’ve not moved in about twenty minutes."
Another wrote: "Omg what did I just watch #BehindHerEyes must be the biggest mindf**k of the century f**k I didnot expect that ending and the whole thing is insaaaane ohmy im still processin evrything my mind is all over the place rn ohmy.
"s***'s insaneee I highly recommend for ppl who love psychological stuff."
"That last scene had my jaw to the floor. Even the child knows something is off #BehindHerEyes," tweeted another.
"Me watching #BehindHerEyes and coming up with 50 new theories each episode," wrote one fan.
A fan commented: "Nah #BehindHerEyes is the maddest show I have ever watched. Plot twist after plot twist. The ending… I need therapy."
Speaking on the show's ending, actress Eve Hewson, who plays Adele in the show, opened up on her thoughts on the suspenseful closing scenes.
Eve told Digital Spy: "I was genuinely shocked. And kind of excited because it's just so left field. I really didn't see that coming at all."
The show is based on the best-selling novel by Sarah Pinborough which has the same name as the Netflix show.
It is currently listed as a limited series however if it gains enough attention, Netflix has the habit of bringing any popular first series back.
If season two gets the green light, we'd expect to see Simona Brown return as Louise, who is actually Rob, and Tom Bateman as David.
There's also Robert Aramayo, who OG Rob before he started hopping into other people's bodies, who could appear in flashbacks.
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