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Move over Stranger Things and The Haunting of Hill House, there's a new show on Netflix that's got everyone all shook up. It's called Typewriter and, according to audience reactions, it's absolutely terrifying.

The show is a five-part series by Indian director Sujoy Ghosh. It follows five young friends living in Goa who decide it would be a great idea to hit up the haunted house in their neighborhood and capture a ghost. Naturally, things take a turn for the nope pretty quickly. Watch the trailer below.

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The show landed on Netflix last week and, ever since, viewers have been flocking to social media to share their conclusions. Find out what audiences are saying about Netflix's new horror series Typewriter below.

Engaging and horrifying

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And engrossing

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Just watch it

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But it's not for the faint-hearted

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Expect to lose sleep

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Better than The Haunting of Hill House

It's pretty fucked up

Seriously

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One of the best horror shows out there

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