That's six seasons of everyone's favourite chain-smoking, PR-ing, high-boozing duo for your viewing pleasure.
We feel a self-isolation marathon coming on - accompanied by some bubbles, naturally.
Twitter account NewOnNetflixUK announced the news this week, writing that "best friends, career women and total narcissists, neurotic Edina and party girl Patsy" had landed on the streaming service, ready to "drink hard, play hard and focus on what's important: themselves".
For die-hard fans of the series - which originally ran from 1992 to 1996 and was revived in the early noughties - this is a golden opportunity to re-watch some of the show's classic archive episodes.
Absolutely Fabulous (2012) 6 Seasons  [New Episodes] Best friends, career women and total narcissists, neurotic Edina and party girl Patsy drink hard, play hard and focus on what's important: themselves.... https://t.co/eg8CYcdeFs pic.twitter.com/JS9hvYtJbd
- NewOnNetflixUK -fan- (@NewOnNetflixUK) April 7, 2020
Other viewers may want to fully immerse themselves in the show and binge-watch the series in chronological order, as we'll be doing.
What could be better for maximum nostalgia, eh?
We're so ready for a re-run of Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley's top comedy moments.
Like the scene where the press printed Patsy's actual age ("B*stards! I'll sue!") or when Mrs. M. discovered some fingerless 'washing up gloves' that were in fact a, er, rubber of a different kind.
Not to mention the razor-sharp put-downs. We're thinking of Eddie's comment: "She's so cold, she has her period in cubes."
Or the time when Patsy said in her signature dulcet tones: "The last mosquito that bit me had to check into the Betty Ford clinic."
And who could forget the scene where Eddie attempted a workout in spangled purple leggings - but couldn't manage a sit up.
Bring on endless hours of Eddie's boho headscarves, Saffi's long-suffering face and Patsy's vodka-based diet.
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