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Every episode of the 90s Australian TV show arrived on the streaming platform today, with Netflix announcing the news earlier this month.
If you need a recap (it has been over 20 years!) the show ran from 1994 to 1999 and explored the stories of a group of students at the fictional Hartley High school.
The coming-of-age drama was set in Sydney and was widely praised for a number of hard hitting storylines, covering topics of drugs, homelessness, teen pregnancy and racism.
The series was actually a spin-off of The Heartbreak Kid, an Australian film starring Alex Dimitriades and Claudia Karvan. It originally aired on BBC in the UK, treating Brits to 200 episodes.
Since the news dropped that the iconic 90s drama would be arriving on Netflix, fans have been so excited.
"Heartbreak High is now on Netflix. You're welcome," one wrote.
Heartbreak High is now on Netflix. You're welcome.- valeriekhoo (@valeriekhoo) November 27, 2020
While another was very excited, adding: "OH MY F***ING GOD!!!! HEARTBREAK HIGH IS ON NETFLIX!!!! IT'S FINALLY TIME!! IT'S HAPPENED!!! THE GREATEST TEEN DRAMA OF ALL TIME IS FINALLY AVAILABLE TO THE REST OF THE WORLD!!! I'M SCREAMING!!!!"
"Heartbreak high on Netflix. I'm so so so happy!!!" Commented another fan.
"@netflix you are amazing!!! Heartbreak High!!! I have been waiting for this year's and year's!! #flashbacktothe90s #HeartbreakHigh."
"OMG #HeartbreakHigh has just landed on #Netflix and I am instantly re-living my younger days of being in love with Callan Mulvey," added another.
In less happy Netflix news, earlier this week it was revealed that teen drama Gossip Girl would be leaving the platform on 31st December - which means you only have a few weeks left to binge watch all 121 episodes.
But fear not - the highly anticipated HBO Max reboot drops next yea and you can read more about that here.
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