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Netflix viewers so hooked on 'brilliant' new series that they're staying up to finish it

Rhiannon Ingle

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Netflix viewers so hooked on 'brilliant' new series that they're staying up to finish it

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Move over The Holiday and Love Actually - there's a new kid on the block we're all loving watching this festive period.

Now, while it may not be the most merry thing to cosy up to this December, Netflix has just released a 'brilliant' new series that fans are beyond obsessed it.

Viewers love it so much that they're binging the entire thing in just a single day and staying up to finish it all in one go.

Check out the explosive official trailer here:

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The eight-episode series, Obliterated, has already got the title of 'No.3 in TV Programmes Today' as of this afternoon (6 December) after first premiering on the platform last week (30 November).

The official premise follows: "An elite special forces team thwarts a deadly threat to Las Vegas; after a celebratory party, the team discovers that the bomb they deactivated was a fake; now intoxicated, the team has to find the real bomb and save the world."

Created by the likes of Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Heald, the hyped-up series stars Nick Zano as Chad McKnight, a Navy SEAL Senior Chief Petty Officer, alongside Shelley Hennig who plays Ava Winters, a CIA officer and team leader.

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Obliterated premiered on Netflix last week (30 November). Credit: Netflix
Obliterated premiered on Netflix last week (30 November). Credit: Netflix

"The entire city of Las Vegas will be obliterated unless our team can find and deactivate the nuclear device,” executive producer, director, and co-showrunner Schlossberg told Tudum.

"There is only a short window of time to find the bomb, and as the clock ticks, our team must overcome deadly forces working against them… as well as overcome the massive amounts of alcohol and other substances that are in their system."

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Tudum adds: "If 24 and The Hangover hooked up and had a baby, it’d be Obliterated."

Well, that's me sold.

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Fans clearly couldn't wait to share their thoughts on the latest addition to the streaming platform, with one Facebook user writing: "This show got me hooked the first episode! I put it on to go to sleep and I had to stay up and watch it!"

Viewers admitted to binge-watching the series in just one night. Credit: Netflix
Viewers admitted to binge-watching the series in just one night. Credit: Netflix

A second admitted: "Just finished it in one day. Loved it!"

"It's brilliant, different but brilliant," praised a third.

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A fourth chimed in: "Me too! Stayed up all night well till I finished watching it!"

"So so funny! Loved it!" gushed another, while someone else added: "It was hilarious and stupid with just the right amount of gun fights and carnage. Great show!"

A final Facebook user echoed: "Great show! Finished in record time!"

Obliterated is currently available to stream on Netflix.

Topics: Netflix, TV And Film

Rhiannon Ingle
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