Dead to Me season three has just landed on Netflix
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**Warning: Spoilers for seasons one and two of Dead To Me ahead**
The third and final season of Dead to Me is officially available on Netflix as of today, and fans are binge-watching the whole thing in one sitting.
People have been waiting for the grand return of Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) for the last two years, but now that the addictive drama series is coming to its conclusion, it seems almost too soon.
When we last left Jen and Judy, they had just been in a car accident at the hands of a drunken Ben (James Marsden) after a very dramatic second season, and viewers were left to wonder just how bad the damage is.
Another cliffhanger presented itself when Jen decided to confess to murdering Judy's ex-fiancé Steve (also James Marsden), writing the confession in a note to Judy.
But an expected turn of events prompted Jen to change her mind, and doesn't confess anything - but her son Charlie found the unsent note to Judy.
Who knows what he's going to do with that information.
A trailer for the new season sees Judy and Jen in more hot water than ever, after Steve's body is discovered by the police.
A Netflix synopsis for the final ten episodes reads: "Jen and Judy return for the third and final season. In the aftermath of yet another hit and run, both women receive shocking news, and are ready to risk their lives for a friendship that's above the law."
Some people are so excited for the new season that they've already binge-watched the entire thing and, without spoiling anything, it looks like it's going to be an emotional one.
"Just binged the last season of #DeadToMe and I am a puddle of tears. Oh my god," tweeted one fan. "Such a good show, strong performances and what an ending."
A second warned: "If you think you’re ready for the final season of #DeadToMe tomorrow, you’re not. It is a roller coaster of an emotional ride but it’s also a deeply beautiful season that is a perfect encapsulation of the show’s heart and soul."
And a third admitted: "#DeadToMe is funny and sad at the same time.. I’m laugh crying."
Sounds like this is one series finale to go into with a box of tissues in hand. You've officially been warned.
Dead To Me seasons one to three are available to stream now on Netflix.
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