If you're looking for something to binge watch on Netflix, look no further than The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window.
The new show, starring Kristen Bell, consists of eight, 30-minute episodes and you'll be gripped to its whodunnit plot and shocking twists.
You can watch the trailer below:
But as well as the shocking storyline, viewers have all noticed the same thing about the show's main character, Anna (played by Kristen).
Fans of the show have noticed that Anna is always carrying - and breaking - her casserole dishes. And she makes a lot of casseroles. We would be gutted if we broke so many of our favourite dishes.
One person tweeted: "You could literally make a drinking game out of how many times a casserole dish gets broken in the first episode."
While another said: "Anyone else taking a drink every time Anna has the casserole dish in her hands."
And a third added: "What is it with miss anna and breaking every single casserole dish she touches?"
"Lolol.. I'm like if Anna's apologizes one more time, says bingo one more time or pops up with one more casserole dish Im gona lose it lolololol," said another.
And another added: "Aye, if Anna drops one more casserole dish, I’m going to scream."
Even Kristen Bell tweeted about the number of casseroles to appear - and end up all over the floor - during the series.
"MANY casseroles were harmed during the making of this show. #TheWomanInTheHouse," she wrote.
Did you notice this?!
If you're yet to watch the show, it tells the story of Anna, a woman who has separated from her husband after her daughter, Elizabeth, tragically dies.
The show parodies films like The Woman In The Window (2021) and The Girl On The Train (2016), picking on common thriller tropes in the most ridiculous way, but keeping viewers hooked as they try to narrow down the killer.
It's been three years since Elizabeth's death, but Anna isn't coping. Instead, she drinks glass upon glass of red wine, all the while staring out her window at the house opposite.
But when a new neighbour moves in with his daughter, Anna witnesses a gruesome murder - or thinks she does, at least.
Will she solve the murder? Will anyone ever believe her?
You can catch the series on Netflix now.
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