It's the scariest and spookiest show that Netflix have released in ages - it is Halloween after all - and it's been roaring success.
With that in mind, it's no surprise to learn that The Haunting of Hill House might be getting more episodes.
I mean, when you release your first series as a horror show and Stephen King calls it "close to a work of genius" you know that you're on the right road and you should stick to it.
It looks as if the show could be rapidly renewed for a second season, which is great news for fans of the show, but also for the people who put in the hard yards making it. Let's not forget that a lot of shows never make it past one season.
Even if they do - Brooklyn Nine Nine - they sometimes can get cancelled, then uncancelled, so it's great to have some stability in your life.
Anyway, Michiel Huisman - who plays Steven Crain on the show - gave an interview to Joe the other day in which he said: "Well, you know what. Very early on, when we were still shooting this show, we had conversations about what a second season could look like and I think that one of the crazy things about Mike (Flanagan) is that he is an infinite well of ideas and stories.
"I don't think he ever sleeps! There are possibilities - if the show is a hit - to create a second season and still be in this world of Hill House."
There you go - that's as unofficial an official confirmation of a new series as you're ever likely to get.
Either way, it seems to confirm that the talks are ongoing to keep the story rolling on for another season at the very least. It would also make complete sense given the reviews and response from viewers have been overwhelmingly positive.
Even if most people have been missing the really scary stuff...
Netflix would be dumb not to at least talk about the idea of returning to Hill House. There's plenty that could still happen, as well.
As it happens, the first season has apparently been so scary that people have been being physically ill whilst watching it.
I'm not sure if that is actually a good thing but it translates to a 92% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, so they're obviously either enjoying the show or vomiting, and the showrunners shouldn't care which one it is.
Bring on season two.