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Netflix viewers are loving 'heartbreaking' new series so much they are already rewatching it

Netflix viewers are loving 'heartbreaking' new series so much they are already rewatching it

People have fallen in love with the Netflix show

Sometimes, a TV show gets you so much in the feels that you just have to watch it over and over again.

Even if you cry buckets, even if it's actually painful, it's worth the anguish because it's just *so* good.

And it's exactly what's happened with Netflix's most recent series, which dropped on the streaming platform on 8 February.

Viewers have been laughing, crying and screaming at their screens while watching the whopping 14-episode series.

I was personally begging the TV for a different, alternative ending, but despite feeling emotionally hungover after watching *that* final episode (no spoilers here) people are actually going back for round two.

One Day follows one day from each year in the lives of Emma and Dexter starting with the point they first spoke.

Starring Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod, One Day is a romantic drama following the lives of two people as they navigate the world after their university graduation.

It's based on the best-selling novel by David Nicholls, and was already adapted into a movie back in 2011, starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess.

Woodall and Mod play lead roles Dexter Mayhew and Emma Morley, who meet at the University of Edinburgh in 1988.

After ending up in bed together on their graduation night, instead of having sex they spend the night talking. While nothing romantic develops between them at this stage, they do become best mates.

Over a period of almost 20 years, the pair go through a series of highs and lows - both with each other and in other relationships - and despite maintaining that they're 'just friends' it's pretty clear that they are so much more to each other.

I won't spoil it but it's a beautiful, heart-wrenching story and people can't get enough of it.

In fact, despite the series having high expectations due to both a book and a film to live up to, viewers are desperate to re-watch it already.

Starring Leo Woodall and Ambika Mod, One Day is a romantic drama.

One wrote on X: "Me going to rewatch all 14 episodes knowing it will destroy me again #OneDay."

While another said: "I’m never doing this to myself again. But I will be starting my rewatch tomorrow."

And a third added: "I’ve not even finished #OneDayNetflix yet and I can’t wait to rewatch."

"I've watched #OneDay in a day and a have, now I can't stop thinking about these two. Is it too soon for a rewatch?" asked a fourth.

If you're ready for utter heartache and plenty of tears, you can catch One Day on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, Netflix