NETFLIX series The Watcher follows a family tormented by a mystery stalker – but viewers have found it hard to keep up.
Based on a true story, Derek and Maria Broaddus received a series of creepy letters, starting in 2014, from an anonymous know as "The Watcher".
The Broaddus' house in New Jersey was the subject of a campaign of terror, with the new series following their terrifying encounters.
After a series of letters threatening their family and claiming to be watching their children, the couple understandably tried to sell the house.
Unsurprisingly, the house failed to sell when they listed it in 2014 and again in 2016.
Interested buyers repeatedly backed out when the family showed them the letters and told them what had been going on.
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The seven-part series dropped on Netflix on Thursday – and viewers are already all saying the same thing about it.
Taking to Twitter, one person penned: "Just binged The Watcher and still have no idea who 'The Watcher' is…"
Echoing their comments, someone else said: "Sat watching The Watcher and I've never been so confused ever by a TV series."
While a third added: "On the fifth episode and I still have no idea what's happening at this point."
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The Watcher has never been caught or identified, despite the efforts of police and mass media attention.
A DNA test on some of the envelopes that contained the creepy letters showed that whoever sent them was female.
The Watcher is available to stream on Netflix.
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