The Haunting of Hill House was literally the only TV show anyone talked about last year, and now another Netflix original is taking its top spot. We still have some time to wait for the anticipated season 2 of The Haunting of Hill House, but Netflix has provided us with the perfect show to fill our horror needs. There's a new Netflix horror show that's scarier than The Haunting of Hill House.\nTypewriter is directed by Sujoy Ghosh and takes place in Goa, India. It's a five-part series that follows Sameera and her two friends planning to ghost hunt in an old building called the Bardez Villa. A new family suddenly moves into the abandoned home causing unnatural and horrific things to happen.\nNetflix describes the premise as, "Three young friends in Goa plan to search an old villa for ghosts, but when a new family moves in, the home’s buried past resurfaces in chilling ways."\nThe show just began streaming on July 19 and viewers are already losing sleep over how scary the new series is. One fan even said that Typewriter, "is one of the best horror series" they've ever seen.\nTypewriter is one of the best horror series I've seen. I honestly want to write an essay on it and Gothic literature. Can't wait for season 2! #typewriter #netflix @NetflixIndia pic.twitter.com/bQRiUyQ58W— Dany Szelsky (@unveiledpoetry) July 26, 2019\nSome people are even breaking their no recommendation rules to promote Typewriter:\nListen I don’t normally recommend movies but Typewriter on Netflix GOT ME FUCKED UP THE FIRST EPISODE HAD ME I- IT IS SO FUCKING GOOD pic.twitter.com/TtTQnI0Eso— 🔪 Mojave Rosegold ✨ (@SaxonStahl) July 29, 2019\n#Typewriter has been watched and it’s definitely not for the faint hearted! Couldn’t see it without looking around to check if all ok in the house! @sujoy_g stop making all this scary spooky stuff ! pic.twitter.com/4HYhx2NsaT— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) July 21, 2019\nSomeone even made a joke about director Sujoy Gosh getting all the sleep because of the show's success, while they couldn't get any sleep because of how scary the show was.\nMake some popcorn, turn on Netflix, and get ready to be spooked!