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Good news, it’s not the end of the f***ing world, after all! Netflix is bringing back its murderous show for another season!

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Announced today, the streaming service will be bringing back their comedy slash horror series, the End Of The F***ing World for another season, and we’re beyond excited.

Taking to Twitter, the show tweeted they “will be f***ing back,” for season two, and accompanying the tweet was a video that featured a clip of the first season’s ending.

Check it out below (if you don’t mind spoilers, of course):

For those who don’t know, the dark comedy follows two teens, James and Alyssa, who form a connection and go on an unforgettable road trip across the UK in search of Alyssa’s real father.

While the premise of the show may not sound like something totally binge-worthy, the added fact that James is a psychopath poses some pretty interesting problems for the two.

Sounds interesting, right?

We’re not entirely sure what the duo will get up to in the show’s second season, but we’re pretty excited to find out.

Plot details for the show’s upcoming second season and a release date have yet to be announced, but here’s what we know so far:

As we previously reported, the show stopped right where the graphic novel by Charles Forsman ends, but it appears that they’ll be continuing it with the help of the show’s writer Charlie Covell.

In a past interview, actor Alex Lawther (James in the show) spoke to JÓN magazine about the possibility of the show getting picked up for a second season, where he concluded that another season would help give Covell a chance to expand the show’s world.

“It would give [Covell] a chance to explore something from her imagination,” he added. “I would be very excited about [that] because I think she’s brilliant. So we’ll see, basically.”

Are you excited about Netflix’s latest renewal? Sound off in the comments below!

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