With its unique mix of jet black comedy, frequent cliffhanger endings, and wonderful chemistry between Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, Netflix's Dead To Me has proven to be a massive critical and commercial hit.
In terms of the latest episodes, the sophomore season scored four nominations for this year's Emmys - including best comedy series and twin lead actress nods for stars Applegate and Cardellini.
However, the show's creator Liz Feldman has previously said that Season 3 of Dead To Me will be the last one, and fans will all be wondering what's in store after that dramatic cliffhanger?
Well, during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Feldman said that it was always her intention to keep Dead To Me as a relatively short series.
When asked about a production schedule for Dead To Me Season 3, here's what she had to say: "This season we have a 20-week writers room, so there's no way we could go into production until that's over anyway. That buys us some time to see how it goes and what the landscape looks like for other productions. Hopefully, we learn from the successes and pitfalls of other shows. There's no way we'd even try to be back in production until, the earliest, December."
For those that haven't seen it yet, the show revolves around a friendship that blossoms between a tightly wound widow (Applegate) and a free spirit (Cardellini) with a shocking secret.
Ok, spoiler alert for anyone who hasn't seen the show because here's a reminder of how the latest season ended.
Season two was very much focused on Jen and Judy's attempts to cover up the murder of Steve (James Marsden) and dispose of his body.
However, the road was a bumpy one with Jen's oldest son Charlie stumbling across Steve's hidden car, Jen eventually confessing to the murder, and that dramatic car crash that ended the season.
Whatever Dead To Me Season 3 has in store, we're certain there's going to be plenty more twists and turns to come.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Dead To Me are now available to watch on Netflix.