Netflix viewers have dubbed the new series Obliterated as the "best show" the streaming service "ever came out with".
The action-comedy-drama arrived on the platform on November 30 and stars Terrence Terrell, Paola Lázaro, Kimi Rutledge, Eugene Kim, C. Thomas Howell, Alyson Gorske, and Carl Lumbly.
The series follows an elite team comprised of the brightest from various branches of the US military. They have been ordered to stop a catastrophic terrorist attack in Las Vegas.
In the first episode, the squad succeeds in neutralizing the deadly weapon so they throw a wild party to celebrate. However, after hours of drinking, doing an indescribable amount of drugs, and having sex, they find out that they've been outsmarted by their enemies, and that the nuke they offset was fake.Watch the Obliterated trailer below:
The group, who are all either drunk or high, are now forced to race against the clock to save the city from being obliterated.
Many users took to the platform X (formerly Twitter) to boast about the new series - which was created by Cobra Kai’s Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, and Josh Heald.
"I might have gotten emotional. Maybe. Loved it start to finish. And Hagerty’s entrance in episode 8 had me scream-laughing and cheering. Most fun I’ve had watching TV in ages!", they shared.
A third user applauded: "A show hasn’t made me laugh out loud while also making my jaw drop, in YEARS!!! #Obliterated 12 out of 10!!!"
A fourth wrote that the series is "f***ing hilarious," and added: "I am not a big comedy guy but this show has me laughing. Don’t believe the critics, it has a wit as sharp as its action. It's the kind of comedy that catches you off guard in the best way."
Meanwhile, someone else penned: "#Obliterated on Netflix is the best show I’ve seen all year! And I’m only on episode 1."
The show is already proving to be popular with the audience as it has scored a solid 78% on Rotten Tomatoes.
However, as of the time of writing, it currently has a 47 percent score on the reviews aggregator, indicating that there is a split between viewers and critics.
Obliterated is available to watch on Netflix now.