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Netflix fans swoon over new ‘A+’ psychological thriller, saying ‘This is becoming one of my favorite shows’


Netflix viewers went into meltdown over the new psychological thriller, calling it an «A+.»

Created by Emmy and BAFTA Abi Morgan, psychological thriller Eric follows desperate father Vincent (Benedict Cumberbatch) in search of his lost son.

When Edgar (Ivan Howe) disappears on his way to school in the streets of 1980s New York, his parents are left sad and without hope.

Vincent, the leading puppeteer, quickly descends into madness as he attempts to relocate his son.

A father trying to cope with the absence of his nine-year-old child begins to cling to Edgar’s drawing of the blue monster puppet – Eric.

Netflix viewers have gone into meltdown over the new psychological thriller Eric, which follows troubled father Vincent (Benedict Cumberbatch) on the hunt for his lost son.

When Edgar (Ivan Howe, pictured) disappears on his way to school in the streets of New York in the 1980s, his parents are left sad and without hope.

When Edgar (Ivan Howe, pictured) disappears on his way to school in the streets of New York in the 1980s, his parents are left sad and without hope.

A self-loathing parent believes that if he can retrieve the big blue conception of his missing son on his extremely popular children’s show – Good Day Sunshine – then he will come home.

The longer Edgar is missing, Vincent becomes increasingly violent and erratic in his behavior.

As he becomes further alienated from everyone who tries to help him – the detectives, his family and friends – the puppeteer begins to hallucinate a life-size version of ErIc.

In the race for his child, Vincent spirals out of control and is forced to face his demons on the dangerous but addictive streets of the Big Apple.

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Creator Abigail Morgan told Tudum, “Eric is a deep dive into the Big Apple of the 1980s, dealing with rising crime, internal corruption, endemic racism, a forgotten underclass and the AIDS epidemic.

“(It) reveals the differences between parents looking for their child, a detective fighting a system that is broken.

“And a lost boy who may never come home—and asks where the real monsters lie. With puppets… lots of puppets.”

Netflix fans went wild over the gripping new drama, with some calling for Benedict Cumberbatch to win an Oscar.

The longer Edgar is gone, the more violent and erratic Vincent becomes (pictured: Gaby Hoffman plays Eric's mother Cassie and Cumberbatch)

The longer Edgar is gone, the more violent and erratic Vincent becomes (pictured: Gaby Hoffman plays Eric’s mother Cassie and Cumberbatch)

Edgar's absence forces his father to face his demons as he walks the dangerous streets of the Big Apple to find him.

Edgar’s absence forces his father to face his demons as he walks the dangerous streets of the Big Apple to find him.

Fans in pandemonium over new psychological thriller, dub is 'dark' but 'emotional and captivating'

Fans in a frenzy over new psychological thriller, dub is ‘dark’ but ‘emotional and captivating’

«This is becoming one of my favorite shows… Can’t stop thinking about it,» one joked.

“EVERY character is incredible, but Benedict Cumberbatch deserves an Emmy. A+++.”

Another added: ‘Give Benedict Cumberbatch an Oscar right now for Eric on Netflix.’

«Benedict Cumberbatch always delivers,» chimed in a third.

«If you’re looking for an absolutely amazingly awesome show to enjoy this weekend, Eric on Netflix is ​​excellent,» wrote a fourth.

One fan called the series «dark» but «emotional and captivating».

“Eric on Netflix is ​​great. There’s that nihilistic 1980s New York thing, said another.

“Abi Morgan strikes again. A brilliant, compelling and heart-wrenching drama with wonderful performances by McKinley Belcher III, Benedict Cumberbatch and Gaby Hoffman. Obsessed,” the user wrote.

Desperate to search for his son, a desperate father believes that if he can get his son's drawing - Eric - on the air, then he can return home.

A desperate father desperately searching for his son believes that if he can get his son’s drawing – Eric – on the air, he can return home.

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