Stranger Things is getting a lot of love.
From its nostalgic opening credits, to the more than welcome return of Winona (Forever) Ryder, we are smitten.
The aesthetic of the show is pitch-perfect, right through to its amazing soundtrack, which is available on Spotify.
The score, written by two members of Austin-based band S U R V I V E, Michael Stein and Kyle Dixon has driven fans wild and they are releasing the first installment today.
It got us thinking about other TV shows and their soundtracks, so here's a quick run-down of some of out favourites.
Made In Chelsea
We don't mean to start so controversially, but bear with.
If you can hear past the almost trans-atlantic accents of the 'characters' on the hit TV show, you will actually get through to some pretty interesting music.
Considering there is a serious lack of platforms for new music in the UK on the telly, MIC is doing pretty well.
Listen for: trendy young bands with difficult to pronounce names.
One Tree Hill
We promise this list will get more credible in a minute.
It didn't just give us 'California' by Phantom Planet, it also served us some American Indie/Alternative Gold.
Listen for: angsty, dirty teenagers that will make you feel old.
Hailed as the greatest TV show of all time (before our next choice came along) The Sopranos also had a cracking soundtrack.
In one scene, a brutal hit and run has TLC's 'No scrubs' over it, genius.
Listen for: Vintage gems to get you dancing on your sofa.
Also hailed as the greatest TV show of all time Breaking Bad also has a cracking soundtrack.
Do you remember that scene where Walter White got new cars with his son and they played this crazy Dubstep song over it?
Listen for: kooky, eclectic, slightly bonkers tunes
Girls is a ground-breaking show, full of awkward sex, badly lit nudity and realistic drug experiences.
The music is also A*.
It has everything, from real classics, to club classics and we cannot get enough.
Listen for: Girl Power