Netflix's Dash & Lily fans 'can't stop crying and feel incredibly lonely' after binge-watching new Christmas series

FANS of new Netflix series Dash & Lily have admitted that they 'can't stop crying and feel incredibly lonely' after binge-watching the show.

The eight-part rom-com follows two young New York city dwellers, cynical Dash and optimistic Lily, who begin exchanging dares, dreams and desires in a notebook they pass back and forth across the Big Apple.

The Christmas-themed series is based on the novels Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares and has been a hit on the streaming service ever since it landed on November 10.

And TV fans have gotten so behind the show that many have binge-watched the entire series, leaving many to declared they won't find romance like the protagonists on social media.

One fan penned: "not me watching dash and lily and crying the entire time bc i’m never gonna find a romance like this LMAOOOO" (sic).

"just finished my second watching of dash and lily and i’m crying because i feel so lonely wow way to go noémie," (sic) another shared.

A third wrote: "i just finished dash and lily and i’m crying why can’t i meet someone in a bookstore like that" (sic).

"so i watched Dash & Lily today (yes, the whole thing) because i needed something 'feel good' to watch," a viewer posted.

"i ended up crying through the last two episodes and felt incredibly lonely by the end. that was fun. 10/10 recommend though" (sic).

A final Netflix fan wrote: "Well now that’s it’s 0300, I’m already eating ice cream in bed and crying to Dash and Lily I might as well keep going and jump right into Christmas movie season."

The new series stars Austin Abrahams of Euphoria and Chrome Hearts fame as Dash, while Good Boys actress Midori Francis plays Lily.

Their joined by cast members Lethal Weapon's Dante Brown, New Amsterdam star Troy Iwata, Keana Marie of Criminal Minds fame as well as Stranger Things' Michael Park.

Also making a surprise cameo in the series is the Jonas Brothers.

Dash & Lily is available to stream on Netflix now.

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