Death In Paradise viewers were screaming at their screens after Catherine Bordey was brutally attacked in a vicious cliffhanger.
We have been blessed with a double bill of the BBC drama, with the first part showing the Honore Police team getting to grips with yet another murder case.
Beloved Saint Marie resident Catherine (Elizabeth Bourgine) found herself in danger when her bond with the latest victim came to light.
As she returned home, she heard a thumping noise, and realised that her window had been broken.
Calling Neville Parker (Ralf Little), she told him that there may be an intruder in the house – with the officer instructing her to get to safety.
It was then that a mysterious figure came up behind her in the reflection.
Neville rushed to the house and managed to scare the attacker off, with an unconscious Catherine rushed to hospital.
The tense episode ended with the Commissioner putting a call into her daughter, Camille (Sara Martins), who told him that she was on her way to the island.
Fans were left breathless by the action, with many flocking to Twitter to share their praise for show bosses.
‘Genuinely screamed at the TV when Catherine was attacked,’ one said. ‘I hope the neighbours don’t call 999! #DeathInParadise.’
‘Brilliant episode cannot wait for tomorrow night Goosebumps at the end #DeathInParadise,’ another agreed.
‘#DeathInParadise I nearly s*** myself when that person appeared behind Catherine ive never been so stressed over a TV show in my life lmao [sic],’ a follower penned.
While many, many more kept their fingers crossed that Catherine would pull through.
‘@deathinparadise Know this. If Catherine dies I will find you. #DeathInParadise,’ a viewer said.
A Twitter user commented: ‘#DeathInParadise oh thank god she’s alive, jfc my heart is in my mouth.’
As a fan screamed: ‘NOT CATHERINE OMG NOOOO SHE HAS TO PULL THROUGH MY HEART IS POUNDING @lizbourgine @deathinparadise #DeathInParadise.’
And one suggested: ‘CATHERINE!! I SWEAR IF THEY MURDER HER I AM GOING TO RIOT! #DeathInParadise.’
Thankfully, we don’t have much longer to wait until we get a conclusion to the latest dramatic case in Saint Marie.
Death In Paradise continues on Friday, at 9pm, on BBC One.