NETFLIX'S Firefly Lane fans have been left 'breaking down in tears' after the show took a seriously dark turn 'out of nowhere'.
The series stars Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke as two best friends who are polar opposites of each other but are devoted to one another after growing up together.
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The series flits between their youth in the 1970s and the 2000s, with Katherine's character Tully becoming a well-known TV personality while Sarah's character Kate has settled down with a family.
While the early episodes provided humour and lighthearted moments, episode eight delivered a sudden dark turn as a pregnant Tully discovered she was bleeding on her wedding night.
The next episode saw her waking up in hospital after suffering a miscarriage, before discussing the ordeal live on her talk show.
She emotionally tells the audience: "I'm still bleeding, and it sucks. But I don't want to be ashamed. I don't want to try to hide it."
Viewers were left in tears by the emotional scenes, with one writing on Twitter: "Puddle of tears watching #FireflyLane episode 9. I’ve always said there is zero shame in having a miscarriage."
A second tweeted: "She miscarried? Now I’m ugly crying #FireflyLane."
A third added: "My weekend binge of #fireflylane had me laughing, crying and dreaming of these best friends.
"Thank you, #kristinhannah for these complicated, broken, human, heartbreaking, hilarious, beautiful characters."
The Netflix series is based on the novel of the same name by Kristin Hannah.
The show also stars Ben Lawson, Beau Garrett, Paul McGillion and Chelah Horsdal.
Firefly Lane is available on Netflix now.
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