There's a BBC spin-off series on the way, but in the meantime we have Accused, a movie for the small hours if ever there was one.
Sex Education's Chaneil Kular plays Harri Bhavsar, an innocent man in the wrong place at the wrong time whose life spirals out of control over the course of 24 hours as online hysteria and mob justice take over.
Fans of Straw Dogs, Assault on Precinct 13 and When a Stranger Calls will feel right at home with this siege thriller as the walls close in on Harri.
Amidst the genre smarts here are bigger questions about living online, the surrender of privacy and the fomenting of fear.
Imploring society to take a breath while simultaneously forcing its audience to hold theirs, Accused wraps in under 90 minutes but will leave you thinking for a lot longer.
If you see it on your scrolling give it a go, and, to borrow from the classic Crimewatch quote, please don't have nightmares.
Accused is available on Netflix from Friday 22 September.