We all love a lazy Netflix binge, and now the streaming service has revealed exactly when you get hooked on your favourite shows.

Netflix has released the results of a scientific study that reveals the specific episodes that make you super addicted.

It analysed its subscriber data to find out what it is that keeps viewers glued to the screen, with mysteries, crime dramas and romance key to getting us hooked.

Let's take a look at the exact moment we all become helpless slobs:


Need more details of happens in these episodes to make us surrender all control? Be prepared for spoilers:

Fuller House, 4

Jackson tries to help Ramona at school but that lands them both in trouble and leads to a disagreement between DJ and Kimmy over parenting styles.

Gilmore Girls, 7

Rory shares a romantic moment with Dean, but doesn't tell Lorelai. When Lorelai hears about it from Mrs. Kim, she invites Dean over for movie night.

Jessica Jones, 4

A new case demands attention as Jessica tries to find out who's spying on her for Kilgrave. Trish's radio show yields unexpected consequences.

Love, 3

Gus faces a make-or-break situation at work, while Mickey navigates a dicey new dynamic with her boss.

Making a Murderer, 4

An unexpected confession casts doubt on Steven's role in the murder case, but the new suspect gives conflicting accounts of what occurred.

Master of None, 4

Dev has a series of eye-opening experiences after he encounters some casual racism in TV auditions.

Narcos, 4

Despite a new extradition treaty, the U.S puts more money into fighting communism, creating new challenges for Murphy and Pena on the hunt for Pablo.

Orphan Black, 3

After hitting the road with Felix, Sarah and Kira are forced to seek refuge at the home of one of Sarah's former lovers.

Stranger Things, 3

An increasingly concerned Nancy looks for Barb and finds out what Jonathan's been up to. Joyce is convinced Will is trying to talk to her.

The Get Down, 3

Disgraced record producer Jackie Moreno wants to shepherd Myleene's singer career. Boo-Boo plays a rare bootleg tape at a party, inviting trouble.

The Ranch, 4

Colt smooths things over with Abby. When Maggie drags Beau to The Marriott for a romantic evening, the guys have some fun back at the house.

Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix, said: "We've always known there is a commonality to great stories.

The internet allows us to share these stories with audiences wherever they may be and what we see from the data is how similar our members watch and respond.

"The hooked findings give us confidence that there is an appetite for original and unique content, which is why we're excited to deliver variety in stories to our members, whether they're political dramas from France or musical dramas from the Bronx."

Netflix is famous for keeping its viewing figures a well-guarded secret, with its CEO Reed Hastings insisting that it "doesn't matter what everyone else loves the most, it matters what you or I love the most".

The real reason though, obviously, is because it is "competitive information that tells HBO what kind of shows to produce".