You're about to become obsessed with Chambers, Netflix's new supernatural thriller.


Netflix’s latest series Chambers, is here to give you a good fright in the comfort of your living room.

The 10-episode season has just landed on Netflix and it follows a Navajo girl named Sasha Yazzie (Sivan Alyra Rose) who narrowly survives an unexpected heart attack thanks to a heart transplant from Rebecca “Becky” LeFevre (Lilliya Scarlett Reid), a recently deceased teenager from a nearby town.

However, as Sasha recovers from her near-fatal attack, she notices that something is different.

The trailer is downright terrifying. Watch it at your own peril.

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Sasha begins to see flashes of Becky’s face and starts having visions of foreign and odd scenes that she can’t explain.

The 17-year-old also gradually gets closer to Becky’s parents, Nancy and Ben (played by Uma Thurman and Scandal’s Tony Goldwyn), and they seem undeniably odd.

Nancy and Ben are part of a cult-like, new age spiritual club called the Annex Foundation and are very insistent on being in Sasha’s life, from paying for her to attend Becky’s private school, to giving her their dead daughter’s old car.


Without going into spoilers (we would never), a lot more drama and intrigue unfolds during Chamber’s 10-episode run, as Sasha and Becky’s lives become inextricably linked.

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Uma Thurman and Tony Goldwyn are perfectly creepy as Becky's grieving parents. Image: Netflix.

Since its release, fans have made comparison between Chambers and Jordan Peele's critically acclaimed horror film Get Out, and it's easy to see why.

Get Out follows an African American photographer who visits his girlfriend's rich upstate New York family and uncovers their dark and twisted secrets, just as Sasha does in Chambers.


This is what fans are saying about the show on Twitter:





We highly recommend you open up Netflix ASAP and buckle yourself in for a gripping binge fest.

Have you watched Chambers on Netflix? What did you think about the show? Tell us in a comment below.