Seeds of Yesterday: Twitter Loses Its Mind over Final Flowers in the Attic Film

If you thought Twitter couldn’t get any more worked up than it did over If There Be Thorns, you were sorely mistaken.

Sunday saw the conclusion of Lifetime’s on-screen adaptations of V.C. Andrews’s Flowers in the Attic series, and, suffice it to say, fans freaked out.

If There Be Thorns: How Twitter Reacted to the Third Flowers in the Attic Film

Lifetime aired the third and penultimate installment of V.C. Andrews’s Flowers in the Attic saga on Sunday night, and the Internet naturally freaked out.

PEOPLE's TV Critic: Lifetime's Flowers In the Attic Is Crazy Good

Flowers in the Attic is the rare Lifetime movie (it airs Saturday at 8 p.m. ET/PT) that can’t simply be written off as a Lifetime movie. It’s so pure and perverse an example of American Gothic, I felt compelled to read the original VC Andrews novel to try and comprehend what sort of imagination could hatch such a nutty story – a fairy tale, really, that somehow combines Hansel and Gretel and The Blue Lagoon. In Virginia horse country.

More Flowers In the Attic, Please: Which V.C. Andrews Nightmare Novel Should TV Adapt Next?

Disinvite your brother, ditch the powdered doughnuts and get ready because on Saturday night, Flowers in the Attic returns to television.

The blockbuster Gothic young adult novel began the infamous Dollanganger family saga, which includes Petals on the Wind, If There Be Thorns, Seeds of Yesterday, and Garden of Shadows. (All of the books in the series hit number one on the New York Times Bestseller List, by the way.)