The on-demand TV service Netflix has revealed how entertainment preferences compare across the UK - from The North, The Midlands and Greater London to The South, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
People in Yorkshire's entertainment preferences lean towards horror and dark dramas like American Horror Story and Dexter, according to Netflix.
Viewers in the Yorkshire enjoy a fright night with horror coming out on top compared to elsewhere in the UK with some popular titles including The Vampire Diaries, American Horror Stories and Dexter.
Dexter follows the exploits of a serial killer - who only kills other killers. The dark drama ran for eight series, and is recommended viewing for anyone aged over 18 who likes a dark drama and isn't afraid of a drop of blood or two in their TV.
American Horror Story is an ongoing anthology of dramas. Each series has its own set of characters and plot, and follows dark and strange storylines.
Netfix viewers in Yorkshire may also enjoy Better Call Saul, the follow-up to the dark, gripping drug drama Breaking Bad, and Narcos, which in a similar fashion follows the story of a drug kingpin, but unlike the other shows is based on real events.
Elsewhere in the UK,some regional patterns have emerged - viewers in the Midlands enjoy fantasy shows more than the rest of the UK and across in the North West, reality TV rules.
Meanwhile, Northern Irish viewers like a bit of drama, science fiction is big in the South, and the Scots and Welsh enjoy a good laugh.