" /Beatings, stabbings, and shootings, with plenty of suspense building up to each violent act.

“Airbnb became the perfect vehicle me to explore and to tell stories of people in their most vulnerable, chaotic, transient states,” Lidofsky said.

“The myriad of interactions between Isobel and her renters comprise a world that captures the intricacies of human connection.

Though Lidofsky is gay, she felt compelled to depict bisexuality as its own identity.

“Bisexuality is one of the last sexual frontiers that television has yet to explore in a real way,” she said.

It was co-produced by Refinery29 and Beachside Productions.

The first five episodes of “Strangers” are currently available on Facebook’s Watch, the social media giant’s brand new streaming service, with new episodes airing every Monday.

By the age of four, many children have heard about strangers and this is a good time to start teaching your little one how to stay safe.

However, she is still too young to be left unsupervised in public because she won't have good judgment yet or be able to control her natural impulses.

“It’s so often written off as an indecisive or dangerous identity, one that is merely a stop on the way to gay, or a detour on the path of being straight- a phase of sorts.” Lidofsky is not afraid to call “Strangers” a queer series, though the series grapples with general themes surrounding friendship, adulthood, and identity.

“I’m a gay woman, and I wanted to create a story that represented my community and my understanding of sexuality, identity, love and human connection.

That said, unlike many others in the horror genre, the film doesn't sexualize its terror, and the characters in peril aren't just sacrificial lambs -- the filmmakers make you care about them.