Now you can sign a Netflix contract with your partner that stops them from watching a show without you

2019-07-31 10:18
A scene in 'Stranger Things' season 3.

Cape Town – Forget Netflix and chill, binge-watching a show is now serious business.

Especially if you are watching your new favourite series with a significant other or a friend. With all the episodes of shows available to view at once, there is always the temptation to go ahead without your viewing partner when you have some free time.

A 2017 survey done by Netflix a quarter of people revealed that a partner watching a show behind their back is worse than sending flirty messages to another person.  (Read more here)

While another survey found that most South Africans choose their pets as their binge-watching buddies.

Netflix has now put together a co-watching contract that will make things binding.

The streaming service shared the contract on their social media platforms. The terms of conditions include: "I won't continue watching a show without the other person present. I won't fall asleep, and I won't get distracted by my phone causing the other person to rewind because I missed something."


(Click here to see it on Facebook)

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