Netflix Shame

Netflix throws some shade this Christmas

Netflix, the streaming giant has released some stats to the world and some of it is a little humiliating to it’s users. So the best course of action is to throw shade their way. Hence telling the world that one person in the UK has made it a daily ritual to watch the Bee Movie. Racking up a total of 357 times during the year of 2017.

Though in France the most viewed movie was Shrek Forever After, whilst in Germany it was repeat viewings of Oceans Eleven. 

Also in America, one viewer clocked up an impressive 365 viewings of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.

While, we’re interested to how these are being watched? As background sound? Have they been left on and walked away and forgotten about?!

Netflix: That’s not all!

If you keep a keen eye on Twitter, Netflix didn’t just stop there. Revealing that “To the 53 people who’ve watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days“.  Then questioning “Who hurt you?” this tweet went viral and lead to people questioning their own viewing habits. Netflix’s twitter account in full swing replied with witty responses, leading to impressive virality.

Most of all, what we want to know is! Is there a movie club for The Christmas Prince?! Why have so many people watched it for so long?!

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