We all know that our Netflix subscription probably knows more about us than even our closest friends. Like the fact that we’ve binged Making A Murderer more than once, or just how many times exactly we’ve watched The Notebook.
But now the sassy service is calling some subscribers out for a very weird habit: 53 users have watched their movie, A Christmas Prince, every night for 18 nights.
To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?
— Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017
Every night. For eighteen nights.
What’s Netflix playing at, exposing the die-hard Christmas Prince fans among us?
But also, what kind of person is watching the same Christmas film for nearly three weeks straight?
Needless to say, people were loving Netflix’s shady tweet:
So now you know what Netflix does with all its important data.
Are you intrigued to know what it is about the festive film that keeps people coming back?
Well, Netflix said it themselves, it has everything:
A Christmas Prince has everything: Royal elites, a giant castle, hard hitting commentary on ethical journalism and the current state of digital media, and snowball fights!
— Netflix "Have you seen A Christmas Prince?" Canada (@Netflix_CA) December 7, 2017
Ethical journalism AND snowball fights? Sold!
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