You'll Be Astonished by How Many People Netflix Cheat on Their Partners - Brit + Co

It's Valentine's Day, and there's a serious issue every couple has faced that we need to talk about: Netflix cheating. You know, when a TV show is so good that even though you promised your partner you'd watch it together, you just can't help yourself.

Don't 'Netflix cheat' on your significant other this Valentine's Day - BGR

We've all done it. You're out of town, in a hotel room with nothing better to do. You know you shouldn't, but you just can't stop yourself. You open your laptop, navigate to Netflix and watch the next three episodes of that show you and your ...

Is your partner watching your show without you? Study shows they are - wreg.com

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Netflix released a survey Monday showing that 46 percent of couples are "cheating" on their significant other. Netflix cheating that is. Netflix describes cheating as the act of skipping ahead when you've decided to watch a ...

Is Your Partner Netflix Cheating On You? - Bustle

According to a new study, your significant other has probably cheated — Netflix cheated, that is. A study that the streaming service released just in time for Valentine's Day states that nearly half — 48 percent! — of U.S. couples have Netflix ...

Valentine's Day: Are you in a relationship with a Netflix Cheater? - Dublin Live

Little did we think our partners were cheating on us on such a regular basis! Gilmore Girls will never feel the same again. Share; Comments. ByClaire Scott. 21:00, 14 FEB 2017; Updated 09:35, 15 FEB 2017. Lifestyle. Share; Comments. Get daily updates ...

Netflix Cheating: 4 Ways to Sneak Around on Your 'Other' - Newsmax

Netflix "cheating" – sneak-watching a show on the streaming service ahead of your significant other – is becoming more common since first uncovered in a 2013 study. What is the world coming to? Based on a new survey of more than 30,000 streaming ...

Are you a Netflix cheater? - CNN

(CNN) Put down the remote and remember your vows. A Netflix study says a new kind of cheating is on the rise: More of us are sneaking away from our partners to watch that thing we promised we'd wait to watch with them. The phenomenon has tripled since ...

BRAZILIANS “NETFLIX CHEAT” MORE THAN ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD - plus55 (blog)

It's Valentine's Day around the world – except for in Brazil. And that might be for the best, at least for our compatriots guilty of “Netflix cheating”. A Netflix study released on Monday reported that many Brazilians continue watching series they've ...

'Netflix cheating': Is TV culture dead? - Stuff.co.nz

House Of Cards cast member Kevin Spacey, who plays Frank Underwood on the Netflix hit show. Is it okay to finish watching a season of a show when your partner hasn't even watched the first episode yet? A lot of New Zealanders do, according to a Netflix ...

Netflix Knows If Your Partner Is Cheating On You - Refinery29

Netflix already knows our most shameful streaming secrets — like the guilty pleasure shows we watch when we think no one is around — but it turns out the streaming company has some dirt on us IRL as well. New data found that Netflix-cheating is on ...

A Netflix study shows more couples are 'cheat-watching' - SFGate

We've all been there. You finally find a show that you and your partner enjoy. Like clockwork you both spend Saturday morning in bed binge-watching the latest season of 'Stranger Things,' and have an agreement that neither one of you will jump ahead of ...

'Netflix cheating' study said almost half of streaming couples cheat - WFLA

(WFLA) — Netflix said cheaters are out on the prowl looking for the next best episode. If you're like almost half the world, someone is Netflix cheating in your relationship. 46 percent of Netflix users worldwide admit they've watched a television ...

NETFLIX CHEATING - Daily Mail

Netflix conducted a survey with 30,267 of its members to see how many of them are Netflix cheating. Approximately 46 percent of couples are guilty of cheating. Another 81 percent said they have cheated multiple times. The most cheaters are in Brazil ...

Netflix Reveals That Nearly Half of All Couples Cheat — When it Comes to TV - Money Magazine

A new study has revealed that nearly half of all couples around the world cheat on their significant others — when it comes to using Netflix. The streaming service found that 46% of couples have watched a TV show on Netflix ahead of their partner, and ...

Couples on Netflix can't stop cheating and you're probably guilty too - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Have you been caught watching “Stranger Things” or “The Walking Dead” episodes ahead of your significant other? You're not alone. » RELATED VIDEO: How to uncover Netflix's 76,000 secret categories. A new Neflix study found that 46 percent of ...

Over 37 percent of Canadian couples are 'Netflix cheating,' says study - MobileSyrup.com

You start a TV show with your significant other under the assumption that you're both going to continue watching the content together as a joint activity. An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable JavaScript if it is ...

4 ways to hide 'Netflix cheating' from your partner - CNET

The numbers are in and you're all terrible people. I am, of course, speaking of the complete betrayal of trust that comes from "Netflix cheating." That's when you've agreed to watch a show on Netflix with someone else but go and sneak ahead without them.

In Hong Kong, Being a Netflix Cheater is Worse Than Having An Actual Affair - M2 magazine

I didn't know it until now, but there's such a thing as “Netflix cheating” , and it's rampant through our society. According to a new study released today by Netflix, nearly half (46 per cent) of streaming couples around the world have “cheated” on ...

There are 5 types of 'Netflix cheaters', which one are you? - JOE

There's something nice about watching an entire TV series with a loved one, but it can also lead to friction in a relationship. Netflix have a new survey that reveals 46% of streaming couples around the world are watching ahead of their partners and ...

Spoiler alert: Nearly half of Netflix watchers 'cheat' on their significant other - USA TODAY

Is nothing, even television, sacred anymore? A Netflix survey says just about half of U.S. binge-watchers admit to “cheating” on their significant other by jumping ahead on a show they agreed to watch together. The reason why is both unsatisfying as it ...