Netflix is watching you…and it has some questions! 53 users have a slightly worrying obsession with new festive film « Taylor Herring

Netflix is watching you…and it has some questions! 53 users have a slightly worrying obsession with new festive film

Posted on December 13th, 2017 Katie Mallion in App PR,brand PR,Comedy,Consumer Electronics PR,Consumer PR,Digital PR,Stunt Of The Day,Television PR.

Everyone has a film or two they have a weird, but perfectly normal and healthy, attachment to – mine include Hot Fuzz, Love Actually, and the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy. Netflix recently distributed a brand new Christmas film, A Christmas Prince, which seems to have diehard fans already!

To sum it up briefly (and without spoilers!), journalist Amber Moore goes undercover posing as a tutor for a young princess to get a story on the crown prince, Richard, but ends up falling in love with him instead! The film gets its festive name for being set around Christmas…

Obviously, some people are bound to enjoy this cute but simple sounding film. Netflix, however, are slightly concerned for a handful of their subscribers. In a light hearted tweet, Netflix asked ‘To the 53 people who’ve watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?’.

The hilarious tweet had some people somewhat worried about Netflix looking at their viewing habits – maybe they had shamefully watched 50 Shades of Grey one too many times!

This isn’t the first time Netflix has shown concern for their subscribers. A redditor recently posted about how he managed to watch the entirety of The Office (U.S) in 5-10 days – that’s a whopping 4 days, 3 hours and 30 minutes of content – and received an email from Netflix asking if he was okay, due to his dramatic increase in viewing activity. No judgement just a friendly check in to see if everything was alright.

While some people were slightly creeped out, it’s normal for websites to track data of their users, and sometimes the weird findings are too priceless to keep to themselves. It’s fantastic to see a big company that actually cares about their subscribers, I just hope that it isn’t revealed how much I actually watch Hot Fuzz!

@Joesharp1996

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