If you’re in a relationship, you’re most likely familiar with the regrettable promise to watch certain TV shows with your partner.
While it may seem like a great idea at first, there’s no telling how schedules might line up and before you know it, you’re left waiting mid-binge, dying to know what happens next.
As it turns out, you’re not alone. According to a study by Netflix, watching a TV show ahead of your partner has become quite the global phenomenon. And in Singapore, around 47% of streaming couples have admitted to it.
While the deed occurs across all genres globally, drama is the most popular for Netflix cheating in Singapore – probably due to all the Mediacorp shows growing up.
If you’re wondering how or when this might occur, around 25% of “Netflix cheating” generally takes place while a partner is asleep. In Singapore however, the majority of Netflix cheaters (69%) prefer to do so when they are home alone.
Here are some useful statistics on Netflix cheating trends in Singapore:
If you’re guilty or simply interested in doing it but not sure how, Netflix has very kindly produced a three-step guide on getting away with it.