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Look Out, Your Partner Might Be “Netflix Cheating” On You

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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:

As shown, the top shows in Singapore for stream cheating to occur include Strange ThingsHouse of Cards and Black Mirror.

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.


Look Out, Your Partner Might Be “Netflix Cheating” On You

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