Netflix Just Trolled 53 Users for Watching ‘A Christmas Prince’ 18 Days in a Row

If you have yet to indulge in Netflix’s first original holiday film, A Christmas Prince, then the streaming service’s latest data collection will surely convince you of its importance.

Ever since A Christmas Prince premiered on November 17, the internet can’t seem to get over the flick and all of its Hallmark Channel potential. While some viewers called it an instant holiday classic, others provided more, er, truthful responses and referred to it as awful yet brilliant. (You know, just your average rom-com.)

So naturally, Netflix took to its official Twitter handle to not only defend the film but also publicize the viewing habits of 53 dedicated subscribers.

Twitter users were quick to respond to the streaming service for so blatantly sharing its data with the public, writing, “Why are you calling people out like that Netflix?” Netflix’s response? “I just want to make sure you’re okay.”

Thanks for your concern, Netflix, but we’re good, boo.


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Greta Heggeness is a California-based editor at PureWow and has been writing about entertainment since 2015. She covers everything from awards shows to exclusive celebrity...