Can We Guess How Many People Are on Your Netflix Account?

Zoe Samuel

To how many streaming services do you subscribe?

How often do you use a VPN?

What device do you use to stream media to your TV?

How new is your phone?

Where are you in your career?

How did you see movies at home, before you had Netflix?

How many kids do you have?

How many internet-connected devices do you own?

Do you share your Facebook account login and password with anyone?

On how many devices do you watch Netflix?

How many movies do you go to see in the theaters, now?

Do you own any music from before you got your streaming music subscription?

How often did you go to the movie theater before Netflix?

What streaming service do you use to get your music?

With whom do you share your online shopping account login and password?

Have you ever engaged in digital piracy?

What was your cable package before Netflix?

In what industry do you work?

What is your cable package now?

Have you ever had a reciprocal relationship with sharing streaming memberships with a friend or loved one?

Do you share your bank account login info with anyone?

At what stage of life did you get your Netflix membership?

Who pays for your Netflix subscription?

How many roommates have you had?

Do you still own any movies on DVD, etc.?

Other than Netflix, what is your top streaming service?

What would make you consider dropping Netflix?

How many romantic partners (to whom you were not married) have you lived with?

What is your marital status now?

Have you ever been hacked?

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About This Quiz

Netflix has been around since 1997, but its cultural impact wasn't felt until fairly recently. When it began, Netflix was essentially an alternative to Blockbuster Video. Members would create a queue of movies, the first one or three of which would ship to the member's home, where the member could watch as many times as they liked, and then return the DVD when finished. Then, in 2007, Netflix shook the world. For the first time, it offered streaming for a small selection of movies, over the internet to personal computers. The service soon evolved, becoming the core of the business. Today, many Netflix members have abandoned broadcast and cable TV altogether. Then there are the imitators. Amazon Prime. Hulu. Acorn. Bibble. There are so many of these, that you probably didn't realize we just made up that last one, and by the time you finish reading this, it is entirely likely that there will be a new streaming service called Bibble after all.

One of the major changes to how we consume media is that the Netflix membership can be shared, to be used on multiple devices at the same time. This means parents and kids, couples and room mates can share passwords. But what do you do when you break up with your ex, get a new roommate, and never see your parents because they live far away? With how many people do you share your membership? We think we can guess it.

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