LET'S STREAM! Netflix is one of the most popular streaming sites for TV and movies. When it comes to your watch list, are you adding Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt or Stranger Things? Tell us your Netflix preferences and we'll guess when you graduated from high school!
While Netflix started booming around 2009, it has been around for much longer than you'd think! Netflix was originally founded in 1997 in California. Rather than having to go to the old Blockbuster or current Red Box to rent DVDs, Netflix was taking the streaming into your home. It was set up as a streaming service that would allow you to watch TV shows and films that Netflix made a deal with. While the company was definitely starting to thrive, in 2013 Netflix started releasing their own popular original programs.
When it comes to Netflix TV shows and movies, what are you watching? Are you binge-watching the entire seasons of Friends or The Office for five hours at a time? Do you prefer their classic black-and-white movies and a few of their documentaries?
Rather than these, you might enjoy Netflix's original series even more. Are you impatiently waiting for new seasons of Orange Is the New Black, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt or House of Cards? Are you a fan of newcomers like Stranger Things or 13 Reasons Why?
Let us into your streaming world! Based on your preferences, can we guess if you're a black-and-white oldie or a Stranger Things-loving millennial?
There's only one way to find out! Let's Netflix and chill!
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