WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS! In fact, it’s pretty much all spoilers.
Are you the kind of person who, when they see Bruce Willis on the screen, can’t stop themselves from nudging the guy next to them, tutting, and saying “He’s dead!”
Or perhaps you’re the kind of movie buff who blurts out spoilers completely by accident? Like when Kevin Spacey turns out to be the bad guy in The Usual Suspects. AHH! Sorry…
Well, Netflix have decided to embrace the phenomenon of the spoiler – those TV and show-ruining tidbits of information we learn by accident that, once heard, cannot be unheard.
Spoilers.netflix.com can diagnose what kind of spoiler you are, tell you which spoilers are public knowledge, and even show you spoilers from random shows and films. You’ll have to be tremendously well-watched to not be spoiled every step of the way.
Ultimately, the site leads you to do the honourable thing: apologise to all those people you’ve ruined Breaking Bad/Gravity/Dawson's Creek Season 6 for. And don't worry if you find saying sorry hard, they've already drafted statements for each and every one of you.