In this photo illustration the Netflix logo is seen on September 19, 2014 in Paris, France.

If you share your Netflix log-in info with other people, you are definitely not alone. A new survey from Leichtman Research Group found that one-third of participants admitted to sharing their Netflix password with someone else.

The survey asked 4,400 people with 64% of respondents saying that they only use their Netflix accounts in their own households.

With around 74 million subscribers, Netflix is streamed by almost 70% of U.S. households. Currently, the company spends $18 million annually just on programming.

However, according to Deadline, password-sharing has cost the company billions in revenue. Billions which the company says, they need to “invest in great new TV and films for our members.” Netflix announced earlier this month that it was testing out monthly fees for password-sharing.

The users most likely to share passwords are, of course, us. That is, millennials and Gen Z. The study showed that 34% of adults ages 18-34 have at least one streaming service fully paid for by someone else. This is compared to 14% of adults 35 and older.

Do you share your Netflix password? Do you think it is unfair to charge for password-sharing?

Source: Deadline

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Lexi's Non-Spoiler Review of Netflix's 'Bridgerton' Season 2

  • Lust, Love, or Just a Role?

    Quite like the first season, some obligations seem to come before finding love for the characters in the spotlight this season. Although, as we learned last time, love conquers all, be assured it does this season as well. Some characters are forced to shift how they see love and relationships, but you come to see why they view them the way they do. This season gives you a new respect for these characters, and allows you to really see their hearts.

  • The Freedom of Anonymity

    One main theme of all of Bridgerton is the dichotomy between constantly being under the spotlight, as for some characters like Daphne, and cherishing the power of being unknown or anonymous, as Penelope is as Lady Whistledown. The author’s identity was revealed last season so hopefully you already know that much. This season, Penelope will struggle with using the power she has as an influential author. And with power comes enemies, as the Queen searches even harder to reveal her identity this season. Yikes!

  • Taking Charge Of Your Life

    Multiple characters struggle with making decisions for themselves this season. While some are constantly being fed what to do by others, others see no choice but to base their decisions on their duty to the family.

    Eventually, all of them, while making some mistakes along the way, come to better themselves by taking charge of their own decisions, and their own lives. While frustrating to watch some of the mistakes they make, it is refreshing and rewarding to see at the end, the way they have grown from the circumstances.

  • Overall

    Obviously, the season came out on Friday and I’m writing this review on Monday because I did binge it throughout my weekend….and I have absolutely no regrets. I would do the same thing again, and I suggest you do as well, dear Reader. While the middle of this season becomes a bit chaotic and frustrating to watch, it is still enchanting and it is definitely worth coming to the end. While some ends are left loose, leading to another season, the ending will leave you feeling like you’ve been swept off your feet watching another beautiful romance bloom.