Hey there! So, guess what? That quirky, funny, and adorable girl that you love, Jess from New Girl, is leaving Netflix soon! Yep, you read it right! Netflix has been having a tough time lately, with all those layoffs, cancellations, and even that lame attempt to stop password sharing. I mean, who would ever want to share their password with someone else, right?
Anyway, back to the topic. Forbes Australia was the first to report on the password-sharing stipulations that went viral on social media. Netflix users were required to log into their account from their primary WiFi network once a month, or else they’d get locked out of their own account. Like, seriously, Netflix? What if people went on vacation or something? They’d have to come back to a locked-out account and ask for a temporary log-in code that only lasts for seven days! What a hassle!
But don’t worry, folks. Netflix’s anonymous source said that it was just a mistake and that the rule only applied to Chile, Costa Rica, and Peru. Phew, crisis averted! And to make things better, Netflix has even announced a “paid sharing option.” Wow, what a revolutionary idea! I wonder if they’ll call it “Netflix Plus” or “Netflix Premium.”
But wait, there’s more! If you’re a die-hard New Girl fan, you’ll be pleased to know that the show isn’t leaving the streaming world forever. In fact, it’s heading to a new pasture – Hulu and Peacock! All 146 episodes of the show will be available for streaming on both platforms starting April 17th. So, who needs Netflix anyway, am I right?
In conclusion, let’s just say that Netflix’s loss is Hulu’s and Peacock’s gain. And as for New Girl, well, Jess and her gang will always find a way to make us laugh and smile, no matter which streaming platform they end up on. Cheers to that!