And if episodes are auto-playing for you, in many cases the opening sequence will be skipped automatically.
The fix has always been obvious: Netflix needs a button that lets you skip the credits. The shortcut has yet to make its way onto the Netflix app.
'We're finding these clusters of people and then we're figuring out who is like you, who enjoys these kinds of things, and then we're mixing and matching those, ' Mr Yellin said. Netflix is introducing a "skip intro" button. There's no word yet on when or if the feature will be available to all users. It is, however, still unclear whether the said button is available for all shows on the platform.
And that isn't the only new feature that Netflix is testing out.
Also in the news of Netflix, the firm announced that it is ditching the five-star movie ratings in favor of a Facebook-style system using thumbs up and down.
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Netflix said to PCMag via a written statement, "Given that star ratings have traditionally been used to indicate quality in entertainment, members were sometimes confused about how to think about rating a title".
As it so happens, I never skip the credits - there is an art to the title sequence, and even the mediocre ones these days still establish a mood.
Netflix has already tested its new ratings system on a select number of users.
There's no more painful first-world problem than having to always sit through the opening credits when you're binge-watching a show.
Stop judging, Netflix! You can't have it both ways!