Netflix Is Making Your Partner Cheat On You
Netflix is good for your relationship, apparently
Watching TV together can be good for couples
So it may not be quite as romantic as watching the stars, but watching Netflix together might actually be good for your relationship.
According to a study by the University of Aberdeen, the more films and series that a couple have watched together, the happier and more committed they are.
In fact, the researchers found that time spent watching box sets together is linked with ‘greater independence, closeness and confidence’ in a relationship, so it’s no surprise that 71% of 18-29 year olds think that .
In the study, lead author Dr Sarah Gomillion quotes Piper Kerman, a.k.a Taylor Schilling’s character inOrange is the New Blackas a way of illustrating the power of watching TV together.
‘Promise me you’re not watchingMad Menwithout me… that when I get out of here, we’re going to binge watch it, together, in bed, with take out,’ says Taylor to her husband.
‘Of all the hardships she endures while incarcerated in federal prison, Piper, a character from the Netflix seriesOrange Is the New Black, seems especially disturbed that she could not watch a television show,Mad Men, with her fiancé, Larry. Why would Piper long to ‘binge watch’Mad Menwith Larry?’ asks Dr Gomillion. The answer, she says, is in her research.
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