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by Kevin Jagernauth
February 19, 2014 2:28 PM
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We've all been there—scrolling and scrolling through Netflix's vast online catalog, without ever settling on something to watch. Well, the streaming giant has finally launched a plan for those of us who don't have time to actually sit around and watch movies.

For $5, you can now sign up for the "Browse Endlessly" subscription, an option that gives you access Netflix's wide array of programming, but without the stress of having to choose what to watch. The program already has some heavy hitters in support. "Netflix's new plan is perfect for the person who heard my movie was pretty good a few years ago, and would like to see it, but not enough to actually sit down and watch it," Steven Soderbergh said.

Sounds great. Check out The Onion's report below. 

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6 Comments

  • Tyrone | August 2, 2014 4:08 PMReply

    Can someone read this story and actually think it is true?

  • Nick | February 23, 2014 5:28 AMReply

    All the stories on the onion are fake.

  • shark | February 20, 2014 12:03 AMReply

    M. Sanders, James, you are both colossally stupid, humorless dingbats.

  • James | February 22, 2014 8:55 PM

    The point wasn't that this particular article is difficult to distinguish as satire. I'm not a moron, Shark. The point is I can see this as the beginning of a slide down a very slippery slope. Reality and The Onion are already difficult enough to distinguish. If a site dedicated solely to legit stories up till now starts randomly mixing satirical articles like this in, every day will be like April Fool's Day and it'll be impossible to know what to trust here. Legit outlets don't run satirical stories not because they're not funny, but because it's inappropriate. I hope this site recognizes that and no more of these stories appear. I've trusted the site for years and check it regularly. I'd hate to have to look elsewhere for industry news I can trust.

  • M. Sanders | February 19, 2014 7:18 PMReply

    You need to say up front that this is an ONION ARTICLE... I was confused what this was. IT'S A JOKE!

  • James | February 19, 2014 5:26 PMReply

    While I get that this is satire, it might help to note that somewhere. This is a reputable site, but one that's known for its fun and snarky voice at times. If people are always having to figure out whether a snarky article is even true, that could cause a lot of confusion.

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