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Netflix is really concerned about the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for 18 days

This is both funny and creepy.

princ3 Source: Netflix

A FEW WEEKS back, a new Netflix original film called A Christmas Prince dropped – and it’s already become something of a cult classic thanks to its over-the-top romance and kitschy one-liners.

It tells the story of journalist Amber Moore, who is sent to the foreign nation of “Aldovia” to cover a press conference featuring the crown prince Richard:

Source: Netflix/YouTube

Even the people who hate it can’t get enough of it

And last night Netflix US revealed a startling statistic: 53 people have watched A Christmas Prince *every day* for the past 18 days

That’s… a lot of consecutive viewings

achristmas Source: Netflix

Netflix’s tweet has already amassed 20,000 retweets in a few hours.

The reactions are mostly split between laughing along with the 53 people and being creeped out that Netflix is watching you at all times

It became a cathartic moment for those wishing to own up to their A Christmas Prince addiction

uhoh23 Source: @madisonhedding3

This is the future now – and it’s really weird

But, is it even a real stat? Or made up for those sweet, sweet retweets

Everyone knows that Netflix analyses their viewers’ habits, but now we’re getting public updates

Just checking in to make sure everyone is OK

abel2 Source: Twitter

To the 53 people: enjoy day 19 of A Christmas Prince. You’re on quite a run.

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