In an age of Netflix and flexible, on-demand television, the notion of spoilers seems somewhat out-dated.
The proliferation of digital media means that it is always possible to access plot twists ahead of time, however, while social media is often a hotbed of informed rumours and potential narratives.
As if this was not enough, postal brand ParcelsPlease.com recently created a Halloween service that sent spoilers directly to unsuspecting recipients, with people selecting specific television programs to create the utmost disruption.
Even if you didn’t receive an offending parcel, the threat of plot spoilers is one that remains unchecked. So, how can you avoid spoilers and continue to enjoy your favourite shows in peace? Let’s take a look:
Make binge-watching a thing
With Netflix established as the king of on-demand TV, it should come as no surprise that this platform is home to a huge volume of popular shows.
Netflix has also developed a unique way to beat spoilers, by releasing some titles as complete series and allowing viewers to watch them in one sitting.