Are you staying in a loveless marriage because you cannot stomach the idea of starting a new Netflix account and losing access to years of adding shows to your list that you will likely never get around to watching? It's okay... Netflix has a solution.

You can now move your Netflix profile with all of the many algorithmic learnings the streamer has made about your viewing taste. The feature is rolling out to Netflix users and once available for your account, you will receive an email.

Here's how Netflix are selling the feature:

“People move. Families grow. Relationships end. But throughout these life changes, your Netflix experience should stay the same,” Netflix’s blog post announcing the feature reads. “Today, we’re launching Profile Transfer, a feature that lets people using your account transfer a profile — keeping the personalized recommendations, viewing history, My List, saved games, and other settings — when they start their own membership.”

Of course, the feature isn't really about failed relationships - it is more about Netflix making it easier to get people to move to paying for their own accounts amid a password sharing crackdown.

A helpful feature nontheless.

It’s Not a Netflix Password Crackdown — It’s a Profile Transfer!
The new feature, which allows people to transfer data from their profile onto a new account, has begun its rollout.
  • Fox has renewed animated show Grimsburg for a second season. The show features the handsome voice of Jon Hamm and is yet to debut its first episode. Read: THR
  • Julianne Moore will star in the Sky/AMC co-production Mary & George, a period drama about child murderer Mary Villiers. Read: Sky
  • Harrison Ford will replace William Hurt as the MCU's General Ross in what I guess is a spin-off from the Falcon & The Winter Soldier TV show, Captain America 4. Read: THR
  • Comcast is shutting down gamer cable channel G4 (again) following a relaunch just over a year ago. Apparently the kids aren't watching cable anymore... Read: Deadline
  • CSI creator Anthony Zuiker is working for conservative local broadcast TV network Sinclair to create a mix of original programming and to oversee documentaries repurposing local news footage for sale. Read: Variety
  • Dan Levy will make his feature directing debut with Netflix film Good Grief. Read: Indiewire
  • Streamer Peacock has unveiled interactive elements for viewers of its show The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip. Read: The Streamable

Tulsa King debuts Nov 13 on Paramount+.

The rather good Tim Minchin show Upright returns to Australia's Foxtel for season 2 on Nov 15.

Nov 17 has the HBO Max debut of the sequel to 1983 film A Christmas Story. It is titled A Christmas Story Christmas. Baffling.

Why anyone would willingly sit down to watch James Corden in something is a confusing concept to me, but if you are into such things, he stars in new Amazon Prime Video series Mammals, which debuts Nov 11.

Ahead of the season finale of House of The Dragon comes this trailer.

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