Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, people! Honestly, I can’t blame you if you’re just out and about, laying in bed with ice cream and attempting to binge-watch some of your favorite series. That’s the month of February in a nutshell, I guess.
If you don’t have a date for Valentine’s weekend, Netflix is there to help out! In fact, the 14th of February marks a special date in the Netflix calendar as it is one of the few times the streaming platform is making a show free-to-stream and also available for those who are not subscribed to the platform, but for a limited time.
Until the 9th of March 2020, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before will be free to stream on the streaming giant. No accounts, no subscriptions––just go to the movie’s Netflix page and hit that “play” button and we’re off to the races.
Love is in the air! To celebrate, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is available for anyone without a Netflix account to watch through March 9! pic.twitter.com/mLuHcxlvh7
— Netflix US (@netflix) February 11, 2020
“Love is in the air! To celebrate, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is available for anyone without a Netflix account to watch through March 9,” the tweet says. And I totally agree with how love is really in the air. We love you too, Netflix.
You can take this news in any way you like and not feel guilty about it. From a business perspective, this might just be Netflix’s agenda for the promo run as the sequel is about to come out this week and I think it was super smart to do so. If people who are not subscribed to the platform love the film, then they’d be subscribing in no time to watch the sequel. If Netflix is lucky, those subscribers will be converted into binge-zombies and stay with them forever, like us. It’s a win-win situation for both parties.
This isn’t a first for Netflix and making shows free-to-watch. Apparently, they’ve also made the first episode of The Crown season three’s first episode free in the UK. The first episode of Bard of Blood was also made free for India.