As any avid fan of TV shows and movies will tell you, spoilers are just the absolute worst.
We freely admit that we're guilty of dropping you a few spoilers and not telling you fine folk because we're idiots, but a recent report has revealed that Google may be making it a thing of the past.
According to a patent application lodged by the Internet giant, their plan is to simultaneously track your viewing records with your browser history and block you from viewing potential spoilers.
In a nutshell, it would work something along the lines of AdBlock or any other add-on for Google's browser, Chrome.
The add-on would essentially determine how far along you are in, say, House of Cards, and cross-reference what you've seen to what you could potentially land upon.
It's all theory at the moment, but it's interesting to see how Google are responding to people's viewing habits.
As we mentioned, it's primarily for TV, but the idea would extend to film as well.
The idea of Google tracking what you watch on Netflix or any other service is a little creepy, we think, but there's clearly a demand.
Otherwise, Google wouldn't be coming up with it.
Imagine if there were programmers or coders checking what you've watched?
LOOK, WE WATCHED ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING AS A JOKE ALRIGHT? IT JUST CAME ON AND WE ENDED UP WATCHING IT, GOOGLE. STOP WITH THE JUDGING.