American viewers don't give a hoot about spoilers, a study from Netflix has discovered. So with that in mind, it's set up a website dedicated to disclosing closely guarded plot details from some of its biggest hitters.
Head to spoilers.netflix.com and you can watch as many spoilers as you can shake a remote control at.
Want to know what happens at the end of 'Breaking Bad' but don't fancy sitting through all five seasons? This is the website for you. Maybe you want to know who wins at the end of 'Rocky'? Ditto.
The website asks you twice if you want to proceed, so you can't say they didn't warn you.
Once you're in, you'll see a random clip from a film or TV show that gives away a major plot point. Hit See Another Spoiler, and you can watch another at random.
You can also take a quiz entitled What Kind of Spoiler Are You? Maybe you accidentally spill the beans, or take great delight in letting the cat out of the bag.
And you can see which spoilers are most shared online. 'The Graduate' tops the list with 87 per cent, joint first with 'Ghostbusters' and 'Cool Runnings'.
So there you have it. If you want to ruin a show or film for yourself, get clicking.