How to convince your people to watch your show on Netflix

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You sit down to watch a show after the day. The TV is turned on and set to Netflix.

Do you want to watch something funny?

No.

Do you want to watch a documentary?

No.

Do you want to watch a movie?

No.

Do you want to watch a show?

No.

Before you throw the remote control across the room, maybe you can use one of these fun flow charts to help convince somebody to watch the same show you want to watch. Because, yes, it’s a challenge.

The girls love watching cooking shows, but sometimes they try to convince us to watch. I cab see them using this on us. (Note…there is no tuna casserole every night. And the 8 year old loves to cook!) Maybe Chef’s Table is what you want to watch. You don’t have to know how to whip up a 5-star meal to watch someone else do it.

Chef s Table Flowchart

I’m the one that needs a little convincing. I’m a tougher sell for dramatic cartoons. I think Mr. Serious would use the My S.O. option.

Need to convince someone to travel to a galaxy far, far away with you? Hyperdrive below for a map that will take your kids, spouse or parents from a padawan to a jedi master.

Rogue One Flowchart

We’ve all yet to check out Trollhunters, but I’ve heard nothing but good things. Maybe they should add a “myself” section to the chart.

Cartoons are not just for kids. If that’s not working for you, let this guide be the trick up your sleeve to getting a loved one to join you on an legendary trip to Trollmarket and beyond.

Trollhunters Flowchart

How do you persuade your kids, significant other, or even your own parents to watch something new on Netflix? Or, on the flip side, your kids learned it from the best. What have they convinced you to watch?

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