Netflix is currently one of the most popular OTT platforms with over a million users thanks to its quality shows and movies.
On Tuesday, Netfix announced that it had lost over a million subscribers in a decade due to the password sharing feature.
The company announced that it will charge customers an added monthly fee for people who share their login credentials beginning in early 2023.
It is currently running in Latin America and charges extra fees for "extra user" subaccounts, or users outside of your immediate household who use your login to access the service.
Netflix has not yet announced new pricing for users who share passwords, but according to reports, it will cost you around $3-4 per month.
Basically, if they don't also live with you, every listing on the "Who's Watching?" screen will cost you more money.