Netflix Breaking Bad Spoiler Foiler
Considering no one can shut up about Breaking Bad, Netflix helps us avoid any spoilers on Twitter.
The latest season of Breaking Bad has just finished in America and, as usual, no one can shut up about it. Luckily, for those of us who haven't caught up yet (yeah, yeah, I'll get round to it. Stop shouting at me), Netflix have launched a rather handy Spoiler Foiler.
Simply log in with Twitter and watch as all those TV ruining bastards are slathered with black bars. This is only around until the 4th October so get watching.
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