Parents cannot stop thanking Netflix for making their New Year's night: See how

Now with Netflix you can countdown to the 'midnight' earlier than the actual one.

Netflix has made the NYE easier for parents. Reuters

Netflix is all about delighting its viewers and therefore has released a series of videos counting down to 2017. Its the most clever and deceptive way to put the kids to bed before the clock actually and officially hits twelve.

The kids get exhausted and find it difficult to keep their eyes open till 11 but they keep springing anxiously for they don't feel like missing the final celebrations. The parents can now play the clever and caring game by making the "midnight" as early as they wish.

The tradition that began last year by the American entertainment company has grown and become big this time featuring more shows and videos. While last year's shows included Care Bears & Cousins, Inspector Gadget and Puffin Rock, viewers can now enjoy their favourite shows like Word Party, Beat Bugs, Puffin Rock and even Fuller House way before the clock officially strikes 12:00 a.m.

Because Netflix understands that putting your kids to bed on the New Year night before the clock hits twelve is like wishing for a genie to pop out of the bottle. So play the countdown clock according to the time you want your endearing little ones to be in the bed and become the Boss of your own home!

Andy Yeatman, Director of Kids Content for Netflix shared the viewer's concern. The director reportedly said, "Netflix is all about giving members the freedom to decide when and how to watch, and the New Year's Eve Countdowns do just that. They put families in charge of the holiday, whether that means celebrating at 9 and then lights out, or ringing in the New Year over and over again."
He added, "I have three young daughters, so for us, that means celebrating three times with three different countdowns they each get to choose."

Netflix with all such heartwarming endeavours just wins over us and has given one more reason to celebrate. Thank You Netflix!

This article was first published on January 1, 2017
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