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Finally, now we can turn off autoplay on Netflix on Previews and Trailers as well as we can disable the Next Episode function when watching TV Shows. While a lot of people love some of these two functions on Netflix, thousands if not millions do not. Especially the preview of a movie or TV show when you browse through the library with autoplay of the trailer is sometimes very annoying. But thankfully now we can disable this autoplay feature on Netflix and truly control the autoplay functions.

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Netflix has finally made a change that millions of people have been asking for! Now you can turn off autoplay on netflix, the function of trailers from the main menu as well as the next episode function.

This is a great thing for anyone who’s spent any time with Netflix. Something as simple as loading Netflix kicks off the autoplay function, automatically starting whatever shows or movies Netflix chooses to highlight on the home screen. The same could be said for when a show or movie ends — Netflix automatically starts playing whatever is next in a series and, if what you watched isn’t part of a series, automatically starts playing something else of Netflix’s choosing.

But all of this now can be disabled / turned off easily from the settings of each Netflix user profile. Let’s see how below, on an internet browser as well as on the Android app.

Turn Off Autoplay On Netflix Using An Internet Browser

  1. Log-in into your Netflix account
  2. Go to Account, under your profile picture
  3. Under “My Profile” select Playback Settings
Turn Off Autoplay On Netflix Playback Settings

4. Now choose if you want to have autoplay off for previews, next episode or both.

Turn Off Autoplay On Netflix Internet Browser

Turn Off Autoplay On Netflix Using The Android App

1. Open the Netflix app on your Android Smartphone.

2. Select your profile.

3. Select the More Option.

Turn Off Autoplay On Netflix Account Settings

4. And now Account

5. Now under Profile select Playback Settings

Turn Off Autoplay On Netflix Android app

6. Now choose if you want to have autoplay off for previews, next episode or both.

Troubleshooting

If for some reason this fails, then you will need to use a computer with the previous method inside an Internet Browser.

More Streaming Apps Like Netflix

Are you looking for more Android streaming apps? Then make sure to visit our dedicated section with Android Downloads. Also, a great tip for more content on netflix, try using a VPN and set country as USA. In this way you will have the full library of Netflix with amazing collection of Movies and TV Shows!

TOP 5 Trailer Of The Upcoming Movies & TV Shows

If you follow this website for some time, then one thing is for sure we all have in common: We love movies and tv shows. And this week we have some amazing releases of the upcoming movies and tv shows we all gonna love. Since this is just a TOP 5 some movies and tv series maybe missing, please leave a comment if you think we did so below the article.

Bad Boys For Life

Starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence,The Bad Boys Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett are back together for one last ride in the highly anticipated Bad Boys for Life. Joe Pantoliano is still the captain Conrad Howard and the plot looks as amazing as the previous releases. Before watching the new trailer I highly recommend you watch the previous as well, some things are more than connected. Bad boys for life is directed by: Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah. The film comes out on January 17th.

Between Two Ferns: The Movie

Zach Galifianakis and his oddball crew take a road trip to complete a series of high-profile celebrity interviews and restore his reputation. Celebrity cameos include: Matthew Mcconaughey, Will Ferrell, Peter Dinklage, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Rudd, Tiffany Haddish, Brie Larson, Keanu Reeves, Jon Hamm, David Letterman, Jason Schwartzman, Adam Scott, John Cho, Chance the Rapper, Rashida Jones, Hailee Steinfeld, John Legend, Teigen, Tessa Thompson. I do not know about you but I am so excited about this! It comes out on September 20th.

Black Christmas

Director Sophia Takal and writer April Wolfe are rebooting the 1974 horror film Black Christmas. It’s about sorority sisters dealing with a masked killer who maybe turns out to be an entire cult / frat or something like that. It looks like a fun twist on a horror movie. The Universal movie comes out on December 13th 2019.

Waves

The director behind It Comes at Night returns with a very different film: a quiet family drama that’s apparently good enough to shell out Frank Ocean-level money for the trailer. It comes out on November 1st 2019.

Just Mercy

The director of Short Term 12 takes on the story of Walter McMillian, who was wrongly convicted of murder in the 1980s. It has an incredible cast. Starring Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson to name a few. From the Warner Bros Studios the movies comes out on Christmas Day.

Let us know what you think and which is your preferred movies and / or tv show you just can’t wait to watch this fall / winter.