Samsung’s Self-Hypnosis Website So You Can Forget Your Favorite TV Shows and Watch Them Again

Everybody has their own favorite television show. Maybe you only have one or two, or maybe you have a handful of shows that you really love to watch. Most of us have had that special television series that we love so much and we just can’t wait for it to air each week. Unfortunately, there are a couple of problems with this.

The first problem might occur if your favorite TV show simply doesn’t air quickly enough to suit your needs. Maybe you love the show so much that you just can’t stand to wait until next week in order to watch the next one. What are you to do when the show only airs once a week and you can’t stream it on Netflix and binge watch an entire season at a time?

The other problem occurs when your favorite show goes off the air. This is enough to make some people shed real tears. Even those types that like to claim they’re tough and couldn’t care less about something as silly as a TV show are usually off in the corner somewhere, claiming they have something in their eye. It’s odd that this always coincides with the series finale of their favorite show. Once it’s all over, what are you supposed to do? Sure, you can watch your favorite TV series over and over again, but at some point, it’s going to get rather mundane when you know every single line before the actors even say it.

Given these two problems, what are you supposed to do when you’re not willing to give up your favorite TV show, yet you can’t see continuing to watch the same episodes over and over again? It turns out, you’re in luck. Samsung has recently developed a website called Unspoilme and it is designed to guide you through a hypnosis program that will help you forget the shows that you’ve already watched so you can watch them as many times as you want. Every time you watch an episode, it’s supposed to be like seeing it for the first time all over again.

Does this really work? That’s a question that you will have to answer for yourself. Hypnosis in general is a topic that’s been hotly debated for decades and it doesn’t look like that debate is going away anytime in the near future. Some people swear that it works and others claim they’ve attempted to be hypnotized numerous times with little or no success. Maybe it simply depends on the individual. The point is, it gives you an option if you want to keep loving your favorite TV show, yet you don’t want to know what’s going to happen before it happens every time.

Right now, it’s too early to tell how many people are actually going to utilize this website, much less how well it will work. With that being said, it is a rather interesting idea. After all, there isn’t a person alive that doesn’t have a favorite show out there somewhere and sooner or later, every show gets canceled. It’s always fun to revisit an old favorite but it’s even more fun if you don’t already know everything that’s going to happen from one minute to the next.

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