Netflix announced their largest price-hike in their 12-year history, and their second increase in 15 months.
The most popular subscription most people have will go from $11 per month to $13 and the lowest plan will go from $8 to $9.
There is a high plan that has ultra-high definition and it will jump from $14 to $16.
So most people will be paying another $2 a month, or $24 a year.
The rate change will be phased in over the next three months for all current customers. And it'll be immediate for any new subscribers.
A lot of people are furious on social media but we all know that most probably won't cancel.