How can I prevent the next episode of a show from playing automatically?
When streaming TV shows or content that has multiple episodes through Netflix.com or on the Netflix app, Netflix's Post-Play feature will give a brief countdown before automatically playing the next episode for you. Some devices will also play related titles we think you'll love once you've viewed all available episodes or after finishing a movie.
To disable Post-Play's autoplay feature on a Netflix profile, navigate to Your Account, click Playback Settings, then uncheck the option to Play next episode automatically. Other Post-Play features will still be enabled -- this setting simply turns off automatic playback of the next episode.
The Post-Play feature is available on many popular devices, including:
- Mac/Windows computer
- Netflix App for Windows 8
- PlayStation 4
- PlayStation 3
- Xbox One
- Xbox 360
- Wii U
- Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later
- Apple iPad 2 or later running Netflix app version 8.0.0 or later and streaming over Wi-Fi
- Apple iPhone 4S or later running Netflix app version 8.0.0 or later and streaming over Wi-Fi
- Apple TV
- ...and many more!
How do I use Post-Play?
Note: The above image is taken from a computer. The Post-Play feature on other devices may look slightly different.
|1. Closing Credits
To continue watching the credits, simply click on them.
|2. Next Episode
To begin the next episode immediately, click on the play button.
|3. Back to Browse
Select Back to Browse to go back to browsing the Netflix library.
|4. More Episodes
Select More Episodes to browse other episodes in that series.
|Prompt to continue
Post-Play will play two episodes, then prompt you to confirm that you're still watching.