Netflix, the adorned love-child of all our internet machinations, could possibly be adding some less-than-favorable new tweaks to the service in the near future.

Motherboard and Cord Cutters have confirmed that the streaming service giant is beginning to at least "experiment" with advertising. The feature, as it stands, would run before and after a user watches something on the service, rather the in-between, but cannot be confirmed whether or not it will actually be implemented.

A third party spokesperson confirmed that Netflix would not be selling third-party ads. Rather, the potential advertising would be focused on the service's original programming like House Of Cards, Orange Is The New Black, and Daredevil, among many others. The party also adds, "as with any Netflix product test, this may never come to all our members."

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