Netflix is cracking down on password sharing, and you might have to pay a little more for users outside your household. They’ll be testing the price increase in three countries — Chile, Costa Rica and Peru. The move also brings privacy concerns into question: How does Netflix know when you’re home or not?

“The Power of the Dog” director Jane Campion came under fire following her comments during the Critics Choice Awards, where she referenced Venus and Serena Williams in her acceptance speech for best director: “Venus and Serena, you’re such marvels. However, you don’t play against the guys, like I have to.” It led to the Oscar contender issuing an apology, which came one day after she responded to Sam Elliott’s criticism of her film.

Oscar voting is now open after Netflix dominated the BAFTA and Critics Choice ceremonies, where “The Power of the Dog” nabbed the top prize. So will Netflix finally win the Academy’s most coveted honor in an unpredictable season coming to a close, or does Apple Original Films’ “CODA” or Focus Features’ “Belfast” still have a chance at goal?

Clayton Echard’s run as “The Bachelor” had a dramatic conclusion, and #BachelorNation is more than critical of some of his decisions during a season that had many “I love yous” and rendezvous with more than one woman leading up to the finale.

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