Attention Netflix password sharers: Your days to give someone outside your household free access to your account are numbered.

The streaming platform announced on wednesday it would begin charging subscribers in a handful of countries to add up to two additional users who do not live in the same household to their account.

For now, the option to purchase additional subscriptions is rolling out in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal, and Spain.

And shared plans are only available to members using Standard ($15.49/month) and Premium ($19.99/month) subscriptions.

The official announcement confirms it. recent reports Users pointed out that Netflix was ready to enforce the new sharing rules.

In its latest release, Netflix reiterated a previous estimate that more than 100 million households have shared their accounts with others, something the company says is «affecting our ability to invest in new TV shows and movies.»

The company said the new sharing restrictions would not affect users’ ability to watch on a new or separate device they have access to, such as a TV in a hotel or vacation rental.

But the company’s message about the sharing restriction is clear.

«A Netflix account is meant for one household,» he says.