PUBLISHED: 13:04, Wed, Sep 16, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:04, Wed, Sep 16, 2020
The Social Dilemma is a new one-off show which is part documentary and part drama. The series follows social media experts who raise alarm bells about their own experiences. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about how to watch The Social Dilemma.
The Social Dilemma was initially released in January 2020 in the US, but the docu-drama has since grown in popularity since it started airing elsewhere around the world in September.
The one-off show originally aired at the Sundance Film Festival in America, but Netflix picked up the insightful piece on September 9.
Since the documentary was made available across the rest of the world, it has become one of the most talked-about pieces of television and is currently in the top 10 on Netflix.
Sadly the show is not available to watch on any other streaming platform at this time - including Prime Video, Hulu, Apple TV and others.
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The Social Dilemma: Sophia Hammons plays the fictional character Isla (Image: Netflix)
Fans will need access to a Netflix account to be able to watch the social media documentary online, and they will be able to download the show to watch on the go.
Fans in the US can get a basic Netflix account for $8.99 a month, whereas fans in the UK will have to pay £8.99 for the same deal.
The Netflix app can be downloaded on most devices including phones, smart TVs and tablets to name a few, so there are plenty of ways to watch the show.
There is nothing to say the docu-drama will be added to any other streaming platform or live TV channel any time soon.
The film delves into the prominence of social media in our lives and the damage it has caused. It also explores how social networking sites have been used in politics, in the spreading conspiracy theories and fake news, and more.
The Social Dilemma: The documentary is about the impacts of social media (Image: Netflix)
Experts and founders of some of the most-used social media platforms around the world have contributed to the show, which runs for 90 minutes.
Google expert Tristan Harris