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Meyers has been ruthless in his spotlight on US President Donald Trump on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers

Netflix introduces the & # 39; skip politics & # 39; for anyone who doesn't want to hear jokes about President Trump in the new stand-up comedy by Seth Meyers

  • With the new stand-up Lobby Baby from Seth Meyers, users can skip jokes & # 39;
  • Netflix has the interactive option as a & # 39; joke & # 39; made to add the humor of the show
  • Meyers is known for making jokes at the expense of US President Donald Trump
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With Netflix, users can skip past political jokes while watching a program by pressing the & # 39; skip politics & # 39; to push.

For some, the idea of ​​hearing another joke at the expense of US President Donald Trump is too much to go through.

Now, thanks to Seth Meyers and his new stand-up special Lobby Baby, viewers don't have to stand up to politics if they find them tiring.

Meyers has been ruthless in his spotlight on US President Donald Trump on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers

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Meyers has been ruthless in his spotlight on US President Donald Trump on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers

Jokes with political content can now be zoomed in with the click of a button thanks to the new interactive display option from Netflix.

The introduction of the new button & # 39; skip politics & # 39; was coined by the talk show host Seth Meyers, from NBC & # 39; s Late Night and previously Saturday Night Live.

He told CNN: & I realized that because it was on Netflix, there would be a possibility of introducing technology that would allow people to skip it.

The introduction of the new & # 39; button skip politics & # 39; was created by the talk show host Seth Meyers for people who don't want to hear jokes about Donald Trump (photo)

The introduction of the new & # 39; button skip politics & # 39; was created by the talk show host Seth Meyers for people who don't want to hear jokes about Donald Trump (photo)

The introduction of the new & # 39; button skip politics & # 39; was created by the talk show host Seth Meyers for people who don't want to hear jokes about Donald Trump (photo)

& # 39; It was a way to build the answer in to anyone who would say, "Oh, let me guess there will be jokes about the president."

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Meyers added that the button is just another & # 39; other joke & # 39; was in the show for him and he does not expect people to use him.

The interactive technology was previously used by Netflix in the Black Mirror episode Bandersnatch, where users could choose a storyline and determine the course of the show.

Acting like the existing & # 39; skip intro button & # 39 ;, the simple edit makes viewing easier for those who may have skipped past political jokes.

Robbie Praw, Netflix's stand-up comedy director, told CNN: & # 39; We are excited (Meyers) has been able to take advantage of the Netflix experience in such a funny and innovative way. & # 39;

Lobby Baby will premiere on Tuesday and is expected to contain some humor based on Trump.

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Cordcutting.com calculated figures from Netflix earlier this year and found that members spend even less time reading, relaxing and thinking or exercising than doing binging.

The average subscriber spends one hour and 40 minutes a day binge-watching, which is compared to the 38 minutes a day they & # 39; socialize and communicate & # 39 ;.

This statistic suggests that Netflix fans spend twice as much time on the couch with their remote control than hanging out with friends.

The average American training sessions are only 17 minutes a day, so according to the calculations, Netflix members spend about six times more surfing through movie and show titles.

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