The rumours are true: Netflix is dropping its star-based rating system in favour of "Thumbs," a new way for you to vote up or down on movies and TV shows that show up on your feed.
The streaming service began testing this feature in 2016, but only with a small number of subscribers.
Starting this week though, Netflix will start rolling it out to all users on its site, mobile apps, gaming consoles, set-top boxes and smart TVs.
In addition to Thumbs, the company is introducing new "percentage match scores," an algorithm that relies on your viewing habits to suggest how much you may be into different titles on the platform.
For example, if you're into dramas series and go to the landing page for a show, you might notice an icon that says it's a 90 or 95 percent match.
That number could also be lower, naturally, depending on what each individual in your account typically watches.