I do not understand the concept of such. At all.
How does knowledge of what will happen in a book, television show, or movie, in any way “spoil” it?
It truly doesn’t make any sense to me.
When you love a book, show, or movie most people often read or watch it over and over again throughout the course of their life. Yet such people do not lament the fact that they already know what will happen in such. So why is it different for the first time you read or watch something?
I don’t get it. Not at all.
I love to know before hand. To me, it actually enables me to enjoy something more. Often time, I like a movie or show or book more the second or third time precisely because I know what will happen.
I still remember looking for spoilers about the final episodes of Deep Space 9 back in 1999. I still remember reading the synopsis for Star Trek: Insurrection in February of 1998. I even provided the internet with spoilers for a few episodes of Voyager’s 6th and 7th seasons after meeting cast members at conventions.
I know I’m in the minority on this one, but… it’s how I feel. How I’ve felt for a long time.
There is no such thing as a “spoiler” for me. Never will be. Cause knowing things in advance doesn’t spoil it for me. It enhances it.