These Celebrities Can’t Stop Talking About the Netflix Hit ‘Seaspiracy’

Published by Carolyn Englar.

Following Cowspiracy, Seaspiracy is the latest Netflix documentary to take the internet by storm and show people that if they care about the fate of the ocean and all the sentient beings who live there, they have to stop eating fish.

Over 300,000 whales and dolphins are killed every single year as “bycatch” of industrial fishing. This is just one of the many eye-opening facts viewers learn in Seaspiracy, which is currently the third most popular movie on Netflix and number one in the U.K. From NBA stars to some of the hottest names in film and television, PETA applauds celebrities who are urging fans to learn for themselves about the destructive fishing industry by watching Seaspiracy:

Reality star Kourtney Kardashian told her 115 million Instagram followers that while she’d already given up other kinds of meat, Seaspiracy is inspiring her to keep fish off her plate as well:

Kourtney Kardashian seaspiracy post

The greatest NFL quarterback of all time (yes, we’re talking about Tom Brady) called Seaspiracy “a must watch”:

Tom Brady urges fans to watch Seaspiracy on Netflix

Longtime vegetarian Paul McCartney said that “everyone should watch” the film:

Star of Amazon’s The Underground Railroad Thuso Mbedu encouraged her fans to watch the powerful doc:

Actor and director Zach Braff said that he couldn’t stop thinking about the film:

Teen Mom star Kailyn Lowry encouraged her Instagram followers (all 4 million of them!) to start a dialog about the groundbreaking documentary:

NBA star Kyle Kuzma spoke up for fish with a one-word tweet:

Little Women and Black Widow star Florence Pugh said the documentary sent her to bed “ranting”:

Florence Pugh instagram story about Seaspiracy

Actor and model Patrick Schwarzenegger asked his Twitter followers for thoughts on the powerful film:

Model and former YouTuber Marcus Butler urged his nearly 3 million Twitter followers to watch Seaspiracy and “save the fish”:

2 Broke Girls actor Beth Behrs called Seaspiracy “must watch viewing”:

Film director and activist John Lewis (aka “Bad Ass Vegan”) called Seaspiracy the new Cowspiracy:

The Baby-Sitters Club star (and PETA Libby nominee) Malia Baker was deeply moved by the documentary:

Rock star and proud vegan Bryan Adams urged fans to watch the film and #StopKillingFish:

Model and influencer Lucy Watson reminded fans that there’s nothing safe about “dolphin safe” tuna:

After someone tweeted about eating salmon, Dynasty star Rob Riley urged them to watch Seaspiracy first:

Professional cyclist Chris Froome had his mind blown by the documentary:

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind