Gwyneth Paltrow's notorious lifestyle and "contextual commerce" website Goop officially has a Netflix show in the works. Yes, despite the brand's disreputable history of making fake health claims, it's getting its own wellness "docuseries."

In 2017, a media watchdog group filed a formal complaint with more than 50 examples of Paltrow's Goop making "deceptive health and disease-treatment claims to promote products in violation of the law." It got to the point at which the company was forced to hire its first fact-checker. Yes, I said first. Considering that last year Paltrow claimed to have invented yoga, this seemed necessary.

Needless to say, people are not pleased with Netflix's deal with Goop and are definitely not afraid to voice their opinions.

Gwyneth Paltrow, who recently (literally) ran into someone while skiiing and went about her day, just got her own Netflix series!

Seriously, Paltrow was just sued last week by a man who claims that she ran him down on a slope in Park City, Utah, in February 2016, and then just "skied away."

Now, she won't be acting in the upcoming series. Instead, it'll be a documentary-style show about her widely criticized lifestyle brand Goop.

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According to Variety, the Goop team "will utilize experts, doctors, and researchers to examine issues relating to physical and spiritual wellness."

Goop's content team of about 20 people will work on the Netflix series, which will focus on "the aesthetics and quality of storytelling surrounding issues like mental, physical, and sexual health."

In other words, it'll be a bunch of pseudoscience bulls**t, like most of Goop's website, but it'll look pretty.

Making unsubstantiated claims — like how medicine is bad, crystals can heal you, and you should stick eggs in your vagina — has gotten Paltrow in trouble before. So, it's pretty risky for Netflix to partner with the sketchy company.

"We don’t need to promote alternative health and pseudoscience trends pushed by celebrity endorsements. We have actual medical professionals who use evidence-based scientific methods — make a TV show out of that instead!" Dr. Michelle Dickinson said on Twitter.

People are already joking about the potential episode titles.

"'Breathe Your Way To Insufferability,' 'Water: It's A Food Now,' and 'Are You Thinner Than A Broom?'" one user joked on Twitter. 

Some are bringing up that time Paltrow claimed that she invented yoga. Yes, she's that out of touch with reality.

"Will it be a documentary about how Gwenyth Paltrow gave everyone who works in yoga studios jobs?" one person asked. Wouldn't that be something?

Others can't help but laugh at the whole situation.

"I heard she invented original content," one Twitter user joked about the Netflix x Goop deal.

Shoot, some people even threatened to cancel their Netflix subscriptions over the deal.

"Seriously thinking of canceling my Netflix subscription after they decided to give Gwyneth Paltrow money to start a Goop show," one person said on Twitter, making too much sense.

Although, let's be honest, a lot of people are going to binge the series anyway. 

Granted, it will be a hate-watch kind of show for most of us, but still. Even hate-watching counts as watching!

Fortunately, Dr. Jennifer Gunter — obstetrician-gynecologist and a vocal critic of Goop's health-threatening pseudoscience — is producing her own health-related series. Yay for alternatives!

Gunter said she couldn't reveal many details of the project yet, but told her Twitter followers that she's already shot the first season, which is going through the editing process now.

She said it'll be interesting to see if her show, based on facts, or Paltrow's pseudoscience resonates more with Netflix viewers.

"So you'll be filed under non-fiction, and Goop under fiction?" one of her followers wrote back, making a very good point.

In conclusion, this person took the words out of everyone's mouths.

Goop's Netflix series will hit Netflix this fall. Prepare yourselves.

In addition to the Netflix show, Goop's eponymous podcast is also coming to Delta flights, and the company is developing standalone podcasts with beauty expert Jean Godfrey-June, a food program hosted by an award-winning chef, and a Goop book club featuring author interviews and reviews.

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In other words, Lord help us all.