As a citizen of Tennessee, this comes as no surprise whatsoever. Laws here are easily bought -- all one needs is to visit Nashville with a suitcase full of cash and you can have pretty much whatever law you want to. The "Tennessee Waltz" was a joke -- one of my relatives still brags about doing so and none of the people they "donated" to have ever been challenged, much less truly investigated.
And all this from a state which bans pornography, Bingo, etc. for "morality", requires that you carry identification at all times and show it on demand (where are your papers?), considers a BIC lighter "drug paraphernalia", and thinks refusing to consent to a search is "probable cause." It's nuts -- if I didn't have aging parents to think of, I'd move.
Oh, and, yes, I do have a Netflix account and have never even considered sharing the password with anyone outside of my household. I don't share any passwords for anything with anybody. But that still doesn't mean that this law isn't way out of line -- whatever happened to the concept of "punishment to fit the crime?"