Re: I think the point here was that netflix intentionally
Great examples, let me explain:
"Word" (and "Office") are not trademarks. Only the icons for that application are trademarked, but the names were refused due to being common words.
"Windows" is a trademark in the specific, limited context of computer operating systems.
"Safari" is a trademark in the specific, limited context of a software application/program.
So it is entirely plausible that "Choose Your Own Adventure" might be declared a trademark in the context of books, but not streaming video (can one confuse the two?). Or that it's a common phrase and the trademark is invalid (do you have a dyson hoover?), or that it's trademarked in the context of arts and entertainment and Netflix are breaching it.
There will be much legal argument, and lawyers will make a lot of money.