binge-watch

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binge-watch

To watch multiple episodes of a TV show in one sitting, as on a streaming service. The term alludes to the addictive nature of some shows, especially those that entice the viewer to find out what happens next. I can't believe I spent all day binge-watching that show—it's so addictive! A lot of my friends like to binge-watch their shows, but I like to space them out.
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FOUR out of five Brits binge watch television series, says Ofcom.
YOU may have already seen all of Netflix's Safe since it landed on Thursday - it has Binge Watch written all over it.
Now we seem to live in separate rooms." It was true: we have his and her TV sets for when I watch football or she wants to binge watch Come Dine With Me.
Our advice is to enjoy the music and binge watch when you get home.
Last week I mused that she might just be a tad obsessed with her fiance's late mother - as she used to binge watch videos of the 1981 royal wedding and dreamed of being the new Di.
Instead of one episode per week, Netflix members choose to binge watch their way through a series - that is, on average, finishing an entire season in one week.
The subscription streaming service revealed earlier this week that all 12 episodes of Season 2 will be available for viewers to binge watch starting on Friday, Sept.
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"More Students Start to Binge Watch over the Summer." El Estoque.
One person who almost definitely did not binge watch House of Cards on Netflix was Woody Allen.
I will savor every episode and not binge watch. Don't want season 2 to end just yet.
Netflix's Orange is the New Black returns to screens - and browsers and mobile devices - this week, with fans around the world ready to binge watch the eagerly awaited fourth series.
Yes, watching a show ahead of your partner when you both have pledged to binge watch together is a thing, and it's prevalent.
Fans of Jeremy Clarkson will not be able to binge watch his new show after it was announced it would be aired weekly.