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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Paul added: "I would tune in from time to time - but I've been binge watching it since I got the job.
THE idea of binge watching started in the 1920s when films were silent and French director Abel Gance produced historical epic Napoleon that ran for more than five hours.
So how does Netflix-lovers maintain a healthy lifestyle as well as carry on their habit of binge watching their favorite TV series?
Over exercising and binge watching both stimulate the generation of free radicals in the body that leads to cell death and sperm being a cell also has 90 percent chances to die and significantly affect the reproductive health.
The survey also revealed viewers in the MENA region secretly downloaded episodes in the office and university classrooms, with binge watching rates falling during the exam period.
The show I'm binge watching is Stranger Things had me hooked.
This was back in the days before streaming TV and the concept of binge watching even existed.
With a rise in streaming services, the phenomenon of cheating while binge watching is becoming more common by the day.
Thanks to the carriers inflated data charges and overages, if you dont have T-Mobile, youre paying a lot more for your binge watching than just the normal subscription fee.
He attributes this murder to him drinking way too much and binge watching 'The Walking Dead.
Binge watching selections run the gamut of favorite movies, television series and documentaries.
Forgoing cable and often swapping mobile screens for living-room TV sets, younger audiences watch hours of television programs each day, declining appointment viewing and settling instead into the televisual flow of binge watching.
HBO's ''Game of Thrones,'' in its fourth season, has seen its ratings skyrocket thanks partly to binge watching.
With Netflix releasing entire series of its original programming all at once, which just encourages binge watching, I find breaking up with TV easy to do.