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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Market research company GfK MRI found that about 62 percent of the population regularly binge-watches TV, with a whopping 76 percent of streamers regularly bingeing compared with 43 percent of nonstreamers.
If you are a person who binge-watches television or shows online, you might want to change that particular habit of yours or risk suffering from poorer sleep quality, more fatigue, and increased insomnia.
There's also the Long Distance Cheater, who binge-watches when the partner is out of town.