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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Before the kids came along, we had an all-nighter, bingewatching the 24 box set ?
I'm going to try to avoid bingewatching this new dark comedy.
I f there's one thing that today's youth is into aside from bingewatching on Netflix and keeping themselves abreast with social issues, it would be satiating their curiosities of what the world has to offer.
Some who lined up to strike a pose said they have been fans of the show from day one, with others admitting to being late to the game and bingewatching it in time for the new run of episodes, which will kick off in the UK on Monday.
I like going for coffee by myself, I'll happily walk into a restaurant and eat alone and nothing gives me more pleasure than getting home and bingewatching cheesy films on Movies 24 (I will give you permission to criticise me for that one).
Some want an apology, some want a reunion, others just want closure - whatever the outcome, the format is incredibly moreish, with the majority of the audience bingewatching the entire short-form series in one go.
And once its second season was released last October, fans were in their seats bingewatching for hours, to finish up to eight episodes at once.
While we could only screen one film, here are the top 5 from all categories--giving you some great viewing options for your next movie night or bingewatching session.
This struggle with redefining manhood in the light of being human is what makes The Ranch worth your bingewatching time.
You haven't even got a ring on your finger", announced one perspicacious soul this week - a clear case of bingewatching episodes of Sherlock on Netflix if ever I saw one.
Smith travels to London, where she books a hotel room for the sole purpose of bingewatching detective dramas (an art form with which she's obsessed) on British television.