hate-watch

hate-watch

To watch a show, film, or other program that one strongly dislikes for the purpose of being able to criticize it or derive enjoyment from such disdain. No, I don't actually like The Bachelor, I just hate-watch it.
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Others included "hate-watch," "bandwidth" as a figurative term referring to emotional capacity, "embiggen" and "mansplain."
Words commonly used in media, such as hate-watch, listicle, live-tweet, second screen, sentiment analysis, cord cutting, and hyperconnected have also been added to OxfordDictionaries.com.
Do I really want all of my Facebook friends to know when I'm sitting around on my couch, binge-watching Friday Night Lights (again) or that sometimes I hate-watch old episodes of The Hills?
The flick follows Tommy Wiseau (Franco) as he makes the cult classic movie that people love to hate-watch, "The Room."
Circulation of anti-Muslim messages and memes dominated Twitter for a month after Donald Trump was elected president of the U.S., a hate-watch analysis by civil rights group Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) found Thursday.
Sadly, while most of Hollywood celebrities' reviews were positive, the general public tuned in to watch the show, particularly, to "hate-watch" the program.
One "Caddyshack" is not enough for this list because the sequel, which arrived almost a decade after the original, is so unloved that it should be hate-watched every so often.