Here are all the reasons why Americans say they binge-watch TV shows

September 15, 2017
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The rise of Netflix and Hulu is largely responsible for the spread of the term “binge-watch.” For most, that means dedicating an entire day or at least an evening to sitting down and watching multiple episodes of a TV show at once. According to YouGov, 58 percent of Americans have engaged in binge-watching, and of that number 72% say it’s how they normally consume TV shows.

So why has spending hours on end in front of a TV become a phenomenon? First of all, before online streaming services came around, it wasn’t possible to watch multiple episodes at once …read more

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