Binge is not a particularly positive word – binge eating and binge drinking come to mind as just a few poor applications of the term. But with a new survey, Netflix is embracing what everybody sort of knew, deep-down: binge-watching is A-OK. Because guilt and stress be damned: According to a new survey by Harris Interactive, 61 percent of users say they binge watch regularly, where the term is defined as two to three episodes of a single TV series in one setting. Despite the term's ubiquity, Netflix brass sort of hated when people talking about “binge-watching” a show, but they recently surrendered.
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How Netflix Stopped Worrying And Learned To Love The Binge