Binge watching is a relatively new phenomenon. Since the likes of Netflix made all episodes of a series available at once, many of us have lost entire weekends sat in front of the TV devouring them. Now it's time to see which shows are the most binged.
Netflix has published The Binge Scale, running from the most binged like 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Killing' to those that are savoured, like 'BoJack Horseman' and 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'.
Thrillers and horror series rate highly on The Binge Scale, while we tend to take longer to get through irreverent comedies.
On average, viewers finish an entire series every week, according to Netflix. It analysed global viewing of more than 100 serialised TV series across more than 190 countries.
When viewers are focussed on finishing a series, they watch a little over two hours a day.
Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix, said how quickly we watch a series depends on what kind of story it is.
"As The Binge Scale indicates, the viewing experience of a series can range from the emotional to the thought-provoking," she said. "Netflix helps you to find a series to binge no matter your mood or occasion, and the freedom to watch that series at your own pace – whether that's to appreciate the drama of 'Bloodline' or power through 'Orange is the New Black'."