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Old 03-30-2015, 01:01 PM   #41
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Trailer Park Boys is perfectly suited to excessive watching.
A real risk of brain damage accompanies it.

Google search returned an article about binging on this series.

Binge Watch: Get dumb with 'Trailer Park Boys' - The Orange County Register

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Old 03-30-2015, 02:25 PM   #42
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The only show I truly binge watched in one day was the Australian "Secrets and Lies" while wrapping Christmas gifts and putting up decorations last year. It was very good.

Shows I've watched in 2 hour segments almost daily over the course of weeks: the old Upstairs Downstairs, Breaking Bad, Happy Valley, The Fall, the French version of The Returned and Last Tango in Halifax. They are all very good and hard to stop watching.

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[QUOTE=Lisa99;1575796]DH and I binge watched every episode of LOST in about 2 months. It was good watching it that way since it was such a complicated series./QUOTE]

I binge watched LOST a few winters ago too and enjoyed it immensely. DH and I watched WEEDS in once a week sessions of 3-4 episodes a night. More recently we have done the same with Orange is the new Black and Game of Thrones. I tend to do this only in the winter as I haven't the time for, nor the interest in, sitting around like that in the summer.

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