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'Binge Viewing' Popular Way To Watch TV

April 30, 2014, 9:29 PM by Andy Graning

'Binge Viewing' Popular Way To Watch TV
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

More and more people are using their internet connections for binge viewing on services like Netflix and Hulu.

A new national study found 70 percent of TV viewers binged on three or more episodes of a single show in one setting in at least once a month.

17 percent binge on programs daily.

The study found binge viewers tend to be younger and will sit through commercials.

Overall, viewers say binge viewing is more enjoyable than regular viewing.

There is a downside.

Many users say they forget to bathe, feel sluggish and tend to ignore other parts of their lives when binging.

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