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Charmed and Supernatural Are Among the Top Ten Shows We Foolishly Decide We Can Watch All At Once, If Only We Don’t Sleep

Ahhh, binge watching. I love it and I hate it. Thinking of that time I watched 16 episodes of Community in one day fills me with pride, just as remembering how I spent that whole day slouched on the sofa, smelly and covered in popcorn kernels and spilled salsa, makes me feel the tiniest bit bad about the direction my life has taken.

Even if we feel bad about binge watching, we’ve all done it. And a recent study by The NPD Group has determined which shows we’re binge-watching most frequently.

And the top ten is, in decreasing level of bingeworthiness:

  1. Prison Break
  2. Charmed
  3. That ’70s Show
  4. How I Met Your Mother
  5. Gossip Girl
  6. Supernatural
  7. Scrubs
  8. Heroes
  9. 24
  10. One Tree Hill

This list fills me with questions. Among them: Prison Break is number one? Really? Should I watch an episode or two of Charmed and How I Met Your Mother? How many people mainlined seasons one through three of Supernatural just so they could get to Castiel in the season four premiere (guilty as charged)? How can people binge watch Heroes when there’s only one season?

Don’t argue. Heroes only had one season. It is known.

The study breaks down bingeing into two types: There’s “marathon bingeing,” which usually happens with shows that’ve gone off the air, and “catch-up bingeing,” which applies to current shows and usually increases before a premiere. A show’s binge ranking is heavily impacted, understandably, by its availability on streaming platforms like Netflix. I wouldn’t have thought Charmed would be so high up, but when you consider it’s available on Netflix Instant, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus, it makes sense. Likewise the study notes that many popular shows (The Big Bang Theory, for example), isn’t available on Netflix. I’d also add that all the shows on the list, with the exception of Prison Break and Heroes, have six or more seasons, so there’s more to binge.

Of this list, the only show’s I’ve binged are Supernatural and season one (THE ONLY SEASON) of Heroes. And then there are others: The Walking Dead, Community, The IT Crowd, Spooks (only the Richard Armitage seasons, because reasons), Being Human… the list goes on. How ’bout you? What’s your biggest bingeing achievement? Let’s share horror stories.

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  • Cherry&Cinnamon

    Supernatural, definitely. And I can watch endless episodes of Buffy! My latest binge is Lost Girl!

  • Aditya Iyer

    I’ve seen Prison Break when it aired and 24 marathon after it ended when I came to know about. Those are the only 2 shows I watched among the list, saw the first few seasons of How I met your mother which became very boring, and well just skimmed through gossip girl for obvious only reason :P

  • Meghan

    Buffy. The answer is always Buffy.

  • John Burkhart

    I’m surprised Once Upon a Time isn’t on this list.

  • Ted Ellis

    The other one I can’t understand not being on this list is M*A*S*H. Yes it’s 11 seasons but still I “ripped” every episode from my DVD as a “backup” so that my wife and I can watch one or two before going to sleep (we are on run through number 3 now)

  •!/thelonelylights Adam Cross

    pff, I loved every season of Heroes <3 I'm almost done with 24, never got around to watching it after season 1 and for all it's islamaphobic pit falls I love the show – also, why isn't LOST on this list?

  • Anonymous

    Finally, someone who agrees with me about Heroes! Honestly, I don’t understand where all of these people are coming from with their whole “what are you stupid, Heroes had more than one season” nonsense. Heroes was a great show that ended after one, great season. At least it wasn’t canceled in the middle of a season like Battlestar Galactica was in the middle of season three.

  • Lindsay Beaton

    I’m currently binge watching Supernatural. In the past: Sherlock, Firefly, Doctor Who, Being Human. All shows people told me I HAD to see, all shows I had mass access to thanks to Netflix (or people just bought for me, like Firefly). I sat, I watched, I conquered. :)

  • Allison Hoekwater

    I watched seasons 1-6 of New Doctor Who in about a week. It was amazing and insane, but completely worth it. I couldn’t stop! I had to find out what would happen next.

  • sharmylae

    buffy is always at the top of this list for me, but heroes has two seasons. a good one and a downhill one.

  • Elwyne

    Doctor Who. Always and only.

    I’ve only seen maybe a handful of episodes from the shows on that list. None of them interest me. But I probably don’t affect the stats much as I have no Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Amazon; just the entire Russell T. Davies era of Doctor Who on DVD.

  • Heidi Patterson

    BSG was the worst… (and as I’m from Portland, OR, that particular Portlandia sketch was extra hilarious)… but I’ve been guilty of others – Friday Night Lights went by very quickly as did seasons 1-6 of HIMYM. Currently flying through “24,” but that show’s just cruel with the real time and cliff-hanger aspects (a season gets “binge-played” and then a break is in order for a week or so before the next season)… ha.

  • Mandy Graebner Horetski

    I’ve recently binged on Doctor Who and The West Wing.

    When my daughter was a newborn, I watched a lot of Buffy. I’d sleep when she did do when she was awake I’d have Buffy on

  • Tink

    How is it possible that not a single show of Trek is on this list? That is the ULTIMATE binge watch! 6 series, 12 movies – how can you not! (I say 6 series including the Animated one – and I recently completed this binge watch. Took me a year…)

  • Anonymous

    Buffy, Angel, Firefly, and Supernatural

  • Amanda Allen Douglas

    i was literally about to comment on Buffy’s not being here. She is my binge forever.

  • Manu Zolezzi

    I’ve binged Buffy, Angel, Stargate (SG-1 and Atlantis), Scrubs, Gossip Girl, Community, One Tree Hill, How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Veronica Mars, Doctor Who, Farscape, Firefly…

    I am currently rebinging SG-1, because I need something to watch until I can rebinge Veronica Mars jussssssst in time for the movie next year (squee).

  • Corrigan Vaughan

    I’m shocked Parenthood isn’t on this list. That show is impossible not to binge watch.

  • Alicia Hansen

    I haven’t binge-watched any of these. Those I have include Dexter, Lost, Game of Thrones, and White Collar to catch up to the current season. Once Upon a Time is on my list of future binges. :) I was happy to see my daughter spent a week over the Summer watching seasons of Angel off Amazon, made me smile.

  • TKS

    I hate to be “that guy,” But I am surprised that there is no Whedon on this list. I just got done marathoning Dollhouse and it was probably my favorite binge-watching experiences I’ve ever had. (Remember that moment where you make a big discovery in Serenity? Dollhouse is like that feeling for 20 episodes.)

    (EDIT-also, no animated shows…)
    (ANOTHER EDIT-The fact that Twin Peaks isn’t on this list is a crime.)

  • CompassRing

    Northern Exposure was my introduction to marathon watching a couple years ago, and then Battlestar Galactica followed, then Farscape.
    Fringe benefited from my binge-watching to catch up on seasons 1 and 2, and honestly, so did Lost Girl. I didn’t even start watching Supernatural until I kept getting irritated that the only thing I didn’t recognize in the nerd-ified COEXIST symbol was Castiel and it was already 6 seasons in. It benefitted too; I’m saving this current season to watch until it’s done.

  • CompassRing

    It’s hard to “marathon” a Joss Whedon show when you can finish it in one day. Sad…

  • Ted Ellis

    Crud forgot Firefly. I hope I don’t have to turn in my browncoat

  • Tyler Lewis

    Charmed is totally addictive and I have been known to stay up much later than I intend because I wanna watch just one. more. episode. LOL.

    Not sure why Buffy and Angel and The 4400 aren’t on here. Ok, I understand why The 4400 isn’t on here. But it should be.

  • Lynn St Martin

    Doctor Who.
    All of it.

  • Kerry Dolan Timony

    What…no one binges on Arrested Development? Parks and Rec? Futurama? 30 Rock?

  • Vita Zissel

    The first time I decided to watch Doctor who was over a long weekend that I was left completely alone. I watched 35 or so hour-long episodes one after the other before the weekend was out. I went to school with a sudden knowledge of quantum physics and a British accent. As for Supernatural, I binged seasons one through five in the course of a week, took a break for a month and then binged the rest before season eight started.

  • Rebecca Pahle

    Well, there are fewer than two seasons at this point. So even if a ton of people marathon it, that’s not a lot of hours total.

  • Rebecca Pahle

    *slow clap*

  • Rebecca Pahle

    How are your feels, Supernatural-wise?

  • Anonymous

    I watched all of Evangelion at a sleepover.

    That was… that was a trippy night.

  • Leslie Lyles

    Just “marathon binged” on Friday Night Lights. Agree with Charmed, but Buffy and Angel should definitely be on here as well.

  • Amy Ravenel

    Yay! My beloved Charmed! Yes, it’s the cheesiest witch show ever, and the last two seasons weren’t very good. But it makes me feel good, and that’s all that really matters, right? Plus, Piper is awesome!

  • Valerie Juarez

    Twin Peaks++

  • Amy Ravenel

    Charmed totally sucks you in.

  • Nicole Elizabeth Currie

    Mine too. All seven seasons in two weeks. Then I watched Angel.

  • Hannah Teson

    Murder She Wrote. Don’t judge me! I’ve been obsessed for a while and have yet to make it through all TWELVE seasons. Also Monk (though I have finished it). I like mysteries.

  • Anonymous

    Last time I was sick, I binge watched season one and two of The West Wing. Three days later, strung out on cold medicine, I blearily surfaced and decided to run for public office. Fortunately, I recovered my senses before I could file any paperwork.

  • Anonymous

    started watching Supernatural…dear god I had to stop myself.

  • Captain Canada

    “How can people binge watch Heroes when there’s only one season? Don’t argue. Heroes only had one season. It is known.”

    What?? If you’re going to write an article at least know the subject matter. Heroes had 4 seasons, the last two weren’t great but they exist.

  • Anonymous

    Oh, man! Me too! I’ve only managed up to season 5 of Murder, She Wrote, though. I forgot to consider the detective series I mainline. Colombo, anyone? Moonlighting, Remington Steele, Marple, Due South, Midsommer Murders…Hart to Hart (::shamed::)…I have got to find some impulse control.

  • Captain Canada

    Heroes had 2 great seasons and good ideas in the 3rd and 4th that never developed and Galactica didn’t get cancelled in the middle of season 3 it went 4 complete.

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  • Sarah

    I totally marathon binged on Supernatural. Tumblr convinced me to do that. Finishing it left me so empty. Luther and Downton Abbey were both as addictive as Supernatural for me. I did watch all of the The Tudors but it wasn’t as not-able-to-stop-watching.

    I never did finish BSG though….. Netflix just added sooooo much stuff though.

    The first show I ever binged on was Criminal Minds when I had mono. Wonky audio timing and Sewdish subtitles. So happy I have Netflix now.

  • Sarah

    Dollhouse was sooo underrated! I was so damn mad that I was the only person that watched Season 2 as it aired because I had NO ONE to talk about it with.

  • Sabrina

    RTD Who is currently our go-to solution, too! <3

  • Rachel Ripley

    Scrubs (more than once), Buffy (more than once) + Angel. How is Buffy not on this list? I mean, seriously, is there any other way to watch it? Currently mainlining the X-Files

    ps. totally agree on Heroes – I loved it, but was so disappointed with the finale, I didn’t even attempt the fabled second season.

  • Michael P Ornelas

    I notice I use the word clever much more after Doctor Who

  • Katie Massiah

    I binge on Charmed so I’m not surprised. While I love Buffy, it’s darker, there’s more cringe and angst, so I can’t watch it in any mood. Charmed is light and the depressing bits last only an ep or two. I binge on Psych for the same reason!

  • Angelica Brenner

    If streaming platforms would get their act together and provide all the (extant) old-school Doctor Who stories instead of the bizarrely incomplete selections they have now, I’m pretty sure Whovians “catching up” for the 50th anniversary would shake that list up a few notches.

  • Elizabeth Milliken

    Supernatural, yes. Doctor Who – I probably watched a season a day during my first pregnancy (semi bed-rest). Interspersed with real life, but hubby and I watched all 7 season of Buffy and all 5 of Angel within like 3 months by turning it on the second the baby fell asleep and watching until we couldn’t keep our eyes open anymore. Same with West Wing. First watching of Firefly took a weekend. I used to like to binge on M*A*S*H whenever I was home sick – my dad’s favorite show so major comfort food – but then I discovered things like Who and Buffy.

  • Elizabeth Milliken

    Yes! I haven’t in a while – been to busy watching new stuff, but I’m thinking it’s time for a rewatch. It’s my dad’s fav show so it’s like chicken soup to me.

  • TKS

    Look! Over there! It’s the joke you missed!

  • Rebecca Pahle

    Yeah, it was awesome right up until the S1 finale, and then… blah. What a huge anticlimax.

  • Anonymous

    Have you not watched How I Met Your Mother? It’s not a particularly geeky show, but it’s well-made and a nice fluffy one.

    As for what I binge-watch? My Little Pony. The episodes are so short!

  • Anonymous

    Well, I’m currently semi-binge watching Doctor Who (again) on week nights, about 3-4 at a time every night, after having over-binged on Supernatural (and yes – also guilty as charged).
    We are also mini-binging on Buffy over the weekends to properly educate our kids in All Things Essential To Know.

  • Anonymous

    7-8 hours of Battlestar Galactica a day for a week to catch up before season 4. 5 hours of the Wire a day because I had not watched it during its HBO run and I was tired of being a terrible, terrible person, and 5 hours of Red Dwarf a day for I don’t know how long (because I literally lost track of time for a while there – oh, those college days).

  • Kaye Dacus

    My top three binges: Supernatural (I’m on repeat #4 or #5 at this point), Buffy (never watched it when it was on, but binge watched it on Netflix), and Battlestar Galactica (binged the first couple of seasons on N’flix before the final half season aired). The other two shows I binge on wouldn’t count toward this type of survey, since I have them on DVD: LOST and Criminal Minds.

  • Kaye Dacus

    Oh, and I have the ONE and ONLY season of Heroes on DVD, too. ;-)

  • Travis Hughes

    I’ve never actually binged. I’ll watch an episode of a series I like when it’s time to eat, maybe two if it’s just a 30 minute show (like Scrubs or most anime). I’d much rather spread my enjoyment of a show out over a long period of time instead of devouring it all at once.

    I am, however, the kind of person who usually just reads a book once, watches a movie once, plays a video game through once, etc with repeats being very rare. That’s probably part of why I don’t binge.

  • Travis Hughes

    It’s really easy. Only allot yourself one episode per day. Done.

  • Travis Hughes

    “I went to school with a sudden “knowledge” of TV quantum physics and a badly imitated British accent.”

    Fixed for ya.

  • heidi(8)

    There was only one season of Heroes, but it was followed by one two-hour film, and two one-hour films.

  • Laralock

    Don’t forget The X-Files!

  • Anonymous

    I’m always binging on one show or another, but I think my biggest binge was a couple of weeks ago when I watched both seasons of Awkward in one day. Granted that’s only 24 20 minute episodes, but it was still a good chunk of time.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve done Supernatural (it’s taking all my willpower not to finish the series this minute), Scrubs, 24, One Tree Hill, Doctor Who, Parks and Rec (which did not have a first season), Arrested Development (and will again soon), The Walking Dead, Being Human UK, Coupling UK, Friends, Dexter, The West Wing, White Collar, Veronica Mars, Six Feet Under… The only shows I haven’t binge-watched at some point were either ones I watched while on TV or with my boyfriend – he doesn’t seem to have the impulse control issues I have with shows. But my sister’s a binge-watcher too…

  • Megan Gotch

    Glad to see some other Prison Break fans out there! LOVED that show!!

  • Travis Fischer

    I think one of my best binges was a completely unplanned Buffy S2 binge back in high school. A friend and I started and… just didn’t stop.

  • Janna Kepley

    I binged two seasons of Sherlock in a day. Then Five seasons of Doctor Who. Time taken unknown, but I did it all in a winter break.
    I’m in the process of beginning a binge: rewatching the beginning of (and then finishing what I missed the first time) of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I literally started it yesterday.

  • Anonymous

    Yes! Piper is awesome.
    Charmed works *really* well if you imagine it as a RPG, with players making decisions for their characters that fit within a pre-written (cheesy) storyline, and occasionally leaving and having new players come in with characters that need to fit in perfectly with the existing characters…

  • Abby Fisher

    Me and my Mom binged on season 2 of Game of Thrones after a stressful morning. We’d done all that we could do to ensure a good outcome, and were trying to not worry ourselves into a early grave.

    So for ten hours we were typical geeks done to the Cheetos.

  • Molly

    I proudly watched all of season 4 in one weekend.

  • KiloTangoBravo

    I binged Supernatural very recently. Well.. It took me months to watch S1-3, and then Castiel, and then it was a month later and I looked up bleary-eyed and fuzzy-minded and wondered, “What day is this?”

  • Julie Kessler

    I lol’d at the “Heroes only has one season” comment… because that’s what I was thinking right before I read it!

  • Anonymous

    Love for the Wire! One of the best shows ever. I’m surprised it got mentioned on this site.

    On a serious note, BSG and the Wire? You and I might be missing siblings.

  • Anonymous

    Annnnnd now, I will not be canceling my Netflix account as originally planned. Apparently I have some catching up to do.

  • Anonymous

    My last binges were years ago: Lost, Desperate Housewives and 24, all while recovering from surgery. My parents are the worst binger though! I gave them the first season of 24 and they didn’t budge from their living room couch for EXACTLY twenty-four hours -only when they needed a bathroom break or a quick hop pnline to order a pizza. The same thing happened when I gave them seasons 2-4, and again when I gave them Walking Dead, seasons 1 and 2. I swear the world just STOPS turning as far as they’re concerned!

  • Briar Rose

    My biggest bingeing achievement was definitely Doctor Who. Despite being a massive sci-fi geek for most of my life, I’d somehow managed to avoid seeing any Doctor Who at all, until summer 2011. I spent my whole summer break from college living alone in the middle of nowhere with absolutely nothing to do. At the beginning of break, I started with the 9th Doctor and caught up (to where the show was at the time) in a little over a week. I’ve since gone back and tried to watch some Classic Who, but I just can’t do it; I’m a snob for high production values, and the special effects/cinematography/etc. just made me squirm. I have never been able to make myself watch any sci-fi shows made before about 1990. I wish I could look past the cheese and enjoy them for their many merits, as a lot of people do; but I end up being miserable if I try to make myself.

  • Janelle Stevenson

    I was violently ill throughout my entire pregnancy with my daughter, throwing up daily I went into labor. She was an angel of a baby, though, and I give all the credit to watching Arrested Development on an endless loop the last six months of the pregnancy. AD is my #1 binge material.

    Honorable mentions: Sports Night, Felicity, and – do not judge – Korean dramas. I watched all 24 episodes of Boys Over Flowers in a week last May and had finished four more dramas by the end of June. I now watch more Korean television shows than English language programming.

  • Astrid Lollesgaard

    Buffy, Psych, GoT, Moonlight aaaaand Supernatural. My biggest bingeing experience must have when I managed watched the entire supernatural series on a little more than a week :P

  • Anonymous

    NORTHERN EXPOSURE! God for a few years as a teenager my parents bought me box sets every birthday so there was an annual binge of that. I meet so few people who watched that show and I love it so much…

  • Anonymous

    Chronic and possibly terminal binger. Currently my life consists of very little except university assignment deadlines and Supernatural (what is with that show? how is it so damned addictive?!)

    I have friends who I binge with. Two of them, who don’t know each other but both use me/are used as an emotional crutch during difficult marathons (Doctor Who got pretty hairy, Supernatural is worse).

  • Ulla Dahlgren

    Currently binging Parks and Rec for the second time.

  • Liz

    Ha! I’m watching Parks and Rec for the 2nd time as well! I’m also thinking of re-watching the Office (US) when I’m done with that.

  • Joe Fiore

    If you bailed out of Heroes after season 1, you missed the two best seasons: Season 4 and Season 2.

  • Anonymous

    Binge watching is the way to go. Sometimes I wait for a season to end before I watch because I can’t handle waiting week to week for an episode. My favorite binge of recent memory was Avatar: The Last Airbender, which ate my life last summer.

  • Chaka ♥

    How is Buffy not on this list? It’s like a security blanket. You can turn it on in the middle of any episode, in any season and just binge watch away, flooded with feels.

  • Mark Matson

    You’ve gotta interlace Angel as God intended.

  • Rebecca Pahle

    I bailed after two. I thought it was awful.

  • Rebecca Pahle

    It’s Tuesday.

  • Anonymous

    If you end up liking Haywire’s character in Prison Break, that dude went on to be in Grimm and just as nuts (if less murderous and with better hygiene!)

  • Hannah Teson

    It’s difficult. And I just saw that Miami Vice is available. There goes my weekend!

  • Veronica Viscardi

    Season Two of Heroes wasn’t that bad.
    (dodge to avoid flying objects).

  • Liz Clarke

    LOTR trilogy – extended edition in one day, then about 3 whole days watching the special features, after which I spoke in a new zealand accent for about an hour

  • KiloTangoBravo

    But yesterday was Tuesday, too!

  • emyla

    guilty of “catch-up bingeing” supernatural and how i met your mother.

  • Anonymous

    Spooks(only the Richard Armitage seasons, because reasons)

    Oh, good. I’m not the only one.

  • Hannele Kormano

    Of course, just like the Indiana Jones and Star Wars trilogy.

  • Hannele Kormano

    How I Met Your Mother is fun, as long as you can forget the premise for the most part – they’ve been teasing the Reveal for waaay to long, in inconsequential ways.

    Like Scrubs, it’s great and fresh for a while, and didn’t quit while it was ahead. And like any sitcom, it starts to become a game of who _hasn’t_ had a thing yet / how can we do this joke again / let’s make up a new ‘thing’ and tell stories / oh look a new one-to-five episode character.

    That said, Robin is my BFF, even regarding recent developments.

  • Anonymous

    First 3 series of Dexter over 4 days. Have also binged on Firefly, Charmed, Avatar: Legend of Aang series, and a loooot of anime series and other shows I can’t remember right now. Binge watching is a bit of a problem of mine! Started at uni and got worse when I graduated and couldn’t get work for a while! Why would I stop watching something when I can find out what happens next Right Now?! :p

  • Anonymous

    Oooo I forgot that one! My boyfriend got me the entire collection for Christmas once. 11 seasons went by very fast!

  • Anonymous

    That series is awesome for binge-watching! :D
    (I think that tv series with 20 minute episodes are the deadliest, because you always thing ‘oh it’s only another 20 minutes’ when you know you should stop! That’s why I always end up watching anime series in massive chunks all at once!)

  • Anonymous

    Dexter, Grimm, Breaking Bad, Friday Night Lights when the complete series box set came out.

  • Anonymous

    Exactly! “It’s just 20 minutes…..” 5 hours later….”well, crap.”

  • Anonymous

    It’s particularly bad when you think ‘oh I’ll watch a couple of episodes of this instead of a film, because a film would be too long,’ but then end up watching 5 hours of the tv series!

  • ysabelkid

    YES! I binge-watched the last three seasons again while in hospital recently. Now I’ve moved to SG Atlantis. And Buffy. And about to catch up with Supernatural S7 & 8. Oh, and Castle, Body of Proof, and Bones.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t watch TV now, and when I binged in the past, it was mostly anime & Whedon:
    Cowboy Bebop
    Neon Genesis Evangalion
    Clamp Campus Detectives
    Witch Hunter Robin
    Serial Experiments Lain
    Firefly & Dollhouse
    Avatar-the last air bender

  • Savannah Nicole Logsdon-Breaks

    Buffy, Caprica (a sad trombone one season binge), several of the seasons of BSG (some parts are so intense that bingeing becomes hard, otherwise binge ALL the seasons!), Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis, Doctor Who… Honestly? I don’t have tv channels, so with a few exceptions of tv shows I watch on hulu (Bones, Castle, that sort of thing) I binge watch ALL THE THINGS.

  • Savannah Nicole Logsdon-Breaks

    Managed all Buffy in v. short time period where I was pretty sick for a while. Did nothing but watch from waking to eventually passing out. Was pretty intense binge watching wise.

  • okelay

    Sg1. It started airing on fox latinamerica along with the sga premiere. Id never seen it before. I loved sga though and gave it a chance…a while later i dl all 7 seasons so far and watched during winter break. 14 eps in one day remains my unbroken binge record.

  • Natalie Wainwright

    Supernatural; my kid introduced me to it toward the end of season 5. When I heard there would be a season 6, I h ad to watch all of seasons 1-5 to be ready for 6 – and loved it even more. Life on Mars, UK version, simply because it was so good. Carnivale, Deadwood, The Wire, Doctor Who – I guess I’m just a “why stop if the apocalypse doesn’t stop you” kind of person.

  • Ashley C. Qualls

    I binged Buffy and when I got to S4 I did Buffy and Angel since there’s so many crossovers. Omg that took FOREVER, but definitely my biggest binge acheivement.