The global study, announced by press release, found that users could down any season, on average, in five days. But those who devoured a show typically watched for more than two hours a day over a period of roughly four days, and those on the opposite side of the scale opted for fewer hours and more days. "As the 'Binge Scale' indicates, the viewing experience of a series can range from the emotional to the thought-provoking," Cindy Holland, Netflix's VP of Original Content, said in a statement. "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."
That's one nice byproduct the above info provides: a frequency-recommendation scale. Is the next show you want to hit one you want to rip through, or one you'd prefer to bask in? Others on the devour side include Dexter, Breaking Bad, American Horror Story, The Walking Dead, Prison Break, and Weeds; the savor side favors Arrested Development, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The West Wing, Peaky Blinders, Better Call Saul, and Marvel's properties.