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.
Some selections might come as a surprise (we're looking at you, BoJack and AD), indicating, namely, that shorter episode-length doesn't always translate to faster season completion. It's true that "complex narratives, like that of House of Cards and Bloodline, are indulged at an unhurried pace," the broadcaster explained in its release. But "maybe less obvious are irreverent comedies like BoJack Horseman, Love, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. ... The societal commentary that powers their densely layered comedy paired with characters that are as flawed as they are entertaining allow them to be savored." Sure, Netflix shows can be consumed quicker than typical cable or broadcast gems, but, as the scale underlines, don't expect to binge all hit streaming series with the type of enthusiasm that craters your couch.