Even though some shows have been off the air for years, they’re still some of the most popular TV series viewers are watching at home. Streaming platforms including Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime have made it easier for fans to access older sitcoms and anime series like “Roseanne” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” that would otherwise be difficult to access.
What are people in each state binge-watching the most?
TV Time, a social app which tracks shows fans and allows them to share their reactions in real time, provided INSIDER with data on the most-binged TV shows in every state.
TV Time defines a binged show as any four episodes of a same show that have been watched in a 24-hour period. The data includes shows viewers have watched since January 1, 2018. A viewer does not need to watch an entire show for it to be included in the measurement.
A few of the shows are popular among several states, including “The Office,” “13 Reasons Why,” and “Grey’s Anatomy.” TV Time says this may speak to the power of over-the-top platforms which have easily accessible libraries at their fingertips for viewers to search through. There also may be more 30-minute series on the list because it’s easier to earn a “binge session” by watching a half-hour show.
From reality shows to old ’90s sitcoms, keep reading to see if you watch the show listed in your home state.