This is what was binge watched the most on Netflix this year

This is what was binge watched the most on Netflix this year

Or the United Kingdom viewer who - and we promise we aren't making this up - watched Jerry Seinfeld's Bee Movie a honey-drunk 357 times. In the beginning of this year, Netflix had 4.2 million active users in India. Interestingly, the time spent by viewers on Netflix has grown by more than 150 percent at 1,563.5 million minutes in August 2017, compared to same period a year ago.

And while most people agree to watch together, some shows are apparently just too tempting to wait for.

The sassy streaming service also recently called out some subscribers for a very weird habit: 53 users have watched their movie, A Christmas Prince, every night for 18 nights. That represents more than 800 hours of a life spent watching swashbuckling pirates elbow one another.

A member in India watched "The SpongeBob SquarePants" movie 171 times in 2017.

Stranger Things 2 was released on Sunday 29th October, which was the UK's most popular day for Netflix viewing.

Interestingly, while Indians are amongst the top mobile downloaders in the world for Netflix content, TV devices continue to be important for streaming, with more than a third (34 per cent) of Netflix viewing hours in India being through connected TVs. We binged nearly anywhere and everywhere, out of the living room, in public.

Luckily, not everyone was willing to abandon their Netflix partners. Orange is the New Black, Riverdale, and The Crown are also in this list. In the global report of its top ten "most devoured" programs - shows that consumed more than two hours' worth of viewing time in a day - Netflix included dystopian thriller 3%, along with Riverdale, Travelers, and The OA. The "cheating" list includes Narcos at one, followed up by 13 Reasons Why and Stranger Things. The shows themselves are about family as Gilmore Girls, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Fuller House and Atypical can attest. My Only Love Song, 13 Reasons Why, Marvel's Iron Fist, The Mist, and Shooter, are some of them. In November, for example, when Nielsen reported that 15.8 million people had watched Stranger Things' second season within the first three days of its release, Netflix balked, calling the number "not accurate, not even close".

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