Binge used to be a bad word. And I guess it still is in some ways, but a good Netflix binge can be a much needed break from reality.

In 2017 we binged a lot, I mean A LOT! Forbes did a study of which shows sucked up most of our time. They broke it down by most watched by families, over time, and the shows the got us for more than 2 hours at a time. I was most interested in those shows, because they are the ones that made my Sundays doing chores in to my Sundays on the couch. Check out the list and see if your fave made the list. For me, Riverdale DEFINITELY sucked me in. Dang in Archie and Jughead! And if you haven't watched Travelers yet, DO IT!

A true-crime satire that explores the aftermath of a costly high school prank that left 27 faculty cars vandalized with phallic images.

  • A thriller set in a world sharply divided between progress and devastation, where people are given the chance to make it to the "better side" but only 3% of the candidates succeed.
  • Follows teenager Clay Jensen, in his quest to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life.
  • The adventures of a young orphaned girl living in the late 19th century. Follow Anne as she learns to navigate her new life on Prince Edward Island, in this new take on L.M. Montgomery's classic novels.
  • A subversive take on Archie and his friends, exploring small town life, the darkness and weirdness bubbling beneath Riverdale's wholesome facade.
  • The First Lady of Mexico has big plans to improve conditions for the country. As she starts to lose faith in her husband, President Diego Nava, she finds herself at a crossroad where she will need to find a way to deal with a great challenge.
  • Hundreds of years from now, surviving humans discover how to send consciousness back through time, into people of the 21st century, while attempting to save humanity from a terrible future.
  • A seven-part docu-series about the unsolved murder of a nun and the horrific secrets and pain that linger nearly five decades after her death.
  • Having gone missing seven years ago, the previously blind Prairie returns home, now in her 20s with her sight restored. While many believe she is a miracle, others worry that she could be dangerous.
  • A critical look into some true crime cases where American law enforcement made up for lack of actual physical evidence by using devious psychological tactics during interrogation in order to extract confessions from naive suspects.

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