What’s better than curling up on the couch, a cup of coffee or tea in your hand, and binge-watching your favorite TV Show? Nothing, I tell you!
According to TV Time – an app that tracks shows, people are binge-watching TV Shows that have long been off the air thanks to Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix.
TV Time has also shared with INSIDER data of the most binged shows in every country. Explain binged, you say? Well, if people have watched four episodes of a show in 24 hours, that’s binged. So, you don’t really have to watch the whole show, for the TV time to list it as the ‘most binged’.
Usually, there are more 30-minute series on the list, since it’s easier to binge the whole season in a short period of time.
Scroll down below to check the list of the most-binged TV shows in every state (and see if your favorite made it to the list).
1. “The Simpsons”, Alabama
Believe it or not, The Simpsons started its 30th season this year. The show, as most of you probably know, centers around the Simpson family, Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. The family lives in Springfield, and while we don’t know for sure what Springfield, we’re supposing it’s Springfield, Alabama.
2. “Boy Meets World”, Alaska
The show aired for seven seasons on ABC, and it revolved around Cory Mathews, played by Ben Savage, and his group of friends and family members, and a very special teacher.
3. “The Office”, Arizona
We’re talking about the US adaptation of the series starring Steve Carrell who plays Michael Scott and his employees. The famous TV show aired for nine seasons on NBC (and its the source of thousands of memes).
4. “Roseanne”, Arkansas
The Conners were part of our lives for nine seasons, in ABC. But don’t worry, they will still be part of our lives since a spin-off of the series will start this fall, again on ABC.
5. “13 Reasons Why”, California
The show became an instant hit after it first aired on March 31, 2017. The show is a Netflix original and revolves around Hannah Baker’s death and the 13 tapes she left, explaining her death.
6. “Supernatural”, Colorado
So far, the show has had 13 seasons and it’s still going strong. The show tells the journey of Sam and Dean, played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, hunting for monsters after their mother was killed by a supernatural force.
7. “Grey’s Anatomy”, Connecticut
The medical drama, starring Meredith Grey, played by Ellen Pompeo, centers around a group of young doctors at the Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital. The 15th season just started this fall and you can catch it on Netflix.
8. “13 Reasons Why”, Delaware
Within the first three days of the show’s release, a total number of 6.1 million have watched the first episode. They are currently working on season three of the show that will probably air at May 2019 at the earliest.
9. “The Office”, Florida
Even though the show takes place in Pennsylvania, Dwight and Andy travel to Florida in later seasons. It should be noted that Stanley retires in Florida.
10. “13 Reasons Why”, Georgia
The show is being binge-watched in Georgia as well, season 2, to be more precise. This season tells us more about Hannah’s past with Zach.
11. “Grey’s Anatomy”, Hawaii
The show first premiered in March 2005, and since then has become everyone’s favorite.
12. “Friends”, Idaho
You can watch all 10 seasons of Friends on Netflix. The show aired on NBC and focused on the lives of six BFFs, living together in an apartment in New York.
13. “One Piece”, Illinois
The animated series focuses on Monkey D. Luffy’s journey on finding the treasure called “One Piece.” The show aired on Cartoon Network in the US.
14. “The Office”, Indiana
Steve Carrell recently said that “The Office” would be ‘too offensive’ today. Well, it was fun watching the show back then. The show won five prime-time Emmys.
15. “The Office”, Iowa
As you’ve noticed already, The Office is quite a hit even now with too many binge-watchers in many countries. Can’t blame them, tbh!