bingeable

adjective

binge·​able ˈbin-jə-bəl How to pronounce bingeable (audio)
: having multiple episodes or parts that can be watched in rapid succession : suitable for binge-watching
The premise of this remarkable new bingeable dramedy doesn't reveal itself until the pilot's halfway mark.Ray Rahman
When Netflix dropped the highly bingeable collection The Comedy Lineup in early July, audiences and critics alike flocked to the streaming giant's latest experiment in original stand-up production.Andrew Husband

Examples of bingeable in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And his iconic episodes will remain forever bingeable. Jackie Strause, The Hollywood Reporter, 29 Oct. 2023 Sports has long been TV’s most popular moneymaker—ESPN brings in about $2 billion in advertising revenue annually—but for a long time, streamers were able to up their subscriber numbers by cranking out one bingeable show after another. WIRED, 22 Sep. 2023 There are so many high-quality, bingeable TV series in the international market right now — particularly in the crime genre. Christopher Vourlias, Variety, 22 Feb. 2023 While the megahit ranching drama hasn't been officially renewed for a fifth season yet, these highly bingeable shows will help fill the Montana-sized hole in our hearts and viewing schedules until the Duttons (hopefully) make their triumphant return. Lauren Hubbard, Town & Country, 3 Jan. 2022 Netflix is here to sell you more dreams — or at the very least, more highly bingeable reality television. Ew Staff, EW.com, 15 Dec. 2021 Among the 134 shows that were considered highly bingeable based on an industry scale, 56 had Latino representation on at least one side of the camera. Nicole Chavez, CNN, 14 Sep. 2022 While the show is easily one of the most bingeable seasons of television, fans are now able to once again see their favorite crew in the high-budget, emotional sequel film, Serenity (2005). Robert English, EW.com, 18 Apr. 2023 That’s because some of the most popular (and compulsively bingeable) content on the streamer includes Spanish-language TV shows. Andy Meek, BGR, 29 Dec. 2021 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

2013, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of bingeable was in 2013

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“Bingeable.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bingeable. Accessed 26 Feb. 2024.

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