My first full on binge watching was Dragons: Race to the Edge. Sure it took a week or so for me to watch all thirteen episodes but that was a big deal for me. Plus I gave it five stars and can't wait for more. DreamWorks did a fine job with creating this movie franchise and Netflix is definitely doing well by jumping on the boat with the series aspect.
P.S.: While writing this (I kid you not) the mail man arrived with four books for me. One of them was...wait for it. How to Train your Dragon (Book 1) by Cressida Cowell. I kid you not.
Also I watched the movie Sinister. That creeptastic movie left me with not only chills but a new book idea.
Then I rewatched Rise of the Guardians and started on Netflix's Daredevil (which I am yet to finish watching the season). Then I peeked at a few other shows and fell back into habit of looking at shows but never really finishing them.
I watched the four episodes of Season 4 of Once Upon a Time which I had missed on television in one day.
Then I saw that Season 2 of Marvel's Agents of Shield had arrived.
The world turned upside down. Okay, just mine...maybe.
I started on Sunday September 6 with one episode. Monday and Tuesday was two each. Wednesday I went off the deep end.
I Sheena-kay Graham on September 9, 2015 watched eleven episodes in one day. This is a problem.
Thursday I watched the rest with the exception of Episode 12 which I skipped over on Wednesday because it was among the few that I had watched on television for this Season (like 3 or 4) and rewatched that one on Friday.
Saturday I watched a part of the movie The Age of Adeline, Episode One of Charmed, five episodes of Netflix's Mako Mermaids series and Episode One of Misfits (a series were five people doing community service get struck during a storm and gain powers). The last I really enjoyed a whole lot and plan to watch all three seasons.
Sunday I peeked at Netflix's Narcos but stopped because I was busy helping around the house.
Monday and Tuesday was Netflix free! Yay I broke the addiction.
Today I am writing, doing a few other things and thinking about what I will watch later on Netflix. Just no more unplanned crazed binges. Plus I wrote this post today and will post as soon as I am done. I guess that sounds hurried but I have been thinking about posting about my Netflix experience for a while.
So far I am loving Netflix. It gives you a wide array of shows to watch and rewatch at your leisure without worrying about a crazy cable bill and with a tablet I can just charge and move around with, it is also easy on the electric bill as well.
There you have it folks. So do you have Netflix or some other service that is similar? Enjoy your day everyone and much love.