－binge viewer (名詞)：過度沈迷於觀看先前已播過之電視節目的人。
Whereas those who missed out on what all the initial fuss was about with Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones..., and Dexter are able to catch up with past seasons on DVD—an immersion course of binge viewing—and bring themselves up to speed in time for the next season's debut, fully conversant with the workings of Walt's woefully understaffed meth lab, say, or the latest trend lines in zombie migration.
—James Wolcott, "Prime Time's Graduation," Vanity Fair, May 1, 2012
Binge viewing is transforming the way people watch television and changing the economics of the industry....Now, technologies such as on-demand video and digital video recorders are giving rise to the binge viewer, who devours shows in quick succession—episode after episode, season after season, perhaps for $7.99 a month, the cost of a basic Netflix membership.
—John Jurgensen, "Binge Viewing: TV's Lost Weekends," The Wall Street Journal, July 12, 2012