Netflix bingeing habits 2017: More than 140 million hours watched every day

One Netflix user watched Pirates of the Caribbean 365 days in a row

Netflix members watched more than 140 million hours per day in 2017, the company reports in its look back at the year.

That’s more than one billion hours per week. The most popular day of 2017 streaming was – believe it or not – Sunday January 1 2017.

“Though bingeing was standard in 2017, not all series were enjoyed in the same way,” the company wrote.

“There were those we devoured, those we savoured, those we cheated on, and those that brought us together.”

It was also revealed that one Netflix user watched Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 365 days in a row.

Netflix also lists some of its top shows in 2017, and how they were consumed.

Shows Devoured In 2017

(Average of more than two-hours watched per day)

1. American Vandal
2. 3%
3. 13 Reasons Why
4. Anne with an E
5. Riverdale
6. Ingobernable
7. Travelers
8. The Keepers
9. The OA
10. The Confession Tapes

Shows Savoured In 2017

(Average of less than two hours per day)

1. The Crown
2. Big Mouth
3. Neo Yokio
4. A Series of Unfortunate Events
5. Glow
6. Friends from College
7. Ozark
8. Atypical
9. Dear White People
10. Disjointed

Netflix also released lists based on audience survey responses:

Shows That Got Us Cheating In 2017

(When audiences shamelessly watched ahead of their significant others)

1. Narcos
2. 13 Reasons Why
3. Stranger Things
4. Orange is the New Black
5. Sense8
6. Black Mirror
7. Marvel’s The Defenders
8. Marvel’s Iron Fist
9. Ozark
10. Mindhunter

Shows That Brought Us Together In 2017

(Top shows to watch together as a family)

1. Stranger Things
2. 13 Reasons Why
3. A Series of Unfortunate Events
4. Star Trek Discovery
5. Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
6. Riverdale
7. Fuller House
8. Chef’s Table
9. Atypical
10. Anne with E

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