Binge Racing

What does binge racing mean?

Watching an entire season of a show within 24 hours

Binge racing is when a person races to watch an entire season of a show within 24 hours of its release. It is done on content streaming sites that release all the episodes of a show's season at once, like Netflix, in order to avoid spoilers from other viewers.

The term comes from the binge-watching term where a person watches many episodes of a show in a short amount of time or consecutively. Critics of binge racing argue that binge racers subtract from the discussions between fangirls and fanboys that occur during the week-long await of traditional TV episodes.

Example

"Why can't Kevin go out tonite?"
"He is binge racing Stranger Things so nobody ruins it for him."

When you are binge racing to the finish

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Last Updated: October 17, 2017

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