'Luke Cage' is on Netflix, but is binge watching shows bad for you? | The Tylt
The acclaimed "Luke Cage" is FINALLY here. Some will binge watch as a way to relax after a long work week or after a long work day. Others might find a more disciplined approach is necessary for enjoying any show... over a period of time. There are even critics who think binge watching is bad for your mental health, and causes sadness or anxiety. So, is binge watching a fun way to relax, or is it actually bad for you? Read more and vote below!
'Luke Cage' is on Netflix, but is binge watching shows bad for you?
The Tylt has debated this before with season four of "Orange is the New Black," and 67 percent voted binging is fun. But this debate is still worth having. Every time Netflix in particular releases a new show or a new season, viewers get to sit and watch the entire season. It might be fun, but is that REALLY healthy for you? So again, nearly four months later, we ask you all — is binge watching a good or bad idea.
New York Times essayist Matthew Schneier wrote that he felt "anxious, wistful, bereft" after watching Aziz Ansari's "Master of None" in one sitting. Binge watching might actually be bad for you.
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Let's be real: Who isn't ready to binge watch this show?! Just look at the trailer.
You know, it is cool to take your time and enjoy streaming shows.
And remember, not everyone can binge watch a series. This could lead to spoilers. Wait a few weeks to talk about the show on social, and just take your time with it overall. It's not going anywhere! 😉
Fans are already finished or close to finished with "Luke Cage" in its first day! Like whoa!
Others are just excited they get to binge watch it.
Although fans are excited about "Luke Cage" due to Marvel's popularity on TV shows and streaming. and with its cinematic universe—they should actually get to know the character better. He has a rich history, and yes, he was featured on Neflix's "Jessica Jones," but that doesn't mean folks really know the character.