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Netflix reveals the Top 10 most binge-watched shows of 2018

How many shows have you watched?

By Tina Burke
Looking back on 2018, it's wild to see how far we've come and – somewhat terrifyingly - how much we've binge-watched. This year Netflix really went above and beyond to deliver us new shows and movies, and there's no denying we spent a solid chunk of time perched in front of our screens devouring all the new content.
We scored a tonne of new original rom-coms (To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Set It Up, The Kissing Booth) – two of which starred everyone's ideal boyfriend Noah Centineo.
We were terrified of The Haunting of Hill House, we cackled out loud watching Big Mouth, and we stared in wonder as Richard Madden graced our screens in Bodyguard.
I mean, THIS was the year that introduced us to Queer Eye's Antoni, Tan, Karamo, Bob and Jonathan. Yes, we only met our beloved new fab five in 2018. Can you believe?!!
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Today Netflix has unveiled its annual wrap-up of the year that was, and in the mix is a list of the top 10 shows that users binge-watched in 2018.
These are the shows with the highest average watch time per viewing session in Australia AKA these were the shows that you stayed up until 3am to watch because you JUST COULDN'T look away...
  1. On My Block
  2. Elite
  3. Bodyguard
  4. Collateral
  5. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
  6. The Haunting of Hill House
  7. Insatiable
  8. Roman Empire
  9. The Rain
  10. 13 Reasons Why
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Other most-binged shows on the global lists include Orange Is The New Black, Making A Murderer: Part 2, and La Casa de Papel: Part 2.
Netflix also revealed the three most re-watched movies of 2018 to be The Kissing Booth, To All The Boys I've Loved Before and Roxanne Roxanne.
And the stars we fell in love with - and started following on Instagram - include The Fab Five (Queer Eye), Lana Condor (To All the Boys I've Loved Before), Joel Courtney (The Kissing Booth), Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Sierra Burgess is a Loser), Hannah Gadsby (Nanette) and Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina).
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With another year done and dusted, and hours of binge-watching achieved, there's only one thing left to do now the festive season is upon us: sit back, relax and enjoy a merry movie marathon of all the Christmas movies on Netflix.

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