‘Breaking Bad’
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Most Binge-Watched TV Shows

‘Breaking Bad’

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul starred in the series about a high school chemistry teacher becoming a drug kingpin that 35% of respondents said they had binge-watched.

 (Frank Ockenfels / AMC)
‘House of Cards’
Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright starred in this Netflix drama which has had entire seasons released on the same day, perfect for binge-watching, which 29% of respondents said they have done. (Netflix)
‘Game of Thrones’
Michiel Huisman and Emilia Clarke are giving a go at romance on “Game of Thrones,” which means one of them will probably die horribly. Survey says 25% of viewers have binge-watched to find out. (Macall B. Polay / HBO)
‘The Walking Dead’
Andrew Lincoln has killed a fair number of zombies on “The Walking Dead,” but the 24% of survey respondents who said they’d binge-watched the AMC series are welcome to take their own personal talley. (Frank Ockenfels / AMC)
‘Downton Abbey’
From left, Matt Milne, Ed Speleers, Jim Carter and Rob James-Collier play the ever-helpful staff of Downton Abbey on the high-toned British series airing in the U.S. on PBS, which 23% of respondents have binge-watched. (Nick Briggs / Carnival Film / PBS)
‘Star Trek’
Whether you’re talking “Star Trek” the original series, “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” (pictured) “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” Star Trek: Voyager” or “Star Trek: Enterprise,” 20% of respondents have binge-watched one more more of the series. (UPN)
The terrorism thriller has some pretty shocking developments, so the 19% of respondents who said they’d binge-watched it may have needed a neckbrace after for all the narrative twists and turns. (Jackson Lee Davis / Showtime)
‘Mad Men’
Jon Hamm plays an ad executive on his odyssey through the 1960s in the AMC drama “Mad Men,” which has been binge-watched by 18% of respondents. (Michael Yarish / AMC)
‘Doctor Who’
Whether it’s Matt Smith, left, or David Tennant, center, or any of the other Doctors, the long-running British science fiction adventure series has been binge-watched by 18% of respondents. John Hurt, right, only played the Doctor once for the 50th anniversary TV movie. (Adrian Rogers / BBC)
A network procedural that’s been on the air for over a decade may be a daunting prospect for would-be binge viewers, but 14% of respondents say they’ve taken on the challenge. Gibbs (Mark Harmon) would be proud. (Cliff Lipson / CBS)