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The Binge Report: The Week of September 25, 2017


Everyone has been busy trying to keep up with their shows, especially in the last two weeks with many shows returning for new seasons, while new shows try to make positive impressions on viewers. Here's a look at what some viewers have been watching during the week of September 25, 2017 according to the records provided by TV Time, a free fan-oriented app where users can track their own viewing progress.


With ABC's Grey's Anatomy (#1) back for its 14th season, viewers have made the long-running a medical show a favorite for binging this week. It has seen a surge of interest since last week, when it was the fifth most binged series. The newly dethroned Teen Wolf (#2) follows with over 3% of streams. The Big Bang Theory (#3) surged to the top of the heap this week after a stunning return in the ratings last MondayGame of Thrones (#4) has dipped slightly in interest over the weeks, but it remains impressive considering its latest season ended weeks ago. The animated phenomenon Rick & Morty (#5) continues to show the receipts for its much talked about third season, which just ended on a season high.

Outside the top five, American Horror Story (#6) remained stable week-to-week as it accumulated 1.5% of streams in its fifth week back with originals on FX. Another returning show surged into focus this week, with How to Get Away with Murder (#7) gaining traction and living up to its place in current culture as a must-watch series despite declining linear ratings. Netflix's Narcos (#8) declined five spots from last week as viewers fell back into their fall watching habits. A particular 90's sitcom continues to be a powerhouse in 2017 with NBC's Friends (#9) streaming at over 1.2%, with an average viewer watching between 9 and 10 episodes for the week. Lastly, Gotham (#10) has entered the chart this week as viewers have prepared for and watched its Season 4 return.

What do you think about these series that have been popular with viewers in the last week? Our thanks to TV Time for providing The TV Ratings Guide with this data.
You can check out the TV Time app and start tracking your favorite shows here.