Finally, a tool for those of us who want to watch thousands of hours of shows… and know exactly when we’ll be finished.
BingeClock is a fun website that tells you how long it takes to watch every episode of any TV show. You can also do some other stuff on there – keep track of the shows you’ve completed, share memes, get suggestions on what to watch next – but that clock is the main attraction here.
Here are some examples from the files…
Peppa Pig: 17 hours, 30 minutes
Adventure Time: 2 days, 18 hours, 30 minutes
The Big Bang Theory: 4 days, 21 hours
Doctor Who: 12 days, 1 hour, 10 minutes
Law & Order Special Victims Unit: 17 days, 4 hours
Got all that? Good. Now mark out 13 hours in your diary and finish Riverdale so we can talk about it please.
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