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Binge-watching a favorite of students, staff

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Almost 60% of high school students reported using Netflix as their streaming service. Students and staff both reported that they generally watch streaming content on their television rather than computers or mobile devices.

Almost 60% of high school students reported using Netflix as their streaming service. Students and staff both reported that they generally watch streaming content on their television rather than computers or mobile devices.

Ashley Adams

Ashley Adams

Almost 60% of high school students reported using Netflix as their streaming service. Students and staff both reported that they generally watch streaming content on their television rather than computers or mobile devices.

Ashley Adams

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More and more high school students spend most of their time at home binge-watching shows on Netflix or other streaming services. From staying up late at night to watching it all weekend, it doesn’t stop. Manila students and teachers are no exceptions to this trend.

“I watched “The Fosters” all day and texted my mom to bring me food,” Tanya Gonzalez said.

Students routinely spend hours in front of their television instead of doing other activities. Students have skipped practices to stay at home and binge watch shows on Netflix.

“I skipped practice to watch The Vampire Diaries on Netflix,” Mya Beltran said.

“I watched “One Tree Hill’ two times and both times I finished all nine seasons within a week,” Ryder Rosebrock said.

“I’ve been watching ‘The Office’ for a month,” Anthony Lopez said. “The most I’ve watched in a row is five episodes.”

Some students can limit themselves to how many episodes a day they watch.

Old shows that have been off the air for a while are the shows students are starting to watch.

“I know it’s an old show but I am absolutely obsessed with ‘One Tree Hill’,” Jacob Hallett said.

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