It depends on definition of “binge watch”. For instance, Do you mean watching a few episodes (3 or 4 say) of a show as opposed to putting up the black out shades and sitting for 12 hours at a time in your PJs…?
Catching up on TWD.
I started in on The Flash and finished out season 1 just to get the story arc, but it was more a test of endurance; I saw a review that said season 2 was pretty much a repeat of the first, so thankfully I have no temptation to watch it further. That being said, Mark Hamill’s performance as The Trickster was a diamond atop the turd. I recommend watching only his scenes. Now I have to go back and re-watch all his appearances as The Joker.
I just don’t have the mindset to binge-watch and I get burned out if I try it. Two episodes of a show, 3 tops, is as much I can do in one sitting. For network shows, I watch them the “old fashioned way” (I might DVR them, but I will watch it within a few days and still only one episode a week). For a Netflix series, I pretty much will limit myself to 2-3 episodes a week, even if it is something I really like.