For those who like to watch, this is for you: XFINITY Watchathon Week.
The biggest catch-up in TV history is coming!
Do you get annoyed when people talk about this show or that show being the Greatest. Show. Ever. … and you have never seen it? You don’t have to feel left out at the Watercooler any more….
XFINITY TV is serving up a binge-watcher’s dream: one week of free VOD and streaming access to more than 3,900 hours of award-winning and popular TV series from March 25-31.
And it’s top-tier TV. In addition to making over 100 television shows available for free, XFINITY will also offer up nearly the entire On Demand libraries for HBO, Showtime and Starz. Yep, that means during Watchathon, even non-subscribers can get their eyes on premium-channel offerings. Now you can finally cross “The Wire” off your TV Bucket List! Revisit dear old friends like the ladies of “Sex and the City.” Or get in on the addictive “Homeland!”
What’s all this fuss about “Downton Abbey“? What’s so great about zombies (“The Walking Dead“)? Why are over 8 million people watching “Duck Dynasty“? Is “The Sopranos” really one of the best shows ever? Why is “Dexter” everybody’s favorite serial killer? How come everyone’s mad about “Mad Men“? Should we join the “Revolution“? Why does “Game of Thrones” rule?
Now’s your chance to get with the program, literally!
Here Are Five Fun Facts About XFINITY Watchathon Week:
• There is so much content available it would take a viewer roughly 166 days to watch it all – the equivalent of 5.5 months.
• TV enthusiasts can watch a total of 168 one-hour episodes of their favorite TV dramas or a total of 336 30-minute episodes of their favorite TV comedy series.
• In order to watch THAT MUCH TV in one week, a household would need 24 TVs or screens going 24 hours a day for seven days straight.
• You could fly from New York to Los Angeles a total of 798 times in the amount of hours it would take to watch all available Watchathon content.
• According to Guinness World Records, the longest television-watching marathon lasted 86 hours and 37 minutes. TV junkies could easily break that record during XFINITY Watchathon Week.
Watch: TV Stars Explain How to Binge View During XFINITY Watchathon Week: