Which provinces binge-watch shows the most? Study looks at who's watching, and what's on TV

A newly released survey conducted on Canadians’ streaming habits reveals that Nova Scotia and Prince Edward residents do most binge-watching in Canada.

According to a survey of 1,000 Canadian residents conducted by Time2Play, an online gambling review website and entertainment blog, three in four admitted to binge-watching TV shows.

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