boosted by spending a great scope of time analyzing the characters that are eminent in a given show. The brain usually codes the experiences from watching television thus the regions of brains that are activated are similar to those when one experiences a live event (Bitton, 2017).In the convectional system, we are entitled to watch one episode at a time that is one episode per week. With the emergence of the online streaming and the box set, one can get access to the entire film at once where one can watch an entire series on a single occasion. The being viewing phenomenon is becoming more prevalent and the behavior has attracted a great number of criticism such as regular television viewing thirty years ago. Binge watching encourages sedentary habits which can impact greatly on the health of the viewer. Most of the critics claim that being confined in the same space for a lengthy period of time with little or no movements, might result to the development of blood clots which arises from poor circulation of blood. In addition to that, binge watching acts as an escape window to realism. When one is glued to a number of series for a lengthy period of life, their social life is hindered. In accordanceto Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, after physical needs are met there is the essence of sociality needs (Bitton, 2017). The sociality aspect entails that by doing what everyone does, one might get a sense of social satisfaction. In the modern realm there are certain instance when interactionsare driven by conversations about various shows. The pervasive trend indicates the need for one watching the show thus resulting to one adapting the binge watching trend.The Impact of Binge Watching On Television CultureThe binge watching trend has resulted to the envelope of a new culture which destabilizesexisting television culture. Initially one could wait for the episodes of a series to be aired on a
How Evolution of the Television Has Impacted On Culture 9weekly basis but at the moment one can be glued on the entire series at a single moment. In addition to that, the initial television culture entailed viewing certain programs at a given time where in one day one can view more than one program but the emergence of binge watching is characterized with one being glued on a single television program until completion at a single time. The traditional viewing culture enabled one to keep up with the emerging information in the society where there was stipulated time for watching news thus being informed with what is going on in the political arena and other aspects in the society. Binge watching is greatly characterized with engulfing the viewer’s concentration on the single program being screened therefore channeling the concentration into something else might be difficult hence binge watching hinders individuals from keeping up to date with current events in the society.