Binge Watching is the way to go

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Binge Watching is the way to go

Column by Eliana Hardy

Column by Eliana Hardy

Column by Eliana Hardy

Column by Eliana Hardy

Eliana Hardy, Entertainment Page Editor

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After a long week of school, filled with homework and tests, the weekend comes just in time for blissful relaxation in front of the TV.

It’s time for my weekly session of binge-watching, which is defined as watching multiple episodes of a television program in rapid succession.

My go-to show is The Good Doctor, Mondays at 10 p.m. on ABC.

The show revolves around the life of surgeon Shaun Murphy, played by Freddie Highmore, as he juggles being a surgeon in a prestigious hospital and his social life.

To complicate matters, Murphy is autistic, trying to figure out how to be an adult on his own while at the same time trying to save lives.

Murphy struggles with gaining respect from his peers because of his autism. He is constantly judged and underestimated by his fellow doctors and patients, but he never lets that get in his way.

This show that will sometimes make me a bit emotional and other times have me hanging onto the edge of my seat.

From tragic stories of the patients to drama between doctors, something in every episode has me eagerly clicking on to watch the next episode.

The Good Doctor isn’t just a show about about a young man with autism, it’s about overcoming challenges that appear unexpectedly.

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