According to Inscape.tv, the TV data company with glass-level insights from a panel of more than 15 million smart TVs, during the weekend of June 26-28, the most binge-watched time-shifted shows (based on minutes binged as a percent of all binged shows that Inscape measured) were Las Vegas, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, NCIS: Los Angeles, The Office and Chicago P.D., in that order.
We often see police procedurals rank high, as they often air in syndicated marathons and are perfect for DVRing and later bingeing, so the most notable title on this list is Las Vegas. The NBC show ran 2003-2008, and aired in syndication on TNT for years before being removed from the schedule. This year, E! picked it back up and aired a marathon this past weekend, which most likely contributed to its appearance at No. 1 for bingeing.
And although it didn’t make the top five, it’s worth calling out The Chi at No. 6. The third season of this Showtime series, which was created by Lena Waithe and explores life in Chicago’s South Side, premiered on June 21.