Jon Hamm as Don Draper in the Season 7 premiere of AMC's Mad Men.
Michael Yarish—AMC
By Laura Stampler
December 23, 2014

The temperature’s dropping, and so is motivation to do anything that requires leaving the comfort of your couch. ‘Tis the season for binge watching, and to help enable your favorite winter activity, we’ve created a list of how long it will take to watch (or hate watch) every single episode of your favorite series in a row — without a bathroom break. Because if you’re going to do something, you might as well really commit.

The math was calculated in part by Nielsen and in part by us — although we standardized run times for consistency. All of the shows are currently streaming online:

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
2 seasons, 33 episodes — approx. 12 hrs

Louie
3 seasons, 39 episodes — approx. 13.6 hrs

Sherlock
3 seasons, 9 episodes — approx. 14 hrs

Laguna Beach
3 seasons, 43 episodes — approx. 16 hrs

Daria
5 seasons, 65 episodes — approx. 1 day

Orange is the New Black
2 seasons, 26 episodes — approx. 1 day, 2 hrs

The League
6 seasons, 70 episodes — approx. 1 day, 2 hrs

Game of Thrones
4 seasons, 40 episodes — approx. 1 day, 16 hrs

Breaking Bad
5 seasons, 62 episodes — approx. 1 day, 22 hrs

Parks and Recreation
6 season, 126 episodes — approx. 1 day, 23 hrs

Friday Night Lights
5 seasons, 76 episodes — approx. 2 day, 8 hrs

The Wire
5 seasons, 60 episodes — approx. 2 days, 12 hrs

Mad Men
7 seasons, 85 episodes — approx. 2 days, 18 hrs

Dexter
8 seasons, 96 episodes — approx. 3 days

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
7 seasons, 144 episodes – approx. 4 days, 9 hrs

Gilmore Girls
7 seasons, 153 episodes — approx. 4 days, 19 hrs

The West Wing
7 seasons, 156 episodes— approximately 4 days, 20 hrs

Law & Order SVU
16 seasons, 350 episodes — approx. 10 days, 13 hrs

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