Ugh, this was me this evening: Hmm, this new Netflix show no one knew about until just a few days ago looks interesting. I think I'll watch an episode. It's only a little bit after 7pm. That should be enough time to decide whether I want to bother finishing the rest of it. [three episodes later] AARGH IT IS AN HOUR PAST MY BEDTIME! I WANT TO STAY UP AND FINISH THIS NOW NOW NOW! I'm going to bed now, though, because I have five more episodes of it to get through, and staying up until 3am is not a good move for me nowadays.
(If you haven't started watching yet, just be aware that The OA is one of those shows you should know as little about as possible going into it aside from knowing that her dad is Hershel from The Walking Dead, the fiftyish guy who looks familiar is Draco's dad from Harry Potter, and the teacher lady is Phyllis from The Office, and that's really just so you aren't distracted by trying to figure out why those actors look familiar. And the big one: This show is not something to have running in the background while you do something else. If you like longform slowly-unfolding weird twisty atmospheric mysteries, this is for you. It has completely sucked me in.)
(Basic setup: This woman randomly shows up after disappearing seven years ago. She was blind when she disappeared. She is not blind now. And here's her story.)