watchable

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watch·a·ble

 (wŏch′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being watched; viewable: watchable wildlife.
2. Good enough to watch: "The fastest modem ... delivers jerky real-time video that is watchable but not for long periods of time" (David Colker).
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watchable

(ˈwɒtʃəbəl)
adj
1. capable of being watched
2. interesting, enjoyable, or entertaining: a watchable television documentary.
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watch•a•ble

(ˈwɒtʃ ə bəl)

adj.
interesting or enjoyable to watch.
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Translations

watchable

[ˈwɒtʃəbl] ADJ [programme] → que se deja ver
the film is eminently watchablela película es sumamente entretenida
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watchable

adjsehenswert
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True, the big name cast at least tried hard to inject some degree of watchability into the proceedings, even if the script insisted in scuppering them at every turn.
Louis and Boston is proving to be vastly superior in theatricality, watchability and sheer brutality as that Final continues a long weekend in St.
Now, if only all of Zahler's characters were able to maintain the same high level of watchability as Gibson does, that would really be something.
The fact it's resplendent with wonderful Welsh scenery and familiar backgrounds just adds to its watchability.
Bay's directorial brio elevates the preposterousness to coolly detached watchability.
The sites that are the most successful, he believes, have created a hybrid style, one that combines online-friendly short takes, premium production, and the compulsive watchability of the best subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) programming.
Just to underline the nail-biting watchability, the four team scores in the last two games were 33, 34, 35 and 36.
In terms of originality or watchability, mind, this is no Clueless or Mean Girls but more an extended montage of genre banalities, including a dressing-up scene, some tame romance and a fraught prom.
A Gogglebox-wannabe holiday review show with none of the warmth or watchability of the original bunch of families airing their views on TV.
TV-viewing audience, scores each ad in the exact same manner, and results are presented on a scale of 1 to 950, which represents scoring on creative attributes such as persuasion, likeability, information, attention, change, relevance, desire and watchability. Ace Metrix applies a natural language processing algorithm to the hundreds of qualitative verbatim responses collected for each ad, deriving a score that indicates positive, negative or neutral emotional impact and represents the ad's position on an Emotional Sentiment Index ranging from 1 to 100.
I don't think any league in the world rivals the Premier League in terms of it's intensity, excitement and sheer watchability.
The report said that unlike the other ads on Facebook, Premium Video Ads are being vetted for creative quality and 'watchability' before they reach users' feed.