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watchable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwatchablewatch‧a‧ble /ˈwɒtʃəbəl $ ˈwɑːtʃ-, ˈwɒːtʃ-/ adjective informal  if a film, television programme etc is watchable, it is interesting and enjoyable a highly watchable film
Examples from the Corpus
watchableBut it's always watchable, and always strangely loveable.Nevertheless, John Dove's production is highly watchable, and boasts a fistful of fine performances.In person, this seemingly mild man is a great deal more watchable and engaging than some of his movies.At other times her minimalist approach seems vaguely stilted, and even her immensely watchable face can't carry the day.Let's not mince words, Cathal Coughlan is the most compulsively watchable frontman in Britain today.
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