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Obviously, it's more of the former than the latter because "Insatiable" became the ninth most binged original series on the streaming service last December.
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Insatiable blows that opportunity by falling back into the same trap as a billion films, TV shows and stand-up routines before it.
Yet here we are, having to say something, mostly because 100,000-plus people were moved, after seeing a trailer for the series earlier this summer, to sign one of those utterly useless online petitions and cry out from the bottomless pit of Twitter, demanding (demanding!) that Netflix pre-empt "Insatiable" and never stream it.
"Some writers like JK Rowling have this insatiable need and desire to be out there all the time, and that's entirely driven by their ego."
On one level The Insatiable, Inflatable Candylion was a quirky shot of pure escapist fun, on another it served as a parable for our troubled times.
In his petition, the man claimed that his wife had an excessive and insatiable desire for sex and harassed him following their marriage in April, 2012.
Virginia Beach, VA, May 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Insatiable - A Mermaid's Curse, a contemporary fantasy/romance novel by author Daniele Lanzarotta is edgy, dark, and twisted.
Despite the Girls Aloud star's debut solo album flopping and her lead single Insatiable peaking in the UK charts at No26, Rylan said she had a "fantastic voice".
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I told you my appetite for bowhunting is insatiable. By its very definition, an insatiable appetite cannot be satisfied.
Leap of faith: Rawiri Paratene and Sara Wiseman in The Insatiable Moon.