Old Hand : You've signed up to BetaSeries one year ago. Let's celebrate. — On 2 December 2013
Beginner : You watched your first episode. Welcome on BetaSeries! — On 24 August 2013
Surbooking : Wow, 12 badges on your profile, we won't have any space left for new ones. — On 24 August 2013
Flashmob : You've watched the same episode as 75 people on that day, you're in! — On 24 August 2013
Einstein : 10 episodes over a week, it's time to bring some relativity into your life. — On 24 August 2013
Hermit : You've watched 4 episodes in a few hours. Please do something of your life. — On 24 August 2013
Jack Bauer : You've watched more than 24 hours of episodes, call the CTU! — On 24 August 2013
Look at me : A month has passed and 30 episodes have been watched, you are a double clicker. — On 24 August 2013
Catching Up : Three episodes of the same show in a row… Looks like we have something to catch up. — On 24 August 2013
Senior : 50 shows, we can't stop you. Go on, we don't mind... — On 20 February 2013
Hyperactive : Your friends updated their profile more than 30 times over the last 24 hours, they're good customers. — On 29 November 2012
Skilled : 25 watched shows, be careful or you're going to become an addict! — On 29 November 2012
Captain Spock : You're following 5 science fiction shows, watch out for the aliens. — On 29 November 2012
Drama Queen : 10 dramas in your account? You better take tissues next time. — On 29 November 2012
Rookie : You've added your tenth show, you're starting to have an interesting profile. — On 29 November 2012
Here are some examples of badges you may have while continuing your activity on BetaSeries. Be careful, this is not an exhaustive list, many others are waiting for you at the turn!
Junior : You've watched 10 episodes from 10 different shows, that's a good start.
Skilled : 25 watched shows, be careful or you're going to become an addict!
Rookie : You've added your tenth show, you're starting to have an interesting profile.
Godfather : You've invited a friend on BetaSeries, you now have to take care of them.