Definition of hate-watcher in US English:

hate-watcher

noun

informal
  • See hate-watch

    • ‘Any hate-watcher over the last few episodes should be crestfallen - the show has finally found its stride.’
    • ‘Say what you will about those hate-watchers: it deserves credit for breaking out of the box and trying something new.’
    • ‘It has just the right amount of preposterous dialogue and clunky transitions to draw potential hate-watchers too.’
    • ‘The show's legion of hate-watchers will likely be quick to point out that we probably could have picked up on the basics of that message without having it spelled out for us.’
    • ‘Since 2009, he has become something of a legend among reality TV fans and hate-watchers alike.’