If you are anxious about missing episodes, Watch also features a Watchlist, so you will never miss out on new ones.
The clip, which features the most impressive user-submitted clips of 2017 so far, was posted on July 28 and has already amassed a whopping 351 million views on Facebook - and roughly 1 million views on YouTube.
Facebook's revamp of its video offering, unveiled earlier this week, could impact on the attitude of the music industry towards the social media giant as licensing talks continue. These shows will be made out of live or recorded episodes that follow an already set storyline or theme, basically, what most expect from a show or series.
All of which has led some to predict that Facebook will ultimately end up on the same diss list as YouTube, ie a platform that the music industry reluctantly does business with, for marketing and content management reasons, but which is routinely bad mouthed by the music community to politicians and the press. While watching shows, users can comment and react, as well as connect with friends or other viewers.
There's also a monetary incentive for publishers to create and upload original videos to Facebook Watch.
With Watch though, people can find their favourite shows in episodes and watch them within their Facebook app. Per reports, some of the shows that will be available on Watch include Tastemade's Kitchen Little (cooking show for kids), National Geographic's "Safari Live", NASA's "Science @ NASA", Gabby Bernstein (motivational series), A&E's "Bae or Bail" (reality show).
The initially testing party for Watch will consist of creators and publishers, who will be making their shows.
The world's largest social network added a video tab a year ago, and it has been dropping hints for months that it wanted to become a source of original and well-produced videos, rather than just shows made by users. Tastemade's Kitchen Little is a amusing show about kids who watch a how-to video of a recipe, then instruct professional chefs on how to make it.
Facebook has also signed a deal with Major League Baseball to broadcast one live game per week. Similarly, the ability to make shows will also be available to a small amount of U.S. users for now. Watch is being rolled out to a limited amount of people in the US for now but more will have access to it soon. Similarly, it'll be opening up Shows to a limited group of creators with a plan to roll out to all soon.