Why binge-watching TV might not replace weekly instalments

Miyake, Esperanza (2021) Why binge-watching TV might not replace weekly instalments. The Conversation.

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    Abstract

    Netflix is known for unleashing a whole series in one go, often provoking a mass entertainment feeding frenzy as people binge-watch entire seasons in one sitting. Think about the period drama Bridgerton, dished out on a single online viewing plate (quite aptly) on Christmas Day, 2020. All good for viewing figures.

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