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Creating shows designed for binge watching (and the Millennials who are binging) is all the rage, but Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu may have something to learn from traditional TV.

Mar 25 2016

Creating shows designed for binge watching (and the Millennials who are binging) is all the rage, but Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu may have something to learn from traditional TV. Shows like Jessica Jones have been criticized for losing focus and adding pointless obstacles to storylines to take up time, which can deter from the central conflict. Traditional TV, limited to once-a-week airings, generally puts more effort into telling a story each episode that contributes to and strengthens the overall series. Interestingly, earlier this week we covered the news that TV networks are reshaping their strategies to be more like binge-able shows. (Vox