Ever since Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu introduced consumers to their video streaming services a decade ago, the way that people watch television has changed dramatically. No longer do shows have to be consumed on a week-to-week basis. To compete with the massive amount of content available today, these online services have more recently taken to dropping entire seasons at once, giving viewers the opportunity to polish off the shows they love at whatever pace they choose.
As a result of these new viewing patterns, shows no longer have to appeal to the casual viewer who may have missed an episode or walked in late after a commercial break. Therefore, we get more ...
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