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The Netflix Method Of Dropping Shows All In One Go Is Over

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If you're as old as I am, you'll remember a time when streaming services weren't a thing. You couldn't have The Office running on a loop 24 hours a day to keep you company.

If you wanted to watch an episode or two, you had to hope it was showing on TV at that exact moment, or dig out the DVDs, which were so expensive you probably didn't bother.

You also had to settle for whatever episode happened to be on at the time. No flicking straight to Dinner Party for the very best uncomfortable comedy The Office has to offer.

As for new shows, they would be shown on TV once a week between autumn and spring, with pretty much nothing over the summer.

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