Once upon time, conversations about TV used to be like this:
“Did you see Neighbours yesterday?”
“Yes, I saw most of it. Bouncer had a dream…” And so on.
A few years later, it would often be more like.
“Did you see Sex and the City last night?”
“Don’t tell me about it. I’ve taped it.”
Now, it’s more like:
“I watched Santa Clarita Diet yesterday.”
“Cool. I’ve not seen that. Or heard of it actually. Get back to me in 2020.”
For we live in the age of bingewatching. All of our viewing is laid out before us. In the 1970s, this would have meant whole series of The Onedin Line, Upstairs Downstairs and er, Poldark would have been presented to us in one go. Today, it means I’m bang up to date with some things (13 Reasons Why, Crazy Ex Girfriend, Transparent) and miles behind on others. I’m…
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