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  • Trio of LGBT TV dramas go live in UK
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Trio of LGBT TV dramas go live in UK

In a multiscreen, multiplatform world, the way we digest media is changing. With viewers increasingly going online to watch their favourite shows - from House of Cards to Bob's Burgers - a risqué new Channel 4 series is attempting to bridge the gap between TV and online.

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