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  • Scripted TV shows are reaching their peak
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Scripted TV shows are reaching their peak

Even if you binged-watched an entire season of a TV show every day for a year, you wouldn't be able to get through all the available content. US TV reached a new milestone in 2015 with a record 409 scripted shows aired, in what FX president John Landgraf described as 'peak TV'.

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