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  • Netflix launches interactive TV shows
  • Netflix launches interactive TV shows
    Eric E Castro (2016) ©
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Netflix launches interactive TV shows

Netflix and chill could be a thing of the past. The streaming service is integrating interactive storytelling technology into selected shows, letting viewers play a part in the script. But with many people watching TV to escape from their hectic life, taking control over TV may not be what they want.

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