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  • Time of day affects what people stream on Netflix
  • Time of day affects what people stream on Netflix
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Time of day affects what people stream on Netflix

Thanks to the rise of on-demand streaming services, people can watch TV shows and movies anywhere, any time. But research by Netflix has found that people have a preference for what they watch and when; comedy is a hit at breakfast while people prefer to watch dramas at lunch.

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