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  • Netflix wants adults to interact with TV
  • Netflix wants adults to interact with TV
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Netflix wants adults to interact with TV

After successfully creating interactive content for children, Netflix is now experimenting with similar TV shows aimed at adults. These programmes will let viewers make plot-defining decisions all the way through an episode, letting them influence the outcome at will.

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