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  • Disney+ aims to end binging culture with weekly releases
  • Disney+ aims to end binging culture with weekly releases
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Disney+ aims to end binging culture with weekly releases

Despite the popularity of binge-watching, Disney is taking a different approach with its subscription service and releasing episodes weekly. By prolonging the delivery of a series, it's hoping to engage viewers for longer and spark communal water cooler conversation.

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