Kotaku Here’s a bunch of the stuff you can kill in Middle-earth: Shadow of War. The game’s latest trailer has Talion bend the knee to a tree spirit, ride on the backs of ...
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The Tick's Creators Split Up the New Season to Curb Binge ... If you’re a fan of The Tick, you might have noticed that the first season of Amazon’s new series based on the hero has been split up into two parts ...
The Tick's Creators Split Up the New Season to Curb Binge Watching Image Amazon If you’re a fan of The Tick you might have noticed that the first season of Amazon’s new series based on the hero has been split up into two parts with six episodes up for streaming on Amazon Prime now and six more going up later this fall Babylon 5 Season 3 Ep 17 War Without End Part II Turns out this was a judgment call by the show’s creators and they had a good reason Talking to CinemaBlend creator Ben Edlund and his executive producers revealed that they deliberately split up the season deciding to air it in two sixepisodes blocks in order to push back against the viewership’s tendency to binge watch “The Binge Watching sic issue is I see it as it’s a perfect dive from a high board and there’s no splash” Edlund told CB “We’re all sort of veterans of the opposite of that Fan energy wants to have a culture to express itself in So if you split a season and give a gap inbetween you get anticipation you get people are able to talk about what happened Babylon 5 Season 3 Ep 17 War Without End Part II ” This isn’t exactly a new ideaif I recall Hulu’s rationale for airing shows like The Path one episode at a time was similarbut it’s still really intriguing to me I’m interested in the way delivery method and form shapes the way we receive a medium like television Does watching a show in a staggered manner allow us to engage with it to even enjoy it more than watching it in one or two big clumps Edlund and co seem to think so And certainly times when I’ve waited week after week for episodes of a highly anticipated series to air have been memorable But has my viewing experience been on the whole improved by that anticipation I can’t really say for sure When the rest of Amazon’s The Tick goes up it might make for a good thought experiment Is this more enjoyable than it would’ve been a couple months ago Do you feel more engaged CinemaBlend