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It’s Not Just TV’s Golden Age, We’re Living in the Golden Age of TV Hype

Back in March, HBO made fans watch ice melt for 69 minutes on Facebook Live to find out when Season 7 of Game of Thrones would premiere. A few weeks later, TBS trolled the premium cable channel by "freezing" the title character of one of its own series, slapstick comedy Angie Tribeca, in a life-size...
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