The new age of TV

From the world-conquering ‘Game of Thrones’ to China, India and beyond — welcome to television’s global age

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The much-anticipated final season arrives this weekend — but can the show’s formula be repeated?

As the fantasy phenomenon reaches its conclusion, broadcasters bid to create TV’s new blockbuster

Unlike film adaptations, multiple episodes and seasons allow a story room to breathe

One wild week takes the actor from 19th-century Dorset to 21st-century LA

A new future for the TV operation after its acquisition by Disney

As James Cracknell raced to recapture past glories, ‘Fleabag’ showed how to quit while you’re ahead

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