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Re: Also, for Clarity - THEY ARE ALL FUCKING SERIES

By DesCartes13/8 16:15Tue Aug 13 16:15:13 2019In response to Re: Also, for Clarity - THEY ARE ALL FUCKING SERIES

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Only in US-speak.

It's all more complicated than that. Certainly, in the UK, 'series' tends to mean a batch of episodes - e.g. a run of 6 in a given year, of a programme that runs for multiple years - but can also be used for all episodes over multiple years (a 'series' of 'series').

A 'season' tends to be used for a specially-selected collection of episodes of a programme from days gone by; e.g. a 'Best of Dad's Army season'.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/27090/season-vs-series

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