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23 minutes ago, FrenchFan said:

If only it could be The young and the Restless … 

Agreed!!

its exciting but I feel like with the episodes in the vault now at 1992 we were already getting all the B&B classics 

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In a way, it's a clever move since they likely know episodes are being shared, stored and archived by fans. This way, they have some measure if control and can benefit from viewer counts and ad placements (should they decided to run ads). For years, I have been saying that soap opera production companies should be streaming vintage episodes and finally, someone was smart enough to listen and regard!!

Also, if P&G decided to stream 1985-1986 of As The World Turns, I'd be over the moon!

Since episodes have a run time of 30 minutes per episode, commercials included (I wonder if these uploaded videos will include ads?), they really should upload at least 2 per day. Also, has B&B never heard of binge-watching? 

On the positive side, it would be great if this began a trend with classic daytime dramas.

Ironically, I watched the first episode again just three weeks ago.

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The first 16 episodes have been on DVD for some time now. I own it. I guess I'll have to wait for episode 17 before watching it.

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They will have to increase the amount of uploads at some point because one episode a day is not enough for a soap opera with so many episodes. Fans like to relive their shows, but not in real time.

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2 hours ago, ReddFoxx said:

They will have to increase the amount of uploads at some point because one episode a day is not enough for a soap opera with so many episodes. Fans like to relive their shows, but not in real time.

 

Also, binge-watching is the way streaming is done now. You can't say you're doing streaming and offer viewers the chance to binge-watch. 

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