1. Introduction.- Part I: Controlling Television: TV's Ancillary Technologies.- 2. Introduction: Control, Power, Television.- 3. Managing Choice, Negotiating Power: Remote Controls.- 4. New Regimes of Control: Television as Convergence Medium.- 5. Digital Television and Control.- Part II: Binge-Watching and the Re-invention of Control.- 6. Introduction: Binge-watching Netflix.- 7. Scheduling the Binge.- 8. `Quality', `Popular' and the Netflix Brand: Negotiating Taste.- 9. Netflix Marketing: the Binge and Diversity.- Part III: Netflix and the Re-invention of Transnational Broadcasting.- 10. Introduction: Netflix as Transnational Broadcaster.- 11. The Transnational, the National, and Television.- 12. The Transnational and Domestication: Netflix Texts.- 13. The Netflix Audience.- 14. Conclusion.
Mareike Jenner is Lecturer in Media Studies at Anglia Ruskin
University, UK. Her monograph American TV Detective Dramas
was published by Palgrave in 2015. She has published on
Video-on-Demand, genre and crime drama.