In our fast-paced world, thereâ€™s one thing thatâ€™s starting to slow down: television. Have you ever dreamed of taking a long journey by train, but just couldnâ€™t afford to take the time off of work for such an adventure? Or maybe youâ€™d love to see the world by boat, but get a terrible sea sickness? Now, you can experience these things without leaving the comfort of your living room couch thanks to Slow TV.
Slow TV is newly popularized genre of television thatâ€™s gained popularity in Norway and has been brought to the United States with a little help from Netflix. Slow TV gets its name from the pace of the programming as well as the length; the longest broadcast on record is 136 hours (over 5.5 days), but most can last between 3-12 hours.
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