‘Binge-watching’ viewership casts bigger spotlight on TV composers

By Sue Zeidler LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Composers for television shows don’t usually get the same critical recognition as those composing soundtracks for films, but an increase in viewers “binge-watching” shows has led to a brighter spotlight on TV’s musical backdrop. Emmy-nominated Robert Duncan, who scored “The Last Resort,” a TV show about a U.S. nuclear submarine crew, said that viewers who watch several episodes of a show in a row on platforms such as Netflix were changing the art form of television soundtracks. “Times are changing,” he said. …

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