Wikipedia's list of its top 100 most-viewed pages in 2013 has revealed, perhaps not surprisingly, that its English-language users do plenty of searches about their favourite TV shows and films.
Out of 4m pages hosted on the free encyclopaedia's English-language site, more than a third of the top 100 most viewed last year were related to TV and film, including Netflix favourites such as Breaking Bad and House of Cards as well as other popular "box set binge" series.
- Hatty Collier
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