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Monday starts 'Binge Week' for ABC television fans

The ABC logo outside of ABC headquarters New York, New York.
The ABC logo outside of ABC headquarters New York, New York.
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From March 31-April 6, ABC is making the entire season of nine of its television series available for streaming, the network announced via press release Monday. Interested viewers can watch the comedies and dramas on Hulu, ABC.com, or the free mobile app, WATCH ABC. As the television season begins to wind down, this is a chance for fans to catch episodes they may have missed, introduce themselves to new programs in binge-watching sessions, or be reminded of the little intricacies that have been getting set up and might pay off in the season finales.

Series included in this project are comedies "The Neighbors" and "Trophy Wife," and dramas "Resurrection," "Grey's Anatomy," "Nashville," and "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland." It will also include the new season of reality series, "The Taste," and the full runs of dramas "Betrayal" and "Killer Women," the latter of which which did not air its finale two episodes on live television. "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" will air its series finale during "Binge Week," as well.