The number of scripted original US television series airing new seasons in 2016 hit a record 455, reflecting an explosion of original shows by online subscription services, research showed on Wednesday.
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Netflix said on Monday it would beam the new series of cult sci-fi franchise "Star Trek" to 188 countries across the world, excluding the United States and Canada.