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This paper addresses the question as to whether serial quality TV has the potential to valorize its fans. We draw on Bourdieu's theory of distinction, assuming that demonstrated preference for a specific cultural taste has consequences for the attribution of capital endowment overall, and especially within an adept group. These assumptions are tested via a 3 (preference for high-culture vs. conventional television vs. quality TV series) x 1 online experiment with between subject design plusdoi:10.6092/issn.2421-454x/8216 fatcat:w2sma6noszb5hhzlbms6wbvcom