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Fragmentation and convergence are core concepts in the theorisation of audiences in the digital age. Through the analysis of the practices and motivations of French-speaking university students in Brussels consuming (American) TV series on the Internet, this article shows how the intersection of these two concepts could contribute towards a more nuanced portrait of the habits of online audiences. Results show a demanding and autonomous audience of students not only in terms of which TV seriesfatcat:6vpxebnqkjg7rh5hyghei3rkpa