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Old 10-12-2017, 12:13 PM   #1
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Default Is there a Letterboxd for TV shows?

My uncontrollable need to catalog, list and rank forces me to search for a Letterboxd-like site for tv shows.

Anyone know if there is something similar, with more or less the same characteristics?
It would be awesome if the shows would be subdivided by each seasons.

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Old 10-12-2017, 04:56 PM   #2
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I was thinking about this laying in bed last night. That'd be cool if they just added a TV section to Letterboxd.
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My uncontrollable need to catalog, list and rank forces me to search for a Letterboxd-like site for tv shows.

Anyone know if there is something similar, with more or less the same characteristics?
It would be awesome if the shows would be subdivided by each seasons.

Thanks!
I think Letterboxd has said they would possibly be adding a Television section in the future. How soon is yet to be determined.
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Old 04-09-2021, 07:33 PM   #4
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TVTime is okay. There is also hobi which is nice because it cross syncs with trakt.

Of course mini series or tv shows that are just one season can also be found on letterboxd.
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My uncontrollable need to catalog, list and rank
I do that in Excel (Because I like the idea to be sort of like Mark Rylance in Ready Player One).
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I think Letterboxd has said they would possibly be adding a Television section in the future. How soon is yet to be determined.
If a show can be considered a mini series, like WandaVision or the new Mighty Ducks show, those are already listed. A decent amount of newer shows on HBO and Netflix have been popping up.
I know Netflix lists each new Netflix Unsolved Mysteries episodes as a 'film.'
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I've been using trakt.tv for the past couple of years. It lets you log (or even scrobble) films, TV, shorts, and miniseries. You can rate all the things, add lists and reviews, and it can pump out some stats (although I don't remember if that requires a subscription).

I've been fairly happy with this site, especially since I easily lose track of progress in a TV season, but as long as I keep trakt updated, I can find my place again.
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I do that in Excel (Because I like the idea to be sort of like Mark Rylance in Ready Player One).
Me too, both for tv and films
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