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Series Guide lets you track which episodes of a TV show you have seen and when the next episode will air (and you can then import it into your calendar)
I'm loving Series Guide at the moment. Add your favorite TV shows to it, drop a widget on the home screen, and it'll keep you updated as to when your shows are coming on. If you buy a license for it, or use the 30 day free trial, you can have the widget display shows that were on recently so you can see what you missed as well.
I have been using Seriesguide for a few weeks now. I don't know why I never heard about it,the app was out from so many years. It's a damn good app to keep track of movies and TV shows and it also integrates seamlessly with trackt.tv. You guys should definitely check it out.
For anyone who watches a lot of TV, and likes to stay organized, I highly recommend Series Guide
Very simple interface and does exactly what you need. You punch in all the shows you follow (for me, that's a lot), and then with the widget you can see what episodes are upcoming, and which were recently aired.
I'm all over the place with DVR, live viewing, Netflix binging of old shows, etc, and it's been a lifesaver in terms of staying organized.
I know I know, my biggest hurdle for productivity involves tv watching.
I've not had cable tv in years either. I highly recommend Series Guide. It will tell you when a new episode of a show you like airs. I've not yet found a show that it doesn't have information on, and I watch some obscure shows.
Ich schaue echt viele Serien und habe mir daher mal die 5€ gegönnt, um da die Übersicht zu behalten.
Die Investition hat sich extrem gelohnt.
*Make sure you have the modded version from Mobilism*
Download the app Here
Connect to your tract account to Series Guide
Go to a TV Show or movie within Series Guide
Scroll all the way down and click "Customize Extensions" then "Add extension" and then Terrarium TV
Then go back to the movie/TV show and click "Watch on Terrarium TV"
Edit: I have absolutely no clue if this works with fire sticks or android boxes so if someone tries, let us know.
I've been using SeriesGuide for a long whole and have no plans to switch. It works perfectly and even has a neat upcoming widget.
I got an app on my phone. One of the best apps out there for me. Here it is if you want to check it out.
I use the SeriesGuide app. I think exporting from tracktv is possible but I never used the feature so I'm not sure.
Us the app series guide, it will specify everything and lets you keep track.
This is the google play store link. It's also available on iOS.
SeriesGuide with X Pass (5€) or 2€/yr (in app purchase)
I know this is not a direct solution, but your post reminded me of this popular app, maybe it will be a good work-around for you?
Io uso Trakt sincronizzato ad una delle tante app "satellite", ossia SeriesGuide. Per film e serie tv.
Sure, so trakt.tv is just the website and back-end TV tracking service. You can find apps that integrate the trakt.tv api/protocol and use these apps to receive notifications about upcoming shows. I personally use the SeriesGuide app for trakt on my phone. Here are the apps that support trakt.tv Hopefully that explains it a bit better, if you have any more questions just ask.
Please remove any movie or TV posts from your Play Store listing. Recently many apps were flagged and banned for using copyrighted content.
Look at SeriesGuide screenshots in the Play Store for examples on how to circumvent this.
I use Seriesguide, and I highly recommend it. Just create an account on trakt.tv and connect the app to it.
Looks nice, but I still can't switch from SeriesGuide because it has TerrariumTV integration - a direct link to be able to watch the episode on Terrarium.
I could make do without Google Calendar -- my work schedule is emailed out in spreadsheet and PDF formats, and my wife is actually annoying at times with how often she reminds me of our social obligations. I could survive without Phonograph -- I don't need music when I'm out and about, and I could just start carrying my old iPod again if I really need music. I could get by just fine without PocketBell, QKSMS, or Weather Timeline -- the Google apps that come stock with a Nexus device can do most of what these apps can do, after all. I could even manage without Nova Launcher, though admittedly I would enjoy my phone a lot less.
But of all the apps I use every day, SeriesGuide is the one that, if I were to be forced to go without it, would really and truly have a negative impact on my life. I don't have the time to watch all my favourite shows as they air, and I honestly wouldn't be able to remember all of them without this app either, much less when they air. And for the few shows that I could remember the day and time for, I would be thrown for a loop when they're moved or if they go on hiatus for whatever reason -- as a Canadian, I don't immediately consider American holidays when I find out a show isn't airing. All this makes SeriesGuide invaluable to me. Buying the pro version was, quite honestly, the best software purchase I have ever made.
Have you used Series Guide? I switched from Twee to that one about a year ago. For my use it's better, it also does Movies.
Series Guide: [link]
Eu momentan folosesc SeriesGuide care îmi și face niște statistici drăguțe să mă ungă la pipoțică cu cât timp pierd cu serialele. Nu are partea de link pentru download, dar se sincronizează cu contul de trakt.tv dacă ai unul.
If you have an Android phone, you should download Series Guide. It's a great way to keep track of shows you watch. I'm sure iOS has something similar too.
Not exactly what you want, but Terrarium adds a extension to Series Guide which can directly take you to Terrarium streams for a particular episode. SeriesGuide also integrates with Trakt and Plex.
It's hard for me to keep track of the TV shows I'm watching, plus I need a better discovery tool out there. This app is one of the best apps I have ever CE across. I have talked to the developer a couple of times and he is awesome. He built it in part-time, and still supports it very actively. It was one of the first apps to become Nougat compatible. There are no ads in the free version, and there is a optional paid x-pass to support. Many people suggested other apps with 'better' features, but honestly, when I have Reddit, I don't need any other place to discuss episodes and this is a no-nonsense app. I really suggest everyone tries it. It has all functionality built in, and combined with a widget, there is no one that can beat it.
I'm a big fan of SeriesGuide on Android. You add all the shows that you watch, the app tells you when each episode airs, and you can check them off once you've watched them. Also it comes with a nice widget that shows which episodes are upcoming.
Play Store link
Can confirm. Series Guide makes tracking numerous shows at a time easier. You could set it up to have alerts on new episodes and even special episodes.
I use Series Guide on my phone to tell me when episodes air. No more missing episodes or getting excited only to find out it's a rerun. It uses the Trakt.tv backend.
Series Guide. Not sure if this can be counted as lesser known but it's vital for anyone that watches multiple TV shows over the same period of time. Great for tracking where you're up to.
You should download the app SeriesGuide (link). It's awesome for keeping track of the shows you watch, both binging and watching as it airs.
Powered by trakt. This android app is amazing. Keeps you up to date, and has an awesome widget to see which one of your shows is coming up.
Play Store links:
Sync for reddit pro
Series Guide on Google play store. It syncs your trakt.tv account and you are good to go. Been using it for past 4 years. It gives you the stats but doesn't recommend. For recommendations use IMDb maybe.
just fyi: there is an awesome Android app for keeping track of what Series you watched and checking each episode one by one, it also tells you when new episodes aired in the US.
i'm practically using it daily.
I use sesame as nova integration on a Samsung Galaxy s8 with Android 7.0!
Seriesguide is an app that tracks TV series ([link]), Sesame supports it by creating 3 links, but only 1 of 3 works, it does not work in the movie section or list section! Every time I click on movies go back to the seriesguide home page! Solid Explorer is a file manager, sesame asks me to create a manual link by telling you in which folder to log in! But as soon as I tell you which folder to choose, go back to the new Launcher home page! Thank you and sorry for my english!
SeriesGuide is another good app, works with TV shows and also movies. The app also syncs with Trakt, which other users have mentioned.
Guess you're gonna have to compete with SeriesGuide and Series Mate.
can't be 100% sure if it works in your case but try Seriesguide with its TTV extension to open the source page. Setup guide
So 50% of viewers have not arrived in the smartphone age where you can simply add a show to your Series Guide APP and always know when the next episode of ANY series you follow will air.
sigh... i bet the biggest drop off is old people as well?
I use an android app on my android tv box and tablet and phone.
It's called SeriesGuide. You add all the shows you like and it sends you a notification when it begins to air. You can look at upcoming shows that are about to air or the opposite you can look at shows that have just aired recently.
Could you please check if SeriesGuide Upcoming Shows widget refreshes correctly the next day (i.e. it should change from "tomorrow" to "today" after midnight regarding upcoming episodes)?
I am considering returning it because of this widget issue.
Never heard of twee. But looks like a tracking app. I use
Series Guide - [link]
and Movie Mate - [link]
seriesguide is great for TV shows
I don’t believe you can track shows within HBO Now. Though there many apps to track TV shows, as well as inform you when new episodes are available. Now since you have an Android TV I’m going to assume you also have an Android phone one of my favorite TV tracking apps for Android is SeriesGuide. If your using IOS I personally like TV Time.
I've been using SeriesGuide, which syncs with trakt. The only issue that I've had with it is that it displays when a series first airs using the worldwide date. This is an issue with a series like Humans or The Fall when they are broadcast on BBC months before they are available in the US market.
I use SeriesGuide on Android. Let's me keep track of episodes watched and episodes yet to come. Phenomenal app that let's you connect your trakt account if you have it
I use SeriesGuide. It keeps track of all my TV shows American, and Korean. Has a section for upcoming and recently aired episodes, and works offline.
I used to use MAL, but now I use Trakt to keep up with my movies,tv shows and anime the I just sync it all with SeriesGuide It's a fantastic app and the developer keeps it updated.
if you are watching tv series , you should download SerieGuide : [link]
I have some iOS friends who are missing this app badly , it's only available on android :)
if you have a Android device (smartphone / tablet) i STRONGLY recommend this app: Series Guide
You just add the Shows you like (new or old) and you get a nice managable list of Episode Guides and it tells you when NEW Episode air (and only the new ones, no reruns.) and you then make a checkmark on the episodes you've seen / have collected.
I fucking love SeriesGuide so much.
Apps I like in no particular order -
Just wondering if you have ever tried Series Guide and how it compares to TVShow Time. Does TST have trakt integration?
I've used SeriesGuide on Android, it syncs with trakt.tv as well.
I like SeriesGuide
I'm using SeriesGuide: [link]
SeriesGuide is also a worth-checking-out app in this regard.
Heard of SeriesGuide, though I don't use it.
It's back up for me.
Try the Series Guide app [link]
Not free though.
+1 the best TV show tracking app .. nothing else comes close SeriesGuide
Exactly this. I use the Android app series guide to add my friends recommendations to trakt
Which you can use on android via SeriesGuide, which I use.
SeriesGuide is amazing
I use trakt.tv but it doesn't have an app so I use this one with it
Set up guide link [link]
This one is the best I used Series guide you can connect trakt.tv if you want
Try this one, SeriesGuide :)
Something like Series Guide perhaps?
I use a Google Docs spreadsheet as well as trakt.tv, using SeriesGuide when updating from Android.
Nope. Still on there.
Use trakt.tv & Series Guide app.
I use the SeriesGuide app on my phone. If I'm not interested in reviewing movies, is there a reason to use Letterboxd?
I use TVShowTime (they have a website and apps for both Android and iOS). Many people like trakt.tv (a good Android app that can be linked with your trakt profile). Trakt let's you log movies and TV shows but isn't good for discussion, neither is TVShowTime.
My recommendation: Letterboxd for film logging and discussion. TVShowTime for TV show logging and r/television or the subs specifically for single TV shows for discussion. If you just want to log them Trakt is probably your best choice.
Or SeriesGuide. Way nicer UI imo
You want SeriesGuide. Nothing else even begins to compare.
If you use Android, I highly recommend the app SeriesGuide.
the Series Guide app is highly recommended to track TV shows
This one. [link]
La mia è serieGuide per android, si integra con trakt.
I use SeriesGuide, you can install it on Android TV
Try series guide
I've tried the TV Time app on Android, but it isn't my style - lots of wasted space. I'm using Series Guide on Android and used Twee for a while. Both have some syncing but they're either paid or for with a poorly designed site.
So, my setup now is to use this TV calendar (this is a good alternative, too), with Series Guide on Android (Twee is okay too), and the exported iCal file from the calendar site to Google calendar. I hide the TV calendar for most of my regular calendar apps but can use a simple calendar widget on my tablet or phone to display the information more densely (no banners and graphics, just a small text list with day, start time, and title in one line).
That covers about 95% of my needs, but there's always an oddball show or something announced that I want to remember, so I have a page in OneNote that has an embedded Excel document which serves as the 'master list'. That has columns with check boxes for whether it's in the Android app and the calendar site, if it's streaming, where it's streaming, if it's new, and notes (like 'last season'). All those have conditional formatting so I can tell when I'm missing info and where to go for streaming stuff at a glance.
Yeah, it sounds crazy when I type it out, but I didn't do it all at once - more like over the course of 2-3 years - and I mainly use the calendar site. If I hear something is new, I throw it in a simple OneNote text box, since that's installed everywhere, and take 5 minutes to review that every couple months when I run a computer backup.
Even I use that. I like it because it also includes anime and shows airing time according to my time zone.
I use SeriesGuide on Android. Very beautifully designed. It syncs with my trak.tv account as well.
If your running an Android device, Series Guide has a nice widget that shows you all upcoming shows.
Try the app Series Guide. I Google Play link
App-wise SeriesGuide is what I use to keep track of things
Ovaj sajt u kombinaciji sa ovom aplikacijom. Koristim godinama, radi odlično sve.
I use SeriesGuide for TV tracking.
I don't think so. I use SeriesGuide on my android to stay up to date.
Nope, it's free [link]
+1 for SeriesGuide.
Has a great material UI, Trakt.TV syncing is great and even does movies too.
SeriesGuide does TV shows and Movies... what does Movie Mate do that SG doesn't?
There definitely is.