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Topic # 220137 27-Jul-2017 13:56
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As the title asks.

 

This list still shows heaps of things that I finished watching months and months ago.

 

After I watch the last episode, the show stays on the list and just goes back to the beginning and tells me that s01e01 is next up.





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Reply # 1832284 27-Jul-2017 14:39
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Hey - at the moment you can't remove stuff from that list. :/




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  Reply # 1832338 27-Jul-2017 15:31
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GeorgefromLightbox:

 

Hey - at the moment you can't remove stuff from that list. :/

 

 

That's really frustrating.

 

I just finished all 9 seasons of Seinfeld, but on the PS4 it is now sitting in the "Continue Watching" list back at episode s01e01. It's the same for several other shows that I have watched to completion.

 

Why would I want to "continue watching" something I have already finished?!

 

On other platforms these appear on the "Recently Watched" list (it looks like these are actually the same list, just with different names depending on platform).

 

It would be great if the developers could get it so after you watch the last episode of a series that it from removes it from the list - only you'd want it to reappear on the list when a new episode becomes available (e.g. Preacher that gets a new episode every week).

 

While I'm giving you a wishlist, being able to manually remove shows from the list is something that would be helpful as well. If I watch the first episode of a show and don't like it I don't want it to remain on my list forever.

 

Thanks


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1832339 27-Jul-2017 15:33
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Yup, so the Continue Watching list is basically an evolution of the Recently Watched list. I hear your point about if you've watched something to the end, you probably don't want to see it in there.

 

I clearly can't promise anything, but will add it to the list :)




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  Reply # 1832341 27-Jul-2017 15:35
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GeorgefromLightbox:

 

Yup, so the Continue Watching list is basically an evolution of the Recently Watched list. I hear your point about if you've watched something to the end, you probably don't want to see it in there.

 

I clearly can't promise anything, but will add it to the list :)

 

 

Thanks @GeorgefromLightbox. Even the option to manually remove shows from the list would be a big help, and maybe easier to implement (but I have no idea!).


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