Comicbookdb.com for T.V. shows?

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Comicbookdb.com for T.V. shows?

Postby PanDaa86 » Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:06 pm

A bit of a stab in the dark really - I'm looking for a website that has the same functionality as comicbookdatabase.com but for logging/managing television shows that you own (and possibly movies too but the T.V. bit is more important). I've found a couple of bits of software I can download but thats not really what I want.

If anyone knows of any such site please point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated!

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Re: Comicbookdb.com for T.V. shows?

Postby mikebo » Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:36 pm

If you're just looking to catalog DVDs and/or Blu-rays you own, I'd recommend DVD Aficionado. http://www.dvdaf.com
You can search by director, some actors, studio/publisher and many other categories. You can make notes about your own personal copy, and you can make as many lists as you can imagine. You cannot however edit an entry and update information ala ComicBookDB.

http://www.TVTome.com allows for editing entries, but I don't know that it has a collection aspect to it. You can put a show on your watchlist or favorite it, but not on a episode level if you need that.

http://www.IMDB.com allows for editing entries, but most things need approval after submission. And you can make a MyMovies list, and even detail it by an episode by episode basis. It isn't very user friendly in its current state however. You have to add everything to a catchall watchlist first, and then you can move those entries to other self made lists if you choose to.

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Re: Comicbookdb.com for T.V. shows?

Postby PanDaa86 » Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:38 pm

Hi

Thanks for your message - maybe I didn't explain very well - I want to be able to log t.v. episodes that I have - the movie thing would be a bonus but in no way necessary.

imdb sounds like the closest but sounds like it will be too time consuming.

Worst comes to the worst I can just write a list on my website but thought i'd ask!


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