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    TV seasons that cross the new year

    I'm thinking that any thread about a TV season that started in Fall 2016 but is still going on now should be moved to the 2017 Season forum, but with a permanent redirect left behind.

    Mods : Can you confirm that you're able to do this?

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    Walking Dead needs this.

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    Counter argument: Kill the TV forums. There isn't enough interest in all these shows to justify multiple subforums, broken out by year.

    Threads for prestige shows get attention (when those shows are running) but the others don't. It's a pain in the ass to find anything the way this is currently organized.
    "I don't have time to only care about good."—Duke

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    Quote Quoting Irish (view post)
    Counter argument: Kill the TV forums. There isn't enough interest in all these shows to justify multiple subforums, broken out by year.

    Threads for prestige shows get attention (when those shows are running) but the others don't. It's a pain in the ass to find anything the way this is currently organized.
    Yeah, this.
    "We eventually managed to find them near Biskupin, where demonstrations of prehistoric farming are organized. These oxen couldn't be transported to anywhere else, so we had to built the entire studio around them. A scene that lasted twenty-something seconds took us a year and a half to prepare."

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    I'd third that sentiment. What seems necessary for the film stuff to help keep things organized feels needlessly cluttered when it comes to the TV stuff.

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