Episodes for Mac
Keeping track of all your favorite TV series, upcoming release dates, and which episodes you have actually watched can prove to be quite challenging. Episodes is a small but efficient OS X application that can help you grab extensive metadata about some of the most popular shows on TV, and monitor your progress in watching them.
Well organized TV shows manager that works right out of the box
Noteworthy is that Episodes does not download videos, and does not include video playback capabilities: the utility simply provides detailed metadata about each TV show, and helps you track the status of each episode (seen or unseen).
Episodes will import the metadata from TheTVDB.com website, which means that you need to have an active internet connection. Within the app’s main window you will be able to view the attached artwork, the complete list of episodes (including the announced ones), a synopsis for each episode, and so on.
Effortlessly track your viewing progress and the release of new episodes
Episodes allows you to organize the TV shows into various categories: watchlist, unseen, or archive. If you are storing the TV series video files on your Mac, simply include the respective location in the show’s description, and you will be able to launch the videos in your default video player via the contextual menu.
What’s more, Episodes also downloads information about new episodes that have already been announced, and automatically creates a list with the next to be aired shows.
Stylish software solution for tracking your favorite TV shows
All in all, Episodes can help you make sure you will never miss another episode from your favorite TV shows, including the ones that have not been aired yet. Since all the metadata is quickly downloaded from online resources, all you have to do is track your viewing progress by changing the episodes status.