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Do you think there should be an official TV list?

Do you think there should be an official TV list?

No! This is iCheckMovies, not iCheckTV
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Yes, if we find a good list, but none of these lists are good enough
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Yes, adopt the IMDb Top 250
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Yes, adopt the TreasureTV list
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Yes, adopt the Hollywood Reporter list
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Yes, adopt the Rolling Stone list
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Do you think there should be an official TV list?

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It's not something that the mods are discussing. It's probably not going to happen. However, I'm curious how many people support the idea.

I found 7 possible options:

The IMDb Top 250 is voted by IMDb users, and only includes shows with at least 5000 ratings.
TreasureTV is based on thousands of lists, so it's like the TV equivalent of TSPDT. It's updated annually.
Hollywood Reporter (2015) was voted by 2800 industry people.
Rolling Stone (2016) was voted by 52 writers, producers and critics.
IGN (2017) was selected by IGN staff.
GamesRadar+ (2020) was selected by GamesRadar+ staff.
Empire (2021) was voted by readers.
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Absolutely no way. It's probably unfair to exclude TV from the lists we do have, such as Cahiers, but I think having a TV-only list would be horrendous. At that point, why not lists of episodes? Why not video games? Where does it cease?
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kongs_speech wrote: April 20th, 2021, 11:41 pm Absolutely no way. It's probably unfair to exclude TV from the lists we do have, such as Cahiers, but I think having a TV-only list would be horrendous. At that point, why not lists of episodes? Why not video games? Where does it cease?
I think most people don't watch individual episodes, so it wouldn't be very useful as a guide.
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I would vote a 1000 times no if I could.
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Not really that interested, but I voted for the second option, only because I'd love to see a TV list that actually looks interesting. These options all seem pretty interchangeable to me, with most of the same shows just in different order. Most of them seem to be 80-90% American with most of the rest British and maybe if we're lucky 1-3 anime shows. And mostly heavily 21st-century. So, not particularly interesting or useful to me at all. And if we did have a list it would probably just displace the IMDb mini-series list as the one I'm likely to have the lowest percentage of checks for. I guess that's something. :lol:
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OldAle1 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:05 am Most of them seem to be 80-90% American with most of the rest British and maybe if we're lucky 1-3 anime shows.
The TreasureTV list is only 75.6% American. I emailed some Asian lists to the guy who runs the website, so maybe more Asian TV will enter in the next update.
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mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:14 am
OldAle1 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:05 am Most of them seem to be 80-90% American with most of the rest British and maybe if we're lucky 1-3 anime shows.
The TreasureTV list is only 75.6% American. I emailed some Asian lists to the guy who runs the website, so maybe more Asian TV will enter in the next update.
"Only" 75.6% Anything above 50 I wouldn't even want to consider if I were involved in the decision process. If every online source of any note (in English anyway) seems to think that good TV = good American TV of the last 25 years, then from my perspective, fuck it. But then I think the IMDb lists are utter garbage and a disgrace, so that's not surprising. I personally just don't see a lot of value in any endeavor where we're just re-affirming the tastes of the most mainstream people out there, rather than trying to grow and expand the canon.
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So what would be the criteria for a check - watching every episode of a series?
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WalterNeff wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:18 am So what would be the criteria for a check - watching every episode of a series?
Yes.
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mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:21 am
WalterNeff wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:18 am So what would be the criteria for a check - watching every episode of a series?
Yes.
I vote for the one that would give me Bronze.
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I would be more interested in an Official List of best television episodes (e.g. 'The Soup Nazi' from Seinfield and 'Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?' from M*A*S*H) rather than a list of television shows where you need to watch the entire thing to earn a check. :shrug:
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I voted "no".

Not even if there's a list that is exclusively made up of things I liked and have seen.
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I'm not a conservative, so of course.
All of these if it were possible other than the game publications lists, otherwise TreasureTV, otherwise Empire?
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mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:21 am
WalterNeff wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:18 am So what would be the criteria for a check - watching every episode of a series?
Yes.
This is one of the main problems with TV in terms of ICM. Take The Simpsons, your position is nobody should check this unless they have seen every episode up to the latest episode of current season? For ongoing series, people would have to keep unchecking and checking if they didn't instantly keep up to date. It would get absurd.

I've checked The Simpsons. I haven't seen many episodes in the last 10-20 years, but have watched 100s of episodes in my life. For me I've seen enough to check, for you clearly I have not.

Generally if it's a continuing story like The Wire, I would wait until seen everything in a complete series to check but for purely episodic TV like The Simpsons, i don't think check purism makes sense.

This is where ability to check Seasons would improve things. Series can just expand indefinitely.
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Brokenface has a good point and what about inactive users who have checked Simpsons etc?
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brokenface wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:06 pm
This is where ability to check Seasons would improve things. Series can just expand indefinitely.
This 10000%.

Especially with the rise of series like American Horror Story and Fargo where each season is a self-contained story, like a macro-anthology.
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A check on a series = whenever you like to check a series.
Promoted check politics = whatever we settled on when it was discussed last time. Season probably or a selection of choice seasons. F.e. watching Prison Break for longer than 1 season is not advisable, True Detective is also only cool for one season I think, for Simpsons ~11 seasons is recommended.
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OldAle1 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:33 am
mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:14 am
OldAle1 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:05 am Most of them seem to be 80-90% American with most of the rest British and maybe if we're lucky 1-3 anime shows.
The TreasureTV list is only 75.6% American. I emailed some Asian lists to the guy who runs the website, so maybe more Asian TV will enter in the next update.
"Only" 75.6% Anything above 50 I wouldn't even want to consider if I were involved in the decision process. If every online source of any note (in English anyway) seems to think that good TV = good American TV of the last 25 years, then from my perspective, fuck it. But then I think the IMDb lists are utter garbage and a disgrace, so that's not surprising. I personally just don't see a lot of value in any endeavor where we're just re-affirming the tastes of the most mainstream people out there, rather than trying to grow and expand the canon.
I voted no. Cause I agree with kong that “It's probably unfair to exclude TV from the lists we do have, such as Cahiers, but I think having a TV-only list would be horrendous”. But if there ever is tv list adopted I totally agree with this sentiment.
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Armoreska wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:00 pm A check on a series = whenever you like to check a series.
Promoted check politics = whatever we settled on when it was discussed last time. Season probably or a selection of choice seasons. F.e. watching Prison Break for longer than 1 season is not advisable, True Detective is also only cool for one season I think, for Simpsons ~11 seasons is recommended.
Indeed.For checking series, especially long ongoing ones, when to check lies somewhere in the middle to me. You don’t have to see every 700+ episodes of the Simpsons to check it, and nobody expects someone to uncheck and recheck a series every new episode. On the other side to me you can’t check a complete series after only seeing a few episodes or just one or just the first 10 minutes of the pilot. But that’s just my view. If other people do want to check a complete series after seeing 10 minutes of it, they should.
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10 mins? Gee....
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Lonewolf2003 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 2:19 pm
Armoreska wrote: April 21st, 2021, 1:00 pm A check on a series = whenever you like to check a series.
Promoted check politics = whatever we settled on when it was discussed last time. Season probably or a selection of choice seasons. F.e. watching Prison Break for longer than 1 season is not advisable, True Detective is also only cool for one season I think, for Simpsons ~11 seasons is recommended.
Indeed.For checking series, especially long ongoing ones, when to check lies somewhere in the middle to me. You don’t have to see every 700+ episodes of the Simpsons to check it, and nobody expects someone to uncheck and recheck a series every new episode. On the other side to me you can’t check a complete series after only seeing a few episodes or just one or just the first 10 minutes of the pilot. But that’s just my view. If other people do want to check a complete series after seeing 10 minutes of it, they should.
Nope I demand you watch all 880 episodes of Saturday Night Live before you check it off. :D

But yea, I'm not COMPLETELY AND TOTALLY opposed to a TV list of some kind if it somehow fits (frankly a proper mini-series list would make more sense to adopt other than the one IMDB list out there) but I honestly can't think of one that I'd want adopted right now. Because yea, I really don't like the idea of on-going series becoming official.
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I'd actually be in favor of bringing in a TV list, assuming there'd be:

1) a combination of series, mini-series and stand-alone episodes (like those Play for Today ones)
2) as worldwide as possible, a 50% max inclusion of anglophone choices is, I think, enough, no?
and 3) ANIMATION should be ESSENTIAL, and, yes, particularly anime (where most of them surpass in quality plenty from live-action)
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Dimitris Psachos wrote: April 21st, 2021, 3:55 pm I'd actually be in favor of bringing in a TV list, assuming there'd be:

1) a combination of series, mini-series and stand-alone episodes (like those Play for Today ones)
2) as worldwide as possible, a 50% max inclusion of anglophone choices is, I think, enough, no?
and 3) ANIMATION should be ESSENTIAL, and, yes, particularly anime (where most of them surpass in quality plenty from live-action)
sounds like a dream list. not sure if other countries (non-Eng-Jap) are able to bring more than 2% to such a list.
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Scandinavian series sure are popular over here. South-Korean ones are doing very well on Netflix. Netflix in general has a pretty wide range of international series that do relatively well.
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Onderhond wrote: April 21st, 2021, 4:12 pm Scandinavian series sure are popular over here. South-Korean ones are doing very well on Netflix. Netflix in general has a pretty wide range of international series that do relatively well.
This is true, but don't forget that other users will revolt against too many inclusions from the horrid 21st century. And then things will get really complicated. :P

I can't imagine a list with only 50% English-speaking titles where the quota isn't enabled by tons of anime and Japan/Korea; I would wonder how many of the forum users (let alone site users) would have watched or known a good portion of titles on an orderly internationally mixed series list. (Like, multi-season series, not only the occasional mini-series from Poland or Brazil.) And then make sure to not ignore African series culture.
But as we learned from other list debates, this isn't a prerequisite, so ..
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brokenface wrote: April 21st, 2021, 12:06 pm This is one of the main problems with TV in terms of ICM. Take The Simpsons, your position is nobody should check this unless they have seen every episode up to the latest episode of current season? For ongoing series, people would have to keep unchecking and checking if they didn't instantly keep up to date. It would get absurd.
I think the ideal solution would be to have two different statuses, "watching" (partially watched) and "watched" (fully watched). There could also be statuses for "stalled" and "dropped". This is how it's implemented on most anime websites (MyAnimeList, Anime-Planet, AnimeNewsNetwork), as well as MyDramaList.

"Watching" would allow you to keep track of how many episodes you've seen. "Watched" would be disabled until the series is finished airing.

I don't know if Marijn would want to write the code, and I'm not sure where we could import the episode counts from.
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Armoreska wrote: April 21st, 2021, 4:09 pm sounds like a dream list. not sure if other countries (non-Eng-Jap) are able to bring more than 2% to such a list.
There are plenty of good TV series from other countries, but it'll be hard to find an expert who actually watches TV from many different countries. Most people watch TV from at most a few different countries.
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Armoreska wrote: April 21st, 2021, 4:09 pm
Dimitris Psachos wrote: April 21st, 2021, 3:55 pm I'd actually be in favor of bringing in a TV list, assuming there'd be:

1) a combination of series, mini-series and stand-alone episodes (like those Play for Today ones)
2) as worldwide as possible, a 50% max inclusion of anglophone choices is, I think, enough, no?
and 3) ANIMATION should be ESSENTIAL, and, yes, particularly anime (where most of them surpass in quality plenty from live-action)
sounds like a dream list. not sure if other countries (non-Eng-Jap) are able to bring more than 2% to such a list.
I'm fairly confident that even a 5% (for starters) would be pretty ideal (truth be told, TV series are the equivalent of opera: minimal country variety :think: )
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mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 6:49 pm
Armoreska wrote: April 21st, 2021, 4:09 pm sounds like a dream list. not sure if other countries (non-Eng-Jap) are able to bring more than 2% to such a list.
There are plenty of good TV series from other countries, but it'll be hard to find an expert who actually watches TV from many different countries. Most people watch TV from at most a few different countries.
There are a lot of mini-series from Russia tho not sure if any of them are top 100 good, but actual long series - no chance.
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I voted no. Some TV bridges the gap and if a film publication that has been deemed worthy of having a list thinks something crosses it enough to belong on their list, that's fine, it likely bridges the gap to some degree. TV is a different medium though and trying to combine multiple mediums into one site just gets messy.
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Armoreska wrote: April 21st, 2021, 7:24 pm There are a lot of mini-series from Russia tho not sure if any of them are top 100 good, but actual long series - no chance.
I haven't seen them yet, but I guess the main candidates would be Seventeen Moments of Spring, The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed, and Sherlock Holmes. They have good ratings on both Kinopoisk and IMDb. The first two are ranked #14 and #15 on the Kinopoisk TV top 250, and they also each got 2 votes in the Seance poll.
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Bing147 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 7:58 pm I voted no. Some TV bridges the gap and if a film publication that has been deemed worthy of having a list thinks something crosses it enough to belong on their list, that's fine, it likely bridges the gap to some degree. TV is a different medium though and trying to combine multiple mediums into one site just gets messy.
Well, if we ever get a TV list, I'll push for a games list too.
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Onderhond wrote: April 21st, 2021, 8:29 pm
Bing147 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 7:58 pm I voted no. Some TV bridges the gap and if a film publication that has been deemed worthy of having a list thinks something crosses it enough to belong on their list, that's fine, it likely bridges the gap to some degree. TV is a different medium though and trying to combine multiple mediums into one site just gets messy.
Well, if we ever get a TV list, I'll push for a games list too.
A games list would have even more disagreement about what counts as a check.

Are you allowed to use a glitch that skips 90% of the game?
What about online multiplayer games that never end?
What about arcade games that have hundreds of levels, and eventually a kill screen?
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mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 8:40 pm A games list would have even more disagreement about what counts as a check.
Just people being people.

If you can vote for a game, you can check a game. It isn't that hard.
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The things we play for a check ..
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Torgo wrote: April 21st, 2021, 8:49 pm The things we play for a check ..
/logs into his Pokemon Go account
It doesn't count as a check unless you catch every pokemon.
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An official list consisting of TV movies only would be okay, I guess.
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Onderhond wrote: April 21st, 2021, 8:45 pm
mjf314 wrote: April 21st, 2021, 8:40 pm A games list would have even more disagreement about what counts as a check.
Just people being people.

If you can vote for a game, you can check a game. It isn't that hard.
Except games cannot be brought over and are only here cuz bug.
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ANARCHISTS, ANIMAL RIGHTS, Assisted suicide, Existential films, SOCIALIST CINEMA (an amalgamation of lists), Feminist lists, various GSSRM lists (aka LGBTQ+), 2010s bests, Visual Effects nominees, kid-related stuff, great animes (mini-serie or feature), very 80s movies, mah huge sci-fi list, ENVIRO, remarkable Silent Films and Pre-Code (exploring 1925 atm) and every shorts and docu list I'm aware of and
/forum.icmforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=1434
and "Gordon" Liu Chia-Hui/Liu Chia-Liang and Yuen Woo-ping and "Sammo" Hung Kam-bo
imaginary awards | youtube channels | complaint lounge | explain how big a fan of slavery you are here, ..viewtopic.php?f=12&t=1535 and here: ..viewtopic.php?f=12&t=4484
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So rebrand the "bug" to "feature" and we're all good.
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Lmao we do not need fucking video games on the site.
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