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How to organize my TV series torrenting (keep up with watched episodes and more)

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So popcorn time is slow af, Stremio add-ons are not working well and Kodi isn't a great UI (I really don't like it). I was feed up of streaming, I am switching to torrent downloading. Right now I use http://yts.ph/ (I think it is the official site) to have 720 or 1080 movies, it works great, the only thing that I miss from other apps is the ability to see popular movies or recommended ones, yeah I can search IMDB but it is more clicks and less watching :P

I have no issues with movies, but it is weird with series. Downloading and watching old series like Scrubs is great, already finished so I just delete the watched episodes and done, but with The Simpsons, it is different.

I wanted to ask which apps/calendars/things you use to keep your watched episodes marked, or how you keep up with episodes. Minimalistic and simple was are VERY welcome, more tricky ones too :P

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I use pogdesign to keep track of my TV shows. I love it, and it's never let me down.

Here's an example screenshot

of what this month's TV shows look like for me.
(It's showing only the TV shows that I'm tracking, however I could make it show every single TV show that exists there (I have yet to come across one that wouldn't exist there))

Some other things are e.g. it calculating how long you've spent watching TV shows (5 months for me, doesn't count in the hrs from watching some TV shows multiple times), and it showing ended/airing shows/unwatched episodes.

It's also pretty good for finding some TV shows to watch. It will recommend you shows, and you also check what's popular.

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I use rarbg and their catalogue functionality. You can search torrents by episode and even season packs without having to open new tabs or anything

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1 minute ago, Admin said:

Get qBittorrent 3.3.16 x64 and create an account on ShowRSS, add your shows and paste the link into qBt.

I discovered trakt and for now it suits me. Thanks for the alternative :)

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