Yeah, I agree on that. Lots of people have also just seen it as a movie. the "tv series" seems to be (for now??) just an NL-only thing.
I haven't compared the movie and the "tv show" frame by frame (yet). there is supposed to be some new footage.. but no idea yet. (the few parts I did see I remembered from the movie)
I like it~
There isn’t currently a way to support this. Will take a look in the future.
I agree. I really dislike how people add movies waaaaaaaay too prematurely to TMDb :(
Right now there's something like;
"Rumored movies are accepted, but it's better to wait until a movie officially goes into production or until an official release date is set before adding them.
Cancelled movies and rumoured movies without any new news within 2 years will be deleted."
(from upcoming always-under-construction contribution bible)
So if you come across such entries on Trakt, please report them over at TMDb :D
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Discord would be neat too, I don't know Slack though..
I got my information from what lineker posted here;
Seems like Travis posted later too regarding the situation, didn't notice that one. You are right.
Still confusing to me, all those differenly language fields.
Actually there's a difference between spoken language and original language.
Spoken language is - obviously - the language(s) spoken in the movie/series. (for series: main language(s), not considering the episodes where some guest stars speak some foreign language. On Fear the Walking Dead it's spanish and english for example.)
Original language is more like the language spoken in the country where (most of) the producers come from.
At least, that difference was distinguished when I asked about it some time not too long ago on TMDb :)
And speaking of which; also a language fallback would be nice. Some Dutch shows will never ever be on English television. And there's no way people are gonna translate overviews / titles themselves.
TVDb doesn't even allow Dutch episode titles (even though English titles on Dutch pages ARE allowed?!) so it's just all empty on Trakt -- or anywhere that uses the English language only.
@michaelboonaert. Make sure the original language field is Dutch (if the show is indeed Dutch). There's also a field with Spoken languages, but that is not used for the info on Trakt.
For example, Gossip Girl did air in the Netherlands - and has an TMDb entry - I think, but the original language field should still be English for it is an American show.
Random would be very cool indeed!
It would also be nice if you could mark a whole season as previously watched (if you do that now, it's like you watched it right now...)