TV search engine tells you when that show is on next

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8 Responses to “TV search engine tells you when that show is on next”

  1. rollerskater says:

    this is a brilliant idea.

  2. mdhatter says:

    On a slight tangent, I use a site for public radio schedules, podcasts, and streams called PublicRadioFan.com. Global listings too, and with lots of different ways to organize the listings.

    It’s inspired me to join more than one station, based on how their schedule fits my taste better than my local NPR affiliate (who are doing fine without me), and I kick the guy 10 bucks a year just for sharing such a thoughtfully executed project.

  3. x00x says:

    Thanks so much. I really need this. way cool.

  4. Advice_Network says:

    Two words. Bit torrent.

  5. happenchance says:

    Why the hell doesn’t my Sky+ box have this?!? Honestly, it’s only a matter of time before someone starts open sourcing/hacking these digital set-top boxes and including functionality like this! Frickin genius!

  6. roadburn says:

    As we know, every good idea already has occurred to an Apple user, and this is no different.

    The iPhone has an app called “TV Forecast” that will tell you when the next new installments of your favorite shows will be on the air.

    I haven’t had the heart to tell my phone about the writers’ strike, however…

  7. plasticboy says:

    Finally, an expedient way to prove the Caine-Hackman Theory!

  8. peetah says:

    Fancast.com seems to provide similar functionality albeit with only US cable providers being represented.

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