Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!
Original Air Date: Sep 16, 2015
Streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu have created a whole new category of television viewer - the binge-watcher.
Watching an entire season of a popular show in one sitting is becoming a regular weekend occurrence for many and the list of potential shows to watch is growing.
With an endless buffet of choices, you may want some help figuring out what’s worth watching and what you might want to take a pass on.
IMDb reviews are one way to get input, but a web resource called Graph TV takes it to a whole other level.
Graph TV is a way to visualize IMDb ratings based on each episode and season.
Just pick a show and see every episode of every season’s rating along with trend lines for each season or the entire series.
It quickly shows you that series like Mad Men and Breaking Bad had upward trend lines while the Simpsons got better ratings in the early years.
If you love data as much as I do, I’ve posted the link at DataDoctors.com/radio