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Episode Calendar Tracks Your Favorite TV Shows

Stay on top of your favorite TV shows by logging them in Episode Calendar, a free episode tracking service that reminds you when your favorite show is on.

Sign up for a free account, search the massive database of first run and syndicated television shows, and plug them into your favorites list. You can then see the calendar (and export it in iCal format), check stats about the show (such as how popular it is), and receive email notifications. Episode Calendar is a free service and requires a basic email registration.

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  • Published 04/7/11

Comments (6)

  1. Nebbsen

    I can also recomment Seriesly ( ).
    It basically does what Episode Calendar can do but even more ( iCal, RSS, eMail Notifications and XMPP Notifications). It’s totally free and you don’t even have to create an account.


  2. Tall_Unlimited

    Sidereel blows this out of the water.

  3. Eek

    this one has the issue of an “internal server error” when clicking the link…sigh…

  4. Mike Rice

    If you ever want to get free text message and e-mail notifications before new episodes air you should check out

  5. Kristian Gerardsson

    This is Kristian, the creator of EpisodeCalendar. I just want to thank you for the mention, and to tell you that yes, this traffic is crashing the server :) As soon as the this traffic calms down, the site should be fine and responsive. I hope you all can have some patience with that :) Thanks.

  6. Richard L Walker

    I can only get 2 shows to list per day. Is there an option to more?

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