Priorities

The new episode of prison break (or whatever show) is out and you're excited.

You come to the sidereel page all eager and ready to watch. And you are told as soon as you get there, that a character has died. Why? Why?!

Why must the fan scroll through reviews and news packed with spoilers to get to the episodes in the first place? Sidereel: understand your priorities, your ruining what should be a brilliant experience.


Then again, I could be mistaken. Is there a way to customise your profile so such articles are not there?

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Nov 5, 2008 6:50PM EST

Not as far as I know. I have the exact same complaint.

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Nov 6, 2008 2:32PM EST

me too! iv got into the habit of watching new series from the start so when everyone else is on series 3 or whatever im on series 1 and i get told what happens in series 3!! most annoying...

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May 3, 2016 4:24PM EDT

I think that if someone is writing about something that gives away the story to those who haven't watched it yet should say in the title or subject or whatever that it's a SPOILER cause otherwise the story can really be ruined ...

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Apr 20, 2016 8:09PM EDT

I think spoilers should never be posted in the news sections. If you're going to be a journalist have some fuckin integrity okay?

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