My personal rule for television series is that nothing stays good after season seven (except Bob's Burgers ). But it's hard to know exactly when to save a show after sunk for tens of hours ̵
A new web app can help you decide when to pull the trigger. TV Chart, a simple tool from developer Benjamin Mizrahi, posts each episode of a selected show with a line graph of their ratings from the Internet Movie Database. It makes it pretty clear when a show starts making a nose dive, at least according to the viewers.
For example, if you look at the extended history of The Simpsons according to this map it would be a good idea to pay bail for season 9 episode 10. That are more than 20 years of mediocre cartoons that you can easily ignore.
The tool includes virtually every broadcast and most of the larger streaming services, and you can break it down into the full series or individual seasons. That makes it easy to see individual episodes you can skip without having to read a guide. Oh, and if you're looking for more personalized recommendations, check out the selection from the Review Geek team.
Via The Next Web