TV.com


TV.com

Infobox Website
name = TV.com



caption =
url = http://www.tv.com
commercial = Yes
type = Entertainment
registration = Optional
owner = CBS Interactive
author = CNET Networks, Inc.
launch date = June 1, 2005
current status = Active

TV.com is a website owned by CNET Networks. The service was launched on June 1 2005 and replaced the popular TV Tome website.

The site covers television and focuses on English-language shows made or broadcast in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Japan, and Ireland. In addition to episode guides, it includes US-oriented news, reviews, photos, trailers and TV listings.

The site is a part of the CNET Networks Entertainment family of websites and shares an account system with the other sites in the brand (i.e. GameFAQs, GameSpot, MP3.com, and MovieTome). Users maintain a personal profile page and the ability to track shows. Members can contribute to the site by adding information about the latest episode details and cast members.

TV.com provides show descriptions, cast and crew listings, and detailed episode guides for many TV shows. Episode guides may include synopsis information, a complete recap, notes and trivia, quotes and more. Information is dependent on volunteer contributions so some shows, particularly more recent ones, are extremely detailed while others may have minimal information.

External links

* [http://www.tv.com/ TV.com homepage]


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