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In WMC, Netflix isn't keeping track of recently watched items, nor is it recording progress in TV episodes or the % finished of items not fully watched.

Watching in a browser works fine with recently watched.

You still can't make it stop shrinking the ending credits on the new app even with autoplay turned off.

on , on my PC given that that was the only streaming device then; I think that there were only several hundred titles to start. Perhaps there should be a limited "Recently Watched" list versus a "Viewing History"; you could remove stuff from "Recently Watched" so that it wouldn't show up on your devices."Perhaps there should be a limited "Recently Watched" list versus a "Viewing History"; you could remove stuff from "Recently Watched" so that it wouldn't show up on your devices."Netflix needs to take a look at Amazon and learn a few things, when you remove a season from 'recently watched' on the Amazon app it resets all episodes as unwatched as if they were never viewed. once you click it you are stuck with it being marked as viewed forever.

Now, when ever they need a reinforcing shot of 'who's watching' - me - I have to select me... Then what I have is completely useless line of crappy titles spanning miles across the top of my Razr's interface.

At least I can, at Netflix.com, re-order my list (something I wish Amazon Prime would let me do) so it's a constant 'work around' to work around their idea of what I need.

So far I've only seen it able to be done on the netflix website. Along with each title in the list there is still the "report a problem" link.

But now next to that is an "X" button that you can click to remove items.

I've noticed though that if you watch a particular title on a certain date it will no longer show it there if you watch it again, it will simply move that title to the most recently watched date.

Not only is Season 4 on its way, but series creator Alex Pina recently signed a deal with Netflix to create more content for the streaming giant. Unfortunately, it’s too early to know an exact date, but by looking at previous debuts, fans can expect to see the next chapter in about a year, we’re assuming around July 2020.

In fact, the series was renewed for a fourth season before Season 3 even premiered.

Alex Pina even confirmed that filming for Season 4 took place immediately after the third part wrapped, so chances are we won’t have to wait longer than a year to watch the new season.

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