It's autumn and there's a tonne of new television seasons now airing in the US and elsewhere, and that means you're likely spending far too much time searching for episode air dates. Well, that's about to change, thanks to Google.
Google has updated search to include more information about your favourite television shows and their episodes. So, for instance, when you now search for The Walking Dead in Google, you’ll see all the upcoming episodes listed with air dates on the bottom right-hand side of your browser.
You can also click on an episode title to see relevant information such as ratings, cast, characters, etc. Google attributes this update to the ever-powerful Knowledge Graph. If you don't see TV episodes just yet when searching, sit tight. Google tends to roll out its search improvements.
Also, for all you AMC diehards reading, as you can see from the image above, The Walking Dead will kick off on 13 October with an episode called 30 Days Without An Accident. You therefore still have a week to be a couch potato and have a marathon of season three.