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Sickrage - Automatic Video Library Manager for TV Shows

  •    Python

Sickrage is a Automatic Video Library Manager for TV Shows. It watches for new episodes of your favorite shows, and when they are posted it does its magic.

Serie Counter

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SeriesCounter makes it easier for people that watch series to keep track at what episode of a series they are. You'll no longer have to remember it yourself. It's developed in C# .NET 4.0 using VS 2010 Ultimate If you have any question or comment, feel free the giv...

XBMCUpdate

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Downloads and Updates the latest third party community builds of XBMC.

OpenTheatre - Search movies, series, anime, subtitles, torrents and archives from open directories

  •    CSharp

OpenTheatre is a program which allows users to search for Movies, TV Series, Anime, Subtitles, Torrents and Archives. The program communicates with its own API written entirely using our custom built command-line web crawler designed to scrape information from trusted files which are updated every day. The public web resources used are available on our open assets database, where anyone can contribute their open directories. OpenTheatre works to query movies, series, anime, subtitles, torrents and archives from all around the web to provide you with the ultimate streaming experience.




OpenTheatre - Search movies, series, anime, subtitles, torrents from open directories

  •    CSharp

OpenTheatre allows you to search for movies, series, anime, subtitles and torrents files available hosted all over the Internet found in open directories. We've gathered all the appropriate files out there so you don't have to. Created by a few friends who wanted to come up with something different.

show-time - Watch TV shows and movies with a simple CLI

  •    Javascript

Those steps are optional, you can just run show-time and skip the feed option, you'll be in "Browse mode" by default. Binding arbitrary free ports and not playing video means you can run the command as many times as you want.

tvcl - A simple terminal show tracker

  •    Javascript

This small tool is a CLI for http://thetvdb.com/ API. It allows to track tv shows you follow and the episodes you didn't watch yet. tvcl uses the http://thetvdb.com/ API. In order to use it you should get an API key and put it into THETVDB_API_KEY environment variable.


MovieContentFilter - Watch movies with the freedom (not) to filter

  •    PHP

This project provides an open standard and shareable content under free licenses. There are some commercial offerings with similar goals. However, these services provide only proprietary filters and often they are not available worldwide.

addic7ed - Addic7ed API - Golang package for downloading the best tv-show subtitles from Addic7ed website

  •    Go

addic7ed is a Golang package to get subtitles from Addic7ed website. As Addic7ed website does not provide a proper API yet, this package uses search feature of website and scraps HTML results to build data. As any golang package, just download it with go get.

DroidShows - A Reboot of DroidSeries Offline TV Shows Tracker

  •    Java

DroidShows: A Reboot of DroidSeries Offline TV Shows Tracker This fork adds quite a bunch of features, among which an improved interface, a menu overflow button, pinning, quick search and filters, a separate archive/backlog list, a last seen episodes log, swipe gestures, more show information, backup/restore, double episode entries clean-up, faster updating, cover and fan art view, a modern launcher icon and it speeds up responsiveness significantly by (more) efficient SQL queries and some threading. DroidShows only needs an internet connection when updating the show info or watching full-size posters.

IT-films - :tv: A curated list of awesome films about IT & geek people.

  •    HTML

A curated list of awesome movies, documentaries and TV series about hackers, geeks and IT in common, sorted by IMDB rating. If you know some good films which do not contain in these lists just fork it and send a pull request. Your contributions are always welcome! Please take a look at the contribution guidelines first.