Version: 2.1r2 || Release Date: 2013-11-18 || License: GPL Developer: Víctor Pimentel | App Owner: victorpimentel

TVShows is a Mac OS X application that automatically downloads torrents of your favourite shows. You no longer need to manually download torrent files, or find a working RSS feed for each show you wish to subscribe to. TVShows does that for you. Simply select your subscriptions and set your preferences from within the TVShows application and we'll take care of the rest. TVShows uses a lightweight background process which automatically launches at a regular interval (chosen by you) to check for new episodes.

  • Background Process: There's no need to run TVShows constantly. A silent and unobtrusive background process will download new episodes as soon as they are available.
  • Quality Selection: Choose your preferred quality settings (Normal, High or Very High) and TVShows will download the closest one available.
  • Show List: Stop hunting for individual, working torrents and RSS feeds. TVShows does all the hard work for you. Just search for the show then click Subscribe.

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25 Opinions

@lest78 : You probably have Adobe CS2 or CS3 installed, Opera is used as the web rendering software in Bridge.

@leest78: Do a Get Info on any Torrent file (command+I) and drill down the Open With section. Change it to Transmission (or your client of choice) and Change All. Should be good to go.

It tries to open the torrents in Opera. I dont even use Opera on my machine. Is anyone else having tis issue? I have safari as my default web browser.

Dunno... it seems pretty basic. Not much info on display in the app. Will wait and see once torrents start getting downloaded as to how it actually works.

i think it starts working after the first reboot with start on login on.

Works for me in Leopard.

doesn't work anymore in leopard, anyone knows how to fix this?

Is german TV supported?

Old eMac + TVShows + Transmission + Handbrake + VLC = Basically the cheapest Mac Media center ever. The dongle to get S-Video out for the eMac is like 5 bucks. Works like a mega-charm! I would LOVE to try this set up out on a new intel mac with Front Row. For extra cheapness/awesomeness I have been experimenting with using my Wii Remote to control the thing using DarwiinRemote, which is fun.

Very nice and very useful.

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