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Safari/Mac OSX SpoilerTV Notification System *Updated 25th August*

Update: 25th August
Shows Added Titans, The One Percent, Happyland, Daredevil, Shannara,Man Seeking Woman, The Girlfriend Experience, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Zoo, Manhattan, Faking It, Girl Meets World, Vice Principles

Shows Removed Emerald City, Working the Engels, Wilfred, Twisted, Blackbox, Crossbones, Saint George, Californication, Crisis, Warehouse 13, Believe, Drop Dead Diva, Us and Them, Growing Up Fisher, Bad Teacher, Friends With Better Lives, Revolution, Mixology, Legit, Those Who Kill, Suburgatory, Trophy Wife, Star-Crossed, The Tomorrow People, Chozen, Legit, Intelligence, The Crazy Ones, Hostages and Dracula

Update: 1st May We updated the system with the following show changes.

Shows Added:Red Band Society, Marry Me, Allegiance, State of Affairs, Odyssey, Proof, Public Morals, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, The Messengers, The Flash, Constantine, The Mysteries of Laura, A to Z, How to Get Away With Murder, American Crime, Black-ish, The Whispers, Galavant, Agent Carter, Manhattan Love Story, Forever, Selfie
Shows Removed: Enlisted, , Dads, The Tomorrow People, Carrie Diaries, The Neighbors

Update: 1st May We updated the system with the following show changes.

Shows Added: The Returned , Blunt Talk, Killjoys, Ascension
Shows Removed: Almost Human

Update: 27th April We updated the system with the following show changes.

Shows added: Finding Carter, Tooken, Mulaney and Cabot College, Satisfaction, The Expanse, The Librarians, In The Flesh, Olympus, Z Nation and 12 Monkeys

Shows removed: Being Human, Raising Hope, Rake, Betrayal, OUAT in Wonderland, and How I Met Your Mother

Original Article

Hey All,

We're pleased to announce the launch of a new feature on the site today for our Mac/Safari users.

As you may or may not know we currently have a Chrome Extension that allows SpoilerTV readers to select their shows of interest and then the Extension will alert them every time a post of their show(s) is posted on the site.

Up until now we’ve had no similar solution for Mac/Safari users. We’ve been working with an excellent company called Roost to help us fix this gap.

This feature will provide similar “push” notifications for Mac OSX/Safari users. This means that even if you don't have the SpoilerTV Website open or even your Safari Browser open, you will still receive notifications, meaning you never have to miss any news on your shows.

A big thanks to our 50+ Beta users who have helped test and debug this new feature.


The system is currently intended to work on OSX Mavericks and Safari.

How to Install

If your system matches the requirements (ie OSX Mavericks and Safari), the next time you visit SpoilerTV you will automatically be prompted to setup Notifications.

Click on the Allow button.

Once you have done this you will be presented with a popup screen that allows you to select the show(s) that you want to be notified on.

The Shows are organized by Network.

Click on a Network will allow you to select the show(s) you want.

Once done, just click the “X” at the top right.


Once you have set this up, whenever a post is made that matches your show(s) you will receive a new notification in your notifications center.

or like this

Clicking on the notification will load the article up in your browser.

Changing your selected shows

If you wish to change the show(s) that you want to be notified about, Click on the "Change Safari Notifications" from the Help Menu at the top of the site.

This will load up the dialog box and allow you to either Add/Remove the shows you want to track or to turn off the notifications totally by unchecking the “Enable Push Notifications” checkbox.

Allowing Notifications at a later date

When you first received the prompt to Allow or Don't Allow Safari notifications, you may have initially clicked on the "Don't Allow" button. You might later on want to enable this feature.

In order to do that follow these instructions.

1) Open Safari->Preferences
2) Click Notifications tab
3) Click "Allow"

You can then visit SpoilerTV.com and click on the "Change Safari Notifications" from the Features Menu at the top of the site to configure the show(s) you want to be notified about.

Reporting Feedback/Issues

Obviously the system is very new and there will no doubt be some minor issues during this early stage.

If you come across any bugs/errors or have any general suggestions/feedback please use this form below to report them.

Also please use the form below if you find any shows missing from the list.

Known Issues

There are currently no known issues.

We hope you find this feature useful and if you have any questions/comments, please don't hesitate in leaving them in the comments below or by using the feedback form above.

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About The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel

Every day 100's of items are submitted to us and we don't always have the time to make separate posts for the news and/or there is so much that it would quickly push all other items off the homepage.

So a result we've come up with the idea of the Newsreel, which will feature smaller shows and news items as they happen.

There will be a new Newsreel each day, and as news is added we will update the post and and push it back to the top of the site so that you can see that new items have been added. A tweet of the item will also be sent to our @SpoilerTV account.

New Items will be listed at the top of the article.

This will allow us to provide more news on more shows in a much more timely fashion
About Movie News Roundup

Rather that creating lots of new posts as new info is released and fragmenting the commentary, we thought it would be a good idea for the upcoming major movies to create a single post for each major movies that will collate all the info as it's posted.

New items will be added to the top of the list as well as the post being re-posted back to the top of the homepage when a new item is added. We will additionally send out a fresh tweet alerting you of the new information.

This will allow you to bookmark this page so that you can return to it whenever you like. It will also help consolidate all the discussion on this movie in a central place and make it less likely that you'll miss some key information.