TeeVee 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)TeeVee 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)

As I tend to repeatedly mention here, I’m a big fan of movies and television shows (wanted to be an actor when I was a kid). Now, most of my premium entertainment is consumed digitally these days so I’m big on apps that help me manage and discover great TV shows and movies.

For the latter, I use Limelight which lets me organize and manage my movie library in style.

I’m also a heavy user of ToDo Movies to track upcoming releases and its eye-popping Motion Posters feature has to be experienced to be fully appreciated. You could imagine my excitement discovering TeeVee 2, an elegant and sophisticated iPhone application by Tomas Perzl which helps me keep track of next episodes of my favorite TV shows, when they are airing, the days remaining, the episode title/synopsis and lots more…

Although it’s built on the idea of the originally TeeVee 1, TeeVee 2 is a brand new app that introduces a host of new features presented via a precise and unobtrusive user interface that’s much cleaner and easier to use than its predecessor.

The sole purpose of this app is to lay out information about next episodes of your favorite TV shows.

Tracking your fav show is easy: just type its title into the search box and add it to your watch list. To remove the show from the list, swipe right.

For the shows added to your list, you can mark them as seen or drill into per-episode details by swiping left. I also like watching episode previews so that’s supported, too.

Design and typography-wise, this thing is iOS 7-ready.

TeeVee 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 004)TeeVee 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 005)

You can, of course, easily re-arrange and organize your shows or just marvel at the gorgeous cover artwork.

I’ll let moving pictures do the talking.

As seen on the screenies above, TV shows include useful metadata like the upcoming episode’s title, genre, run time, cast, information about other episodes and so forth.

You can tell TeeVee 2 to send you push alerts every time an upcoming episode is about to be aired in your local time zone.

TeeVee 2.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 003)

I’m liking this app a lot and don’t have any major gripes with it (iCloud syncing is being worked on, in case you’ve been wondering about that).

One customer complained in iTunes reviews that it misses some older shows like Ray Donovan as well as some new ones. If it’s any consolation, TeeVee 2 includes more than 30,000 TV shows.

If you follow TV shows on a regular basis and were looking for a way to organize your viewing, TeeVee 2 is highly recommended if you’re willing to drop 99 cents on the app.

  • weztimonial

    60hz vs this. Which is better?

  • Peter C

    not working well on ios 7

    • Jiří Málek

      I’m currently on iOS7 beta 2 and it crashed once. iTV Shows 2 crashed every time you touched the display and on beta 2 it isn’t as stable as this.

  • J M

    How is their support of non-US TV shows? Any comparison between this an TV Show Tracker?

    • ✪ aidan harris ✪

      It’s not great as far as non-US shows go but great for tracking US shows. Case-in-point season three of Falling Skies doesn’t air until two weeks in the UK but thanks to a couple of unnamed websites I’ve already viewed the first five episodes and apps like this will really help me know when they are airing in the US…

  • Is there any usefulness if you have TiVo?

  • Chris Anson

    not working well on 6.14 either. Crashes every time I add a show.

    • Tomáš Perzl (CrazyApps)

      We are working on that at the moment. Thanks for you patience!

  • steve00000

    TV Show tracker by Pixel-Perfect is the best app of its kind! Used it for years with no problems! 🙂

  • Andreas Gyparakis

    I just updated the latest version and it crashes. I am using iphone 4

  • Giuseppe Guadalupi

    In iOS 11 app crush