How to create a movie and TV show watchlist using Google Search

Google’s new watchlist feature lets you select the streaming video services you're subscribed to, as well as filter recommendations by genre or what’s available for free.

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There’s no time like our sheltering-at-home present to catch up on all those movies and TV shows you’ve been missing, and if you’re a Google user, there’s an easy way to keep track of your must-watch picks.

Google Search has just rolled out a “what to watch” feature that lets you browse the latest movie and TV offerings across a wide range of streaming video services, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO Go, Disney+, and CBS All Access.

Once you’ve selected the streaming video services you’ve subscribed to, you can scroll through their latest and most popular titles, watch trailers, and—best of all—add movies and shows to a watchlist that you can access from any mobile browser.

  
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