According to Fancast blogger Tom Blaxland, the most visited page on the Fancast site is the Full Episodes Page. Previously, it had a long text list of more than 1,000 shows available for viewing. Fancast has now launched a new version of that page.

Updates include:

  • Thumbnail art rather than a list view. The thumbnails have a greater impact and allow for easier identification.
  • New sorting to have the most recent shows at the top. For those who prefer, text list or alphabetical options are also available.
  • HD titles are clearly inidicated and the list can be filtered to show HD-only options.

More filter options include:

  • Filter by genres and filter by network.
  • Filter by show rating and by day of the week.
  • Filter movies by release year.

In additon, Fancast has added information boxes that appear on rollover. These boxes will tell a little about the show, who the stars are, and on which formats the show is available to be watched.

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