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hey all,
I was wondering if there is a way i can combine my different sections for the same TV shows into one section. Meaning... In the TV Shows section in my itunes i have 5 different sections for south park, season 8,9,10,11 and 12. but is there a way i can combine these all into ONE south park section, and in that south park section, all those episodes will be there. Perhaps listed chronologically through the different seasons?

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I don't know of any option to do that, but if you want to view just one show, type (when in the TV Show section, of course) what TV show you want to see in the search bar (which is the bar at the top right corner).

Then right next to the search bar there will be three little buttons. One that has horizontal lines on it, one with boxes, and one with a box and vertical lines. For reference, the left button is the list view, the middle button (in the TV section) shows the individual seasons, and the right button is Cover Flow.

If you want to view the TV show with the season and the episodes in that season, click the left button (the list view). This will show a season and it's box art, along with the episodes in that season next to it, in order of course. In list view, it will show all the seasons with it's box art and all it's episodes. A line break divides them.

That's the best way I can describe it. Hope it helps!

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Red is list view, green is box/cover art view, blue is Cover Flow, and yellow is the search bar.
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