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Where did my deleted TV Show from iTunes go??


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Unfortunately, I'm still using my MBP's original 120GB HDD and I often run out of space. The other day in a desperate attempt to free space I deleted all of my TV show files that I could pull from my backup later. The problem is that instead of hitting "move to trash" I hit "keep files".

I don't know what happened to those files. All I know is that they are still on my hard drive and I can't find them anywhere. They're not in my itunes library and they don't show up in a Spotlight search?

Any help would be appreciated.

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Are you sure they're not in the itunes folder? Usually they're in
~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Movies

I'm not sure why they're in the Music folder but that's where I usually find mine. I don't have any tv shows in mine anymore but there may be a separate folder for them as well either in the iTunes Music folder or in the Movies folder (can't remember which).
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Yeah, there is a TV Shows folder. Another show I still have in iTunes is in there, but not the shows I deleted. I would think I was crazy and that they must have been deleted, but it was 3 seasons of "The Office" which would be at least a couple GB of data, and my available space on the HDD didn't change.

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