Award Years are a Problem

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The Awards Feature is ruined. Every time I want to search for any program’s awards, I get a list of their achievements grouped into a single year.

If you search The Office, their Golden Globe Awards are ALL listed under 2011 which I suppose is the last time they received nominations from the Golden Globes.

If you look at their Emmy history, which began in 2006, all awards are grouped as if they were given in 2013 (their final year at the Emmys).

This happens with all programs and it didn’t use to be like this. What’s going on?
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Benito Delicias

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Posted 9 months ago

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Michelle, Official Rep

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Hi Benito -

I reviewed the Award section for "The Office" and noted that the Golden Globe Awards are currently separated by event year:

Are you still seeing different annual awards for an event grouped under a single event year?
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Peter, Champion

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This post was originally tagged to the IMDb App: iPhone & iPad category.

I see the problem in the iPhone app (I currently have version 9.13.1):

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John, Employee

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Thanks for reporting this - this looks like a new bug introduced in iOS 13. We'll get it fixed!
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Benito Delicias

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Yes. On the website it shows them separated by year. On the app (at least the iPhone app) everything comes up as a single year. Every show. Not just The Office. People are correctly separated by years. Shows are not.