The “Continue Watching” list is one of the best features we can see on streaming platforms. When we cannot finish a movie or show in one sitting, it automatically adds to the Continue Watching queue. The same works with watching TV series. Even if you are done streaming an episode, you can find it on the Continue Watching section to access the next episode.
It is convenient to stream as many titles as you want, knowing that you can easily find them whenever you want to. Unfortunately, it also has its flaws.
Sometimes, we are curious about a new movie, so we play to check it out. If we don’t like it, we go back to the main menu. If that happens, the movie or show is automatically directed to your viewing history as well as on your Continue Watching list. Doing so will add more titles to the section, even if some of them are not meant to be on it.
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How to Remove Show & Movie Titles from Continue Watching List on Discovery+
Discovery Plus is a new streaming platform in the market by Discovery, the cable network channel operator. It features some of the well-loved channels you see on cable TVs such as Animal Planet, TLC, HGTV, Food Network, and Discovery Channel. You can access thousands of titles from different genres.
As you check new shows and movies on Discovery Plus, it adds to your Continue Watching list. Unfortunately, there is no way to remove the titles from the section. Unlike its competitors like Netflix, Disney Plus, and HBO Max, streaming on Discovery Plus will give you a wider list of Continue Watching queue and it can accumulate overtime. Netflix and Disney Plus already have a way to remove the items from the list so users will not have to scroll a long time to find what they are looking for.
We can wait and hope for Discovery+ to give a solution regarding the Continue Watching list. Our best hope is for it to announce soon that there is a way to clear and delete the content titles that we do not like.
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