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Hulu's smart queue learns which shows you want to see the most

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Many streaming video services let you queue shows and keep track of what you're watching, but they're not normally smart about it -- it can take some effort to see everything in the 'right' order. Hulu thinks it has a smarter approach. Its new Watchlist feature unifies your favorites, queue and watched shows in a single feed that learns based on your habits. If you always watch Agent Carter as soon as it goes online, the next episode will be bumped to the front; if you're not in a rush to see Scandal (or haven't watched it yet), it'll be further back. Watchlist won't automatically reach mobile apps and the web until later this year, but you can volunteer to use it right now if you're curious.

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