Streaming is a curious beast. One minute you'll be enjoying the 80s vibe of Stranger Things (go watch it if you haven't already) and the next you'll be struggling to pick something from that overwhelming catalog. Sometimes, though, you'll stumble on something that you'd normally never choose -- a Netflix suggestion from a friend or a recent addition that had escaped your glance as you navigated Amazon Video's curated menus.
However, once you've watched that movie or TV show and moved on, it may drop back into relative obscurity, reducing your chances of remembering and paying that recommendation forward many months later. You may also have watched something, hated it and want to make sure it doesn't impact future recommendations. Luckily, both Netflix and Amazon keep a running list of the things you've watched (if they haven't been removed from the catalog due to licensing agreements). Here's how to find them.