Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and the more recent HBO Now have drastically changed our TV-viewing habits as on-demand binge-watching becomes the norm. However, new television shows are not often included in streaming services and most major networks still unveil their programming on a week-to-week basis.
In order to help you never miss an episode, Sunrise, the popular desktop and mobile calendar app that was acquired by Microsoft in February, is letting TV fans keep track of their favorite shows. This week the calendar service began including TV airing schedules under their “Interesting Calendars” feature. Sunrise users can now subscribe to the schedules for more than 70 U.S. channels, including ABC, Bravo, and HBO. Previously, Sunrise gave users the option to sign up for the sporting season calendars of their favorite teams in the NBA, NFL, and MLB.