To check the status of your request, you can track your request and it should tell
the request has been rejected, along with a guidance of what to do next to
the request for it to be approved in the future.
If your submission is still pending, please be patient and check back later
to see the status of the request.
Remember that your request should adhere to the policies in this article and
include enough evidence to help our editing team verify that the title's in
production or released.
It's not possible to use the Credit correction function to change the crew role performed (e.g. changing department from "additional crew" to "assistant director").
To do this, you need to submit a delete for the credit, and then re-submit a new credit in the correct department. When submitting the deletion for the wrong department, make sure to use the explaination field to tell our editors what your intentions are as this will help in reviewing the request.
If the credit is wrong, and should be removed from the name or title page - you can submit a deletion via the same interface, simply choose 'delete instead of 'correct'.
However, please be aware our aim is to be the most complete and reliable source of movie, TV, and entertainment information on the web. In order to continue offering our users an accurate and trustworthy service, it is our policy not to alter or delete any kind of correct/factual information from our records.
If we believe the information we have listed is accurate & factual, then we'll be unable to approve any deletion request.
The uncredited attribute is used for credits where the person was involved in the production, but wasn't listed in the end credit sequence for that title.
If you've tried to remove the attribute, but the request hasn't been approved - you should re-submit the request and include a screen grab of the name listed in the titles end credit sequence, this will help our editors verify the request.
Credits found on an episodic series main "parent" page (e.g. Battlestar Galactica) are derrived from the episodes the person worked on. While the credit information appears on the main page, it's actually stored on the episodes.
If you need to update the credit on a series, you'll need to do so from either the persons name page, or the episodes page.
You can find the episode by clicking on the episode count under a persons name, followed by the episode you'd like to update for them.