Lists can be created by registered IMDb users. Lists are a fantastic way to share your movie, TV & celebrity picks with other IMDb users or just to keep for yourself.
To create a list, please select your name in the right hand of the
screen, select "Your Lists" from the drop down menu and click the "Create A New List" button.
You can create a list including Titles, People, Images, or Videos on IMDb.
Your list will be marked as "In Progress, until you select "Done" to publish your list. Your "In Progress" lists are private and will only be visible to you.
On the list you want to reorder, click the 3 vertical dots and select
"Edit" from the menu. Once the page loads, replace the position numbers
of the items in the desired order.
For example, to move an item that is
currently at #5 in the list order to #1, replace the number 5 with the
number 1. Once you're done reordering your list, click "Save List Order" and the page will refresh with the new order.
When you update the order position of multiple items in your list, the order of the remaining items will automatically shift up/down in rank accordingly.
For example, if you have a list containing 10 items and want to move item #5 to the top of the list and item #3 to the bottom of the list, replace the number 5 with the number 1 and replace the number 3 with the number 10. As a result, item #5 will move to the 1st position in the list, the previous 1st title will move to 2nd position, 2nd title will move to 3rd position, 4th title will remain in 4th position, 6th title will move to 5th, 7th will move to 6th, 8th will move to 7th, 9th will move to 8th, 10th will move to 9th, and item #3 will move to the bottom of the list.
We support formatting using [Square Brackets].
There are two
ways to add an episode to a list:
1. Navigate to the episode you want to add to
your list. Hover over the Watchlist ribbon and select the list you would like
to add the episode to.
2. On the "Edit" page for the list, enter the IMDb ID (example: tt4549946) for the episode into the field “Add a movie or TV show to this list” and click "Enter".
To delete a list from your IMDb account, navigate to the Your Activity page. For the list you want to delete, click the 3 vertical dots and select "Delete" from the menu, then click “Delete this List” from the confirmation window.
To change Your Lists privacy, select a list. Click the 3 vertical dots and select "Settings", select your preferred privacy setting, and click "Save".
Public lists can be shared via Twitter directly from
our site. Navigate to the list and under "Tell
Your Friends” in the right column, click the Twitter or Facebook icon. You'll need to log in to your social media account before you can share your list.
You can also share your list by copying the URL from your browser and
sending it to your friends via email.
If the list author allows commenting on the list, you can add your comment at the bottom of the list. List authors also have the ability to disable comments, so you can occasionally find a list without the ability to comment.
There isn't the ability vote on lists at this time. You can use the Facebook like button to provide the user with positive feedback.
List Activity tracks:
To find Your Lists, please select your name in the right hand of the screen and select "Your Lists" from the drop down menu. Your Lists can also be found on "Your Activity" page.
We don't have a list search feature available on IMDb at this time,
but you can use your preferred search engine to do this. For example, if
you are looking for lists mentioning the word director, you can use the
following Google query: director site:imdb.com/list
You can also find lists by navigating to a user's activity page. For example, you can see all the lists created by our founder Col Needham.
To see most recent titles added to a list, select "Date added" from the Sort By drop down. The sort by feature on lists will allow you sort any list based on the criteria you're looking for.
For each movie or TV show in a list, we show the IMDb star rating. If you have rated the title, the blue star will appear next to your rating
Yes, each IMDb user is limited to 999 lists. Watchlist and Lists cannot extend beyond 10,000 titles.
When you delete your account, we will keep your lists on the site, but will remove your name and IMDb ID.