Many modern television programmes don't have on-screen credits and instead say something like "For full credits, go to our website", with the full credits being listed on the official website. It seems misleading to have to credit everyone (including producers, directors, editors, etc.) as uncredited if they are actually credited in the official place the credits are supposed to be. The on-screen rule seems outdated. It also looks silly and unnecessary to have everyone on the IMDb cast/crew list with "(uncredited)" next to their name. Additionally, it means the credits on the individuals' IMDb pages look less important than they are actually are. For example, if someone is an assistant editor in television, but all their credits on their page are "uncredited", it makes them look like they're not actually a proper assistant editor.