Release year incorrect

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There's a page for a webshow with this release year. (2006-) The real release year for the show is (2010-2012). How do I change this.
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Samuel C

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Peter, Champion

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It may help to make sure the right release dates are listed, but you'll need IMDb staff to at least add the end year. Post the title here or use the contact form:
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Meredith, Employee

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Hi Samuel, 

Please note, on IMDb a title's listed year is a reflection on a productions initial release date. In the case of a TV series, this will be the initial release date of the earliest released episode. 

To change a release date of a title please do the following: 

    1. Navigate to your title page. 
    2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Edit Page. 
    3. Under the heading Basic Data you will see the option Release Date. 
    4. On the drop down to the right, click Correct/Delete. 
    5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Continue. 
    6. Find the release date you would like to change and using the drop down, select Correct. 
    7. Scroll to the bottom and click Check these updates. 
    8. Amend the release date of the title and scroll down and click Check these updates. 
    9. If all is OK the box will turn green, now you can click Submit at the bottom of the page. 
    10. One of our editors will review this and approve/reject the change as necessary.

For more information, please see our Release Date guide: 

If no release dates have been added to the episodes you can submit these by selecting 'add 1item' from the dropdown and following the instructions. If you experience any difficulties with this, please let us know providing a link to the series and we can look into this further for you. 

To update the end year, please follow the link provided by Peter to submit a request to our data editors.