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In my case it's Band of Brothers, the show is rated 9.6, while the highest episode has an 8.9 rating, and the 10 eps average is 8.6
What I'm asking is to keep the show's user ratings, but also show the eps average, and it would be best if it's also weighted by episode release date
Where show like game of thrones, would be impacted by a bad season finale, the latest episode is as low as 4.3 :facepalm: yet the show still has a score of 9.4