I'm sick of working on Korean shows right now, so I was looking at some of the long anime series, such as Bleach (https://www.themoviedb.org/tv/30984-bleach). I noticed that when the series is broken up into seasons, each season's episodes are separately numbered. In reality these series don't have true seasons in Japan. Parts or all of the series have been broken up by licensees in other countries for marketing purposes (?) and this somehow got adopted on Wikipedia and other such sites. What is considered "season 14" in the USA may or may not match "season 14" in France or whatever. (I think the USA company Viz abandoned "seasons" for Bleach after like 5 seasons/100-ish episodes, actually).
However, this is not really a big problem except for the interruption in numbering. Regardless of how seasons are (or aren't) broken up in various countries, the episode numbering is always continuous, from (in Bleach's case) 1 to 366. Season 12, Episode 17 is just not useful info because it doesn't correspond to how they're numbered in the real word. If it's not possible to make the numbering continuous, then the seasons need to be removed completely and all episodes lumped into one big season. :(
Also, in regards to Bleach, the posters for every single season are totally inaccurate because they are for the US-released DVD volumes, not the seasons. Volume numbers definitely don't correspond to season numbers. Might as well slap any Bleach picture up there. Haha!
Appreciate any feedback on these items, so I can get accustomed to the way anime is handled here. :)