Type of Problem: Incorrect_content
Extra Details: This is definitely a live strictly-TV music/celebration event, not in any way, shape, or form a movie, though it's classified here on TMDb as Movie.
It's an annual event, 100% always on ABC (ever since the beginning, in 1972), with just the title getting tweaked, as necessary, each year. (I've watched the broadcast annually nearly every single year, since its beginning 46 years ago, only missing the broadcasts years when I was at a party or otherwise not home, so am personally very familiar with this show/event. It's always the most popular American t.v. New Year's Eve ring-in show.) Since the Academy Awards, etc. are classified as TV on TMDB, this is akin to those type events or the Grammy Awards, etc., that just have their year changed each year. Since something like the Academy Awards has just a single listing on TMDb, that shows the original (of decades ago) year's date, but gets added to year after year (like a new series/season of the same show), shouldn't this be done like that, annually adding to the original Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve TMDb page?:
It's very confusing having different systems for different live-event shows, etc., rather than things being gone about with consistency.
By the way, Dick Clark died the other year, but Ryan Seacrest had already been hosting this for him even since before Dick Clark (who had a stroke years back that messed up his speech) died. As you'll notice looking at the link above, the seasons through 2014 were all added to that original (dating back to 1972) listing. Shouldn't also be this one? If it's because Dick Clark is no longer alive that it's not then why isn't this year's broadcast getting added to the 2015 listing (and also 2016 and 2017 getting added to that listing), rather than this being it's own entirely separate stand-alone listing? This annual event is the equivalent of a returning series. At very least I feel this should be, if not added to the original (1972) series' page, then added to whichever page is the one for the first year that Ryan Seacrest's name was added to the title.
PS: On TMDb someone indicated tonight's show to have been only 75 minutes in duration, though it actually (as always) ran from 8p.m. to 2:15a.m., so actually was a 6 hrs., 15 mins. live broadcast. Only from 11:00 to 11:30p.m. (on the East Coast) did ABC take a 30 minutes break so that individual local affiliate stations could have their usual 11p.m. news broadcasts.