Hi, I've started watching The Shield about two weeks ago and I'm currently rating episodes from season 1. Problem is the ratings stay the same - it's still 10/10 for all episodes except for the pilot. What's up with that? Is that some kind of error?
I don't know if this will address what you're asking (you possibly are asking something that's other than how I understood your message), but will run it by you for "just in case":
Any individual episode that you've rated, if you go to a particular season of a series and click on "Expand" for each episode, each one that you've rated will show a yellow star. Click on the star, and then you'll be able to see the rating you gave. Any episodes you've not rated will just appear with the little rating oval in plain black and white.
Even if you've given an overall series (all seasons thereof, cumulatively) a let's say 8 rating, your differing rating of 6, 7, 9, or whatever else, for certain individual episodes will still appear, when you click on the yellow star for an individual episode.
I just now checked through a particular series that I've personally rated numerous (though far from all) episodes of from during the first 7 seasons. While I gave the overall series, cumulatively, an 8 rating, I see, for certain ones of the episodes that show the yellow star (thus that I've rated them) that I gave them 6, 7, or 9 ratings. I mention that as I suspect that if you check through the individual episodes of the series you've rated many episodes of, you likewise should most likely be able to find your ratings that you're seeking.
Maybe @xrnzaaas means that the episode ratings haven't changed in response to their votes. If that's the case, I'm assuming that a lot of people have voted all the eps as 10/10.