I am mostly asking about TV shows whose seasons are released at once, but the question could bee made broader to include any show.
When I see here a question about a "traditional" TV show on the main page, I will assume that it is likely about a recent episode and refrain to read the question before I am not up to date with the show.
But there are shows like Daredevil or Iron fist that are released in one load and many people like to binge watch them. I don't. When a question appears here, I cannot know if it is about the first episode and I will be mildly spoiled, or if it is about one of the last episodes and big events from the show will be spoiled. A typical example is this question: will I learn that Jessica Jones plays a big part in the show, or is it just a minor Easter Egg about another show?
Of course, a simple solution would be to avoid reading questions before I finally completed watching the show. But many of these shows are linked together by easter eggs and references, and I like to learn about them, or some shows have a complicated plot and reading about the episode I just watched helps me a lot (not a "one time release" example, but I could not understand, hence fully enjoy, WestWorld without the help of this site).
Should a question's title about a particular episode of a show includes its title?
If so, should we actively remind people to do it (in comments for example)?