Nah. Not only would automatic migration be a flashpoint for contention (nearly a quarter of mod-migrated question have ultimately been rejected, I can only assume the number would be higher if we allowed community migration) but there's simply very few questions that get asked on SFF:SE that need to be migrated, As user1027 pointed out, less than one or two ...
I spend very little time on Movies.se.
I tend to go in-depth on a small number of fictional universes – Harry Potter, Doctor Who and the MCU have been recent favourites. Beyond those, my interests skew towards sci-fi and fantasy anyway, and I don’t watch many other TV shows or movies.
That means a lot of the posts on M&TV just aren’t interesting to me. ...
I have almost the same rep on both sites, around 4500, but I spend more of my time on scifi (Although not by much).
Generally if I have a question about a science fiction show or movie, and it relates to the science or fantasy aspects, I will ask it here. That's because it is why scifi is here, and I am much more likely to get a good answer relating to ...
I have spent very little time there, because "All movies and television shows ever" is too broad for my taste, and because M&TV has very few questions about the movies and shows I like. It seems like they are focused on recent movies and shows, and I'm not a big fan of most recent movies and shows. The answer quality often leaves much to be desired, in ...
I split my time fairly evenly between Movies.SE and SciFi.SE and I'm active often in both main chatrooms - but SciFi.SE has a more active community and questions/answers that are more interesting to me, so naturally I end up answering and asking more questions over here.
Anyone who has visiting my profile will know that my main area of interest is the ...
I do spend very significant time on that site. Since I largely ceased my activity on StackOverflow it has become my number one SE site I visit everyday. I usually enjoy its questions and answers very much and care for the overall well-being of that site to a large degree.
The reasons I prefer it over this site are on the one hand grounded in the fact that I'...
I propose 3 feeds into the room from M&TV a main feed, ID feed and current feed:
The main feed will bring in the general stuff we are interested in:
Interstellar is also ...
This data.SE query shows how many questions have been migrated away from this site that have never been closed on the target site. Movies & TV is by far the most common target for successful migration:
Site Count Latest Migration
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Movies 72 2016-03-22 15:09:53
English 8 2016-02-02 15:49:...
I tend to read a lot over there. Funnily enough, I look for the SF&F related posts.
Sometimes when I see a question I'm interested in, and can answer, I do. But for the most part I'm more of a user than a contributor.
I've found that they get a lot of traffic as well as a lot of broad genres, which is actually quite fun to see, although I do get a ...
I spend little time there, mostly because I simply have filled my SE participation well above my capacity as it is. If I had unlimited time, I would spend more time on M&TV.
Some of the reasons that site doesn't bubble up to take a bigger share in my SE diet:
Unlike SFF.SE, there appears to be no (or very little) premium on canon-based answers. ...
I've got accounts on both sites, but to be frank I prefer this site. A few disclaimers though:
I've only joined up there in the past month or so
Most of my interests are in the sci-fi or fantasy genre and are considered on-topic here
I have been on this site for a while now
I haven't given chat on Movies & TV.SE a go yet
All that said, in my limited ...