Does Amazon ruin everything?

When I was at university and in the few years after that, IMDb was a great resource from movie information. I have a vague recollection of it all being user-generated content, but that is going all the way back to the mid-nineties. 

Over the years, I have noticed that every time I look at IMDb, it is less user-friendly and less usable that the last time. Instead of going to IMDb for movie information, I'm using Wikipedia more and more often. 

Below is a picture showing the useful information on the Wikipedia page for a TV series. I've highlighted everything here that I consider to be useful content.

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And here is the corresponding page from IMDb. If you were to scroll down the page, you would find useful information further down but it's all laid out in such a bland fashion that it's hard to discern content from filler. 

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I'm really not sure what IMDb is trying to achieve with this page. Whatever it is, I think they are failing because many times when I load an IMDb page, I regret it soon after and go straight to Wikipedia.