Vulture has broadened its newsletter offerings with Streamliner, an extension of the site’s popular Friday-afternoon Things to Watch column that’s focused on helping audiences find the best movies and TV shows. The new iteration of the column — which is written by Savannah Salazar and James Grebey with contributions from critics across Vulture — will take a more expansive approach to its selections each week, pulling in videos and streams from YouTube, Twitch, and TikTok, among other platforms, while making room for more niche TV and movie recommendations. The weekly newsletter will be added to the existing roster of six newsletters published by Vulture. You can sign up for the free newsletter here and view a full list of newsletter offerings here.
“We have two goals with Streamliner. The first is to continue evolving the way we help our readers find TV and movie recommendations — from simply making them aware of what’s coming out anwhen to emphasizing the releases we think are most worth their time,” said Vulture editor-in-chief Neil Janowitz. “The other is to create another forum for us to highlight great programming in other formats and mediums — especially the kinds of internet entertainment that we all enjoy as consumers but haven’t covered with enough regularity on the site.”
In addition to the weekly recommendations for new titles, Vulture’s “What to Watch” hub has been redesigned and relaunched with the Streamliner branding. The comprehensive streaming hub will include guides to great programming for a variety of streaming services.
Vulture is the entertainment and culture outlet of New York Magazine, providing an authentic, relatable experience for pop-culture fans — which is to say caring disproportionately about great (and not great) entertainment and the people who create it. Launched with a focus on TV recaps and general Hollywood news, the site has grown into a destination where visitors can find comprehensive coverage of TV, movies, music, art, books, theater, comedy, and podcasts, among other media and pursuits (all delivered with wit, insight, criticism, and the appropriate amount of appreciation), then recommend more entertainment for them to devour.