Streaming Guides

Every month, we deliver an assortment of helpful streaming guides, cataloging the best of what’s new and notable on Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, and more.

Rob Hunter curates guides for Prime Video, Hulu, and Netflix as part of his Crossing the Streams series. He also dives into the hidden gems of Prime Video’s catalog of films in his column The Prime Sublime.

And Meg Shields curates a monthly guide to the best horror streaming with Horrorscope.

We’ve also published a number of standalone guides, including a TV streaming guide to keeping Pride alive all year, a guide to the best TV to watch during hard times, a guide to what’s on HBO Max, and huge lists of the 50 Best Original Movies and 50 Best Original Series on Netflix.

Browse our latest streaming guides below

Body Problem

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for March 2024


From an epic sci-fi series to a new ‘The Wages of Fear’ adaptation…

30 Days Of Night

All the Horror You Need to Stream in January 2024


Ring in the New Year with a scream — or should that be a stream?

Paranormal Activity

All the Horror You Need to Stream in December 2023


Celebrate the holidays with some ho-ho-horror movies.

Horrorscope November 2023

All the Horror You Need to Stream in November 2023


Whether you’re looking to break a sweat or break through a comically large prison wall … November streaming has you covered.

New On Max November

What’s New to Stream on (HBO) Max for November 2023


From the Thin Man to Albert Brooks, here’s the best of what’s coming to Max!

Horrorscope August

All the Horror You Need to Stream in October 2023


Horror fans love two things: on-screen scares and comically detailed streaming guides.

Sharks Treasure

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for September 2023


Hope you dig little-seen flicks from Cannon and AIP…

Wonderful Story Of Henry Sugar

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for September 2023


New stuff, old stuff, and all the stuff in between.

The Accountant

What’s New to Stream on Hulu for September 2023


From Jane Levy with a chainsaw to Ben Affleck with a calculator.