End the agony over What To Watch Next
First guide of its kind!
Streaming TV has brought us endless viewing options but also endless scrolling. End the frustration with help from the editors and fans of Primetimer, the web’s leading curator of streaming TV news and reviews.
Whether it’s prestige drama, true-crime docuseries, British romcom, high-concept reality show or something else you’re seeking, the Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV has more than 1,000 critic- and fan-recommended shows and an ingenious discovery guide for quickly finding What To Watch Next.
With tips for choosing the best streaming service and cord-cutting strategies, The Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV is the one book to keep next to the remote.
COMING Spring 2022
Founded in 2019, Primetimer has quickly become one of the most trusted and widely-read sites covering the Peak TV era, with nearly 2 million visits in June 2021. The site’s staff and contributors are among the category’s foremost experts, including TV critic and web pioneer Aaron Barnhart, Tara Ariano and Sarah D. Bunting (founders of legendary site Television Without Pity) and Jon Hein (coined the term "Jump the Shark" when he founded the site of the same name in the late nineties).
Because technology can’t solve everything
The Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV
480 pages, 6x9
AVAILABLE May 3, 2022
Your buyers are cord-cutting. They’re saving money. But they’re overwhelmed with all the choices.
They’ll need The Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV, the first guide that helps viewers find What To Watch Next without all the scrolling and frustration.
Compiled by the staff and contributors of Primetimer — the web’s leading curator of TV news and reviews — the Guide is packed with critic- and fan-recommended shows and an ingenious discovery guide for quickly finding What To Watch Next.
How it compares with Comcast’s book*
|Rotten Tomatoes Ult. Binge Guide||The Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV|
|# of shows||296||1,000+|
|Main focus||“Classic” shows||New and classic shows on streaming TV|
|Target reader||“The completist”||Time-squeezed viewers|
|Help for the non-binge watcher||no||YES|
|Value||$25.00 hardcover, 224 pages||$19.99 paperback, 480 pages|
* Comcast owns NBC Universal, which owns Rotten Tomatoes.
The Netflix app won’t tell you what’s good on Hulu.
An algorithm doesn’t know you’re tired and just want something easy to watch.
A “recommendation engine” won’t remember that great show you watched six months ago.
Unlike technology, The Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV is a living document, curated by humans.
It’s the book your buyers will keep by the remote.
Founded in 2019, Primetimer has quickly become one of the most trusted and widely-read sites covering the Peak TV era, with nearly 2 million monthly visits as of June 2021. The site’s staff and contributors are among the category’s foremost experts, including Tara Ariano and Sarah D. Bunting (Television Without Pity), Norman Weiss (TV Tattle) and Jon Hein (Jump the Shark).
Aaron Barnhart is senior editor of Primetimer and the editor of the Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV. He has written about television since 1994 for the Kansas City Star, New York Times, and other publications.
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