I confess that I am fascinated by, and a bit addicted to, streaming TV. I have every popular service as well as a few obscure ones like Britbox and Wondrium. However, I still find myself frequently at a loss to find a great show to watch. I hate to complain but finding the right show can be downright intimidating. The Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV can help.
The Guide begins with a comprehensive and cogent description of how to cut the cable/satellite cord. Each streaming channel’s target market and price is described. Cord cutting can save a significant amount of money over the course of a year.
Part II contains descriptions of over a thousand recommended films and series. In the back of the book, the shows are listed by channel so if you just have Hulu, you can find something that way without channel envy.
However, the best part of Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV is saved for the end of the book. Curated lists by topic and genre are the perfect way to find shows similar to what you have already enjoyed.
Just as with the old Leonard Maltin movie guides, there is an inherent issue with publishing a book with a topic as changeable as streaming channel’s movie lists. Hopefully, this book will update annually or bi-annually to keep its content current. For now, grab the excellent Primetimer Guide to Streaming TV to up your streaming game. 5 stars and a favorite!
Thanks to Quindaro Press and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.