Organizing and planning what is new that’s coming out that we want to watch across multiple streaming channels is more complicated than it should be (master streaming calendar needed!), but, thanks to posts like the one below from BINGE, we can use to easier sort through and plan for our newest subscription channel, Shudder:
November on Shudder features something for everyone: stunning, martial-arts action horror, an atmospheric noir thriller and wild demonic sci-fi/horror fun. Plus, new library titles from horror masters Wes Craven, Dario Argento, George A. Romero and more.Everything that’s coming to Shudder in November – BINGE
Note: you need to click through and read the details at BINGE to see if these will be available in your country, all listed will be available in the United States.
Shudder Originals & Exclusives
- Re:Born – Thursday November 7
- A Bluebird in my Heart – Thursday November 14
- Nekrotronic – Thursday November 21
- Session 9
- Trick R’ Treat
- Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight
- Wes Craven’s New Nightmare
- Deep Murder
- Bride of Re-Animator
- The Cat O’ Nine Tails
- Season of the Witch
- The Baby
A round-up of all streaming channels is listed by TVLine. A master streaming calendar of what’s new and upcoming would be super handy reference. If one does not exist on the web (let me know if the comments if one exists somewhere), there is an idea for some enterprising tech entrepreneur.
There is also JustWatch, but what I’m describing is a universal what’s new streaming calendar guide that people could look at each day and then see what is coming each day to channel and could be streamlined to show new movies (added to each service) only — Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc. This magical web service would almost certainly need to be aggregated using multiple sources, but man, it would make organizing what’s coming out when much easier to follow.
Reelgood.com comes close to what is being looked for, but not quite there:
Reelgood kept showing me movies that are on other channels that I don’t subscribe to even though I chose only to see certain channels. Would be cool if it worked as advertised. It’s so close to what I was looking for …
We probably won’t get this tool from Amazon, Google or Apple because they all want to route users to their respective services. We need somebody independent like TV Guide used to do (maybe it still does?) for all these streaming channels.