It's impossible to keep up with the seemingly endless barrage of breaking news, streaming TV shows, last-minute mixtapes, and longform essays. Thankfully, these apps, podcasts, and websites will sort you out!More
"Game of Thrones" isn't back until the summer, so you're going to need to figure out what to watch till then. Photograph courtesy HBO
If you've spent far too many hours indecisively scrolling through Netflix, hoping to strike gold but never feeling satisfied, Televisor is the site you've been waiting for. It lets you type in a show you already like, and recommends others you'd like based on your entry. You can also specify which platforms you'd like it to point you to: Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, or all of the above.
Want to make sure you catch Natalie Portman's performance as Jackie O in the theaters? Create a watchlist to make sure you don't miss out. Photograph courtesy Fox Searchlight Pictures
Letterboxd is a website that helps you track every movie you've seen, and it's also home to an online community that shares reviews and lists—a lot of hyper-specific, user-generated lists. With categories like "Guillermo del Toro's Twitter film recommendations," "female friendship by female directors," and "movies I've never seen, but have lied and claimed I had, so as not to appear uncultured," you're bound to find exactly what you want to watch here.