Today there’s more television — and more writing about television — than ever before. Staying on top of it all has become a herculean task.
That’s where Norman Weiss comes in. Norman has been curating TV Tattle in one form or another since the year 2000, combing through countless websites, tweets, videos, and photos to create his daily roundup of TV news and opinion.
Once named one of Entertainment Weekly’s “top 25 favorite entertainment sites,” when dwindling advertising revenue shuttered TV Tattle in 2013, it prompted heartfelt post-mortems from Hollywood power players, entertainment journalists and TV fans alike, and — weeks later — a new incarnation.
Beginning in 2022, TV Tattle is now a direct to-your-inbox publication. (That’s a fancy way of saying “email newsletter.”) Each weekday, subscribers to TV Tattle receive Norman’s hand-curated look at the latest news and the very best commentary about television from across the web.
Here’s how it works: For $5 per month, or $55 per year, you’ll receive every issue, as well as full access to our email archives. TV Tattle is solely supported by subscribers, so — not to put too fine a point on it — it can only exist if people pay to subscribe. Please consider signing up to do so today.
Here's what some of our subscribers are saying about TV Tattle:
"Norman is a scouring-the-Internet-for-notable-TV-news machine, turning TV Tattle into a must-read for folks inside and outside the industry." — Michael Ausiello, President and Editorial Director, TVLine.com
"For me, TV Tattle is not just helpful and entertaining, it’s an essential read. Every single day." — Mo Ryan, contributing editor, Vanity Fair; Former chief TV critic, Variety
"TV Tattle is a standard part of my morning routine. It is consistently reliable, informative, and frequently updated. In other words, it’s must-see-TV-reading." — Jon Hein, creator of "Jump the Shark" and author of three books.
"TV Tattle is required reading to keep up with what’s going on in the business, and I say that as both a TV fan and a network vice president."
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