San Francisco, California — Tuesday, April 25, 2023 – Reelgood, the best all-in-one streaming guide, was awarded the People’s Voice Winner for Websites and Mobile Sites, Television, Film & Streaming in the 27th Annual Webby Awards Internet Celebration, known as one of “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times. Reelgood Is also recognized as a nominee in Apps, dApps, and Software, Best User Experience. 

Reelgood helps viewers spend less time searching and more time watching, delivering on the promise of finding the best shows and movies amidst an abundance of choices that are meaningless if it takes hours to settle on what to stream. Every week, Reelgood also reports on the most popular titles across all SVOD and AVOD services with its Top 10 ranking

“Having the IADAS and the Webby voters recognize our efforts year after year has been a great source of pride here at Reelgood. This year, our teams have been particularly focused on crafting innovative solutions to the nightly “what to watch” problem, and it’s incredibly validating to see all the voters appreciate our hard work. Thank you all!” said Eli Chamberlin, Head of Product and Design at Reelgood. 

The Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet. IADAS, which nominates and selects The Webby Award Winners, is comprised of Internet industry experts including Questlove, DJ and Producer; Tan France, Fashion Designer, Television Personality & Author; Natalie Guzman, Co-President & CMO, Savage X Fenty; Werner Vogels CTO, Amazon; Roxanne Gay, Host, The Roxanne Gay Agenda; Quinta Brunson, Writer, Director and Actor; Ziwe Fumudoh, Comedian and Writer; Reshma Saujani, Founder, Girls Who Code; LeVar Burton, Actor, Podcaster and TV Host; Andy Slavit, Host, In The Bubble; Takashi Murakami, Artist; Samantha Bee, Comedian; and Tracy Chou, Founder & CEO, Block Party.

About Reelgood 

Reelgood is an all-in-one streaming TV guide helping cord-cutters spend less time searching and more time watching their favorite movies and shows. 

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