Cockburn can't help but notice that streaming services are all the rage right now. And after shelling out for Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Paramount+, Apple TV Plus, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Peacock, and Sling TV, surely you're jonesing to pay for even more.

That's why The Spectator World is proud to introduce our new streaming service, SpectatorWorld+. For the unbeatable price of just $89.95 a month, you get access to exclusive content from our writers whose work you could also just read on our website — as well as a few other journalists who seemed to be...

Cockburn can’t help but notice that streaming services are all the rage right now. And after shelling out for Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Paramount+, Apple TV Plus, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Peacock, and Sling TV, surely you’re jonesing to pay for even more.

That’s why The Spectator World is proud to introduce our new streaming service, SpectatorWorld+. For the unbeatable price of just $89.95 a month, you get access to exclusive content from our writers whose work you could also just read on our website — as well as a few other journalists who seemed to be floating around the job market.

Here are just some of the shows you can enjoy on SpectatorWorld+.

Well That Was a Mistake with Chris Wallace  Veteran journalist Chris Wallace sits down with the nation’s top newsmakers and asks them about the biggest mistakes they’ve ever made in their careers.

Fire Me with Amber Athey The Spectator World‘s Amber Athey interviews her bosses and says increasingly outrageous things to see if they’ll fire her.

Crossfire with Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy –This relaunch of Crossfire stars the deeply insightful and not-at-all-the-same duo of Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy, who square off on the hot-button issues of the day. Debate topics include “how Fox News is ruining democracy” and “why your ant infestation is a right-wing misinformation campaign.”

The Mull Denominator with Teresa Mull – Right-wing firebrand and Spectator World assistant editor Teresa Mull takes a blowtorch to the libs. Guests aren’t even allowed to speak; their mikes are muted as Teresa screams at them while riding a combine around a field. By the end, liberal tears are dripping from the ceiling — as are asbestos because she doesn’t believe in regulations.

The Office – This isn’t really a news show. But we need subscribers and it seemed to work for Netflix?

Cuomo, Cuomo, Scaramucci and Cohen – New Yorkers Chris Cuomo, former governor Andrew Cuomo, Anthony Scaramucci and Michael Cohen sound off on the news of the day. Tune in for a show where everything is said yet nothing is said at all. Now hiring transcribers; carpal tunnel insurance included.

Matt McDonald InternationalSpectator World managing editor Matt McDonald reports on world events while wearing Kevlar, even though he’s based in Washington, DC (because he’s based in…). McDonald is joined by a team of correspondents from across the globe, all of whom happen to be his cousins.

Media Watching Media Watching Media Watch with Stephen Miller – Join Spectator World media writer Stephen L. Miller as he comments on media commentary about media commentary about the medias. He’s joined by a rotating cast of media commentators with fiery views on media commentary about media commentary.