New TVMuse domain offers info on upcoming features

Himanshu Arora Himanshu Arora Jan 17, 2019 News

The year 2019 so far has been a bumpy ride for users of the TVMuse service.

Towards the beginning of January, it came to light the service is down, as the official website – – became inaccessible. While users were looking for TVMuse alternatives, a linker at the original website started sharing links on one of their own web pages.

Note that this guy had explicitly revealed he was a linker at original TVMuse website, but deleted that tweet for reasons unknown.

Anyway, moving on, recently, it came to our notice that a site called has been launched. The banner at the homepage of this new site said (and still says) the following:

Unfortunately we lost our domain, we are working on recovering our database, in a few days we will have the website ready. Please bookmark our new site (Ctrl-D). Thank you!

The reason behind the loss of domain, however, wasn’t revealed.


So we had reasons to believe that is officially the new TVMuse home, although Pop Alexandru doesn’t seem to agree.

Interestingly, someone who also claim they were linker at the original TVMuse website came out in support for, accusing Pop Alexandru of promoting their own blog. Here’s their response to Alexandru’s tweet:

As you can see, there’s still an element of doubt when it comes to being the official new TVMuse home. However, that shouldn’t stop people from using the service. So with that in mind, we have some new info related to

Firstly, the site is being quickly populated with new links. And recently, the maintainers have revealed the future road-map for the site. They recently offered a heads up about upcoming features. Here’s the list of upcoming features:

  • User System
  • Tracking System
  • Comments Section
  • New site design, based on Googles Material Design
  • Lists functionality allowing users to create lists of movies, tv shows, people and more
  • New full-screen video player that supports embeds (like youtube) as well as custom video files (.mp4 for example)
  • New “Browse” page for browsing all available movies and tv series based on filters
  • Roles and permissions system for giving users access to different functionality on the site

In addition to upcoming new features, information related to enhancements and bug fixes was also shared.


  • Browse page genres can now be specified from settings page
  • Show more titles per row in title grids on tablet and small laptops
  • Pages should load 40% to 60% faster

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where title plot would get cut off sometimes
  • Fixed an issue with “movie description” seo tag sometimes not properly displaying
  • Fixed an issue where only single season would appear on title page sometimes
  • Corrected some display issues with mobile search bar

tvmuse-updates also updated their FAQ page. You might want to take a look at that as well.


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Himanshu Arora

My interest in technology and writing started back in 2010. Since then, I have written for many leading publications, including Computerworld, GSMArena, TechSpot, HowtoForge, LinuxJournal, and MakeTechEasier to name a few. Here at PiunikaWeb, my work involves covering on daily basis the biggest tech stories as well as scoops that you won't find anywhere else.