Cult of Whatever has scaled up efforts to provide high-quality content and reviews from the world of cult entertainment.
Cult entertainment fans who are into WWE, Marvel, DC, AEW, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, Star Wars, Doctor Who, and Star Trek, among others, could turn to Cult of Whatever for in-depth and premium news and reviews.
Cult entertainment is known for its dedicated and passionate fanbase. It forms an elaborate subculture, with community members engaging in audience participation and repeated viewings.
“What Cult of Whatever envisions is a platform where cult entertainment fans can engage and participate in a fun and friendly manner. The site provides a wide array of content that fans could read and indulge,” a representative of the company said in a statement.
The social site has been putting out reviews of a wide array of TV series, including Nancy Drew, an American supernatural mystery drama series based on the series of mystery novels about the titular character.
Cult of Whatever offers a roster of expert and passionate writers who love pop culture, sci-fi, fantasy, wrestling, and many more cult media content. Its professional reviewers are series and film geeks through and through.
“The social site draws a community of niche audience. It cultivates and promotes a platform that provides an entertaining space and forum for fans with a deep-rooted emotional investment in cult entertainment,” the representative added.
Fans of Big Sky looking for in-depth and quality reviews could turn to the site for the latest breakdown and assessment of the episodes. Big Sky, an American crime drama-thriller series created by David E. Kelley and based on The Highway series of books by C. J. Box, is one of the top cult entertainment favorites in recent months.
Cult of Whatever said it seeks to fill consumers’ desire to learn as much as they want about their chosen cult media text by putting out quality reviews. Its writers assess every content’s quality and determine whether or not they think the content is worth recommending to its readers.
As Cult of Whatever looks forward to 2022, it has begun a new series of articles counting down to the 25thanniversary of the cult classic, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The series created by Joss Whedon focused on a young woman slaying demons while trying to balance her home and school life.
Cult of Whatever began as ‘Wrestling 101,’ which was launched on October 26, 2003. The platform is related to the Talk Whatever Online (TWO) website.
On March 12, 2015, Wrestling 101 was rebranded as Cult of Whatever to allow the team to focus on a broader selection of cult entertainment.
“As you will notice, Cult of Whatever is still very much linked with its sister site, Talk Whatever Online, as it still provides all the interactive features such as the forums and our WWE Fantasy Wrestling League,” the representative added.
Cult of Whatever has expressed commitment to continue providing quality articles, news, and reviews from the world of cult entertainment.