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the big reveal

Welcome to the New Vulture!

We’ll allow you a moment to adjust your eyes. Yes, this is still Vulture, but consider it Vulture Plus: We've added so many new features — with more to come in the coming months — that we needed a new homepage to contain them all. So we've changed from a traditional blog format with stories stacked vertically to a layout that, we hope, will make it easier for you to find different Vulture departments. (But don't worry, blog fans: the old layout is still available here.) In fact, a glance at our new homepage should make it clear that Vulture has become an online magazine with its own identity separate from nymag.com, though it's still a kind of kissing cousin — in fact, you can find us at vulture.com, or continue using nymag.com/vulture. It's all in the service, we hope, of being the smartest obsessive in all of showbizdom (showbizsylvania? Mt. Showbiz?).

Also launching today are new features we call Obsessive Guides, which we hope will become definitive destinations for information on movies, TV shows, musicians, and actors — and places for you to argue about your favorites with other people who think far too much about these topics … you know, like us. Check out the pages for 30 Rock, Glee, Gossip Girl, and next summer's J.J. Abrams–Steven Spielberg movie, Super 8, which we'll be tracking in minute detail. They're stacked with fun features like glossaries of Best Lines (there really is a Jack Donaghy quip for every occasion), superfan quizzes, picture galleries, and more. There will be many more of these guides to come.

There will be more new staples, like the Vulture Transcript — long, virtually uncut, in-depth, and revealing interviews with fascinating creative types like David Fincher — and a couple of other exciting things we don't want to tell you about just yet. So look around, get oriented. We think you'll like it. Now if you'll excuse us, we have to get back to discussing last night's Glee.

Elsewhere on the new homepage, we've broken out and expanded some existing Vulture sections to make them easier to find. Above the lead story area, you'll see breaking entertainment industry news headlines on deals, casting, ratings, and more. Under the lead stories on the left, we've made a home for Edith Zimmerman's Clickables: juicy new viral videos, MP3s, and more to see, listen, and read about. Just to the right of Clickables are last night's recaps. Further down the page, you'll find slideshows, our growing library of Star Market assessments of actors, and top stories for different genres.

There will be more new staples, like the Vulture Transcript — long, virtually uncut, in-depth, and revealing interviews with fascinating creative types like David Fincher — and a couple of other exciting things we don't want to tell you about just yet. So look around, get oriented. We think you'll like it. Now if you'll excuse us, we have to get back to discussing last night's Glee.