Watching a lot of movies and series, it quickly became difficult to keep track of what was coming out and when. Not to call managing a few torrents tiresome, but when there's 5-10 new episodes for things you watch coming out every week, you begin to wonder if all of these extra clicks are really necessary. This also refers to wasted clicks, for when you know that an episode aired but you don't quite know yet if there's a torrent out for the 1080p version you prefer. With all this in mind, I first attempted to automate this with a simple python script, which would run as a cron job, crawl the Pirate Bay for torrents of new episodes, send me the ones it finds via e-mail and update the list of series so that it would begin watching out for the next episode. And the funny thing that script worked like clockwork, monitoring at least 40 different series over a period of two years. Then the point came, when I wanted more features and automation, and that old python script was never written to be particularly scalable. So I began development of Goirate. This tool aims to become an all-in-one suite for automating your every piratey need. It works as a CLI program, which is designed to go through the internet searching for torrents much like a human would. Expanding upon the original idea of scanning for torrents as part of the cron job, this tool operates on a more robust foundation, which is able to detect and go through multiple Pirate Bay mirrors. It also expands upon dealing with media, by utilizing APIs, crawling through IMDb and more.