Streaming Standout: My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman
Now streaming on Netflix On each monthly installment of David Letterman’s new Netflix series, the late-night vet engages in deep conversation with a different VIP. Sometimes I laugh, sometimes I learn a lesson—often it’s both. The episodes already streaming feature such wide-ranging guests as former President Barack Obama, George Clooney, Malala Yousafzai and Jay-Z. Up next: tête-à-têtes with Tina Fey and Howard Stern. My only complaint? I can barely stand the wait. — Danielle Roth, Editorial Intern
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App-tastic: Family Feud & Friends 2
Available for iOS and Android Survey says: This app rules! The iconic game show, hosted by Steve Harvey, can now be experienced right from your phone. Compete for the most points—and bragging rights—by challenging friends and family in up to three rounds of questions. (There is nothing that makes me giddier than defeating my older brother, Ryan.) — Kathleen Thieme, Editorial Intern
Reality Addiction: Mysteries at the Museum
Thursdays, 9/8c, Travel Channel I may never actually make it to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Wyoming, the Pacific Pinball Museum in California or even other institutions closer to home. But thanks to this long-running docuseries hosted by the easygoing Don Wildman, I know the significance of a certain T-shirt in the New York Transit Museum, a barn bell at the Chicago History Museum and many more curiosities. And I feel that much smarter for it. — Diane Snyder, Copy Editor
Ear ye, ear ye: Red All Over: A Handmaid’s Tale Podcast
Available on iTunes One of the greatest pleasures of really enjoying a television series is the chance to dissect it with friends afterward. That’s what this Handmaid’s Tale podcast feels like. Hosts “Aunt” Kelly Anneken and Molly “Ofmitchell” Sanchez pick apart each episode of the hit series from a deeply feminist, always hilarious perspective. I think of the show as a form of self-care: It’s the perfect way to unclench following the white-knuckle ride of watching the Hulu drama. — John Russell, Staff Writer
Mail Man: Mister Rogers Forever Stamp
Available where stamps are sold and at usps.com I never expected to get the warm-and-fuzzies from postage, but the new first-class stamp celebrating the late Fred Rogers—that cardigan-wearing, ineffably caring host of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood—really does trigger a rush of joy. Won’t you be my pen pal? — April P. Bernard, Executive Editor
With so many great shows, apps, books, and more out there, it's time for the TV Guide Magazine and TV Insider staff to share what they love right now. See what they're listening to, reading, watching, and more.
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