Stuff We Love Right Now: ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Wardrobe, YouTube Red & More

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Jam Out

Lost in space: the complete John Williams collection

Available on; $79.99
If you watched the syndicated Lost in Space in the ’70s as I did, you were probably pumped to see each episode before it even began. That’s because composer John Williams was responsible for the opening credits. He would later go on to write the scores for some of the greatest adventure movies ever, like Jaws, Star Wars and Indiana Jones, to name a few. This new vinyl release covers all the Space themes and a lot of the incidental music he wrote for individual episodes. — Michael Fell, Editor-in-Chief

Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Dressed To Thrill

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Now streaming on Amazon Prime
Oy vey, my closet needs a makeover! I wear black 90 percent of the time, but watching Mrs. Maisel has inspired me to try some color. After seeing Midge’s (played by Rachel Brosnahan) Pepto-Bismol-hued coat and her cute kitten heels, I can’t stop myself from searching on Google for vintage shops and raiding my mom’s closet. — Jennifer Halper, Photo Editor

Chrissy Metz signs copies of her new book, This Is Me
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Reading Material

This is me: Loving the person you are today by Chrissy Metz

Available where books are sold; $26.99
Suffering from This Is Us withdrawal between seasons? Look no further than this aptly titled autobiography and inspiration-filled saga from star Chrissy Metz. The Emmy-nominated actress addresses readers in a casual manner that would put anyone at ease. Don’t let that fool you into complacency, though — Metz’s past is filled with plenty of demons. She uses her struggles with abuse and eating disorders to motivate and influence others facing similar battles. And, thankfully, she came out on top. — Meaghan Darwish, Digital Writer/Producer

Stuff We Love

Streaming Dreams

Youtube Red

Available at; $9.99/month
One of the newer contenders in the streaming-service takeover, YouTube Red has lots of perks for a low price. Subscribers can binge original programs like dance drama Step Up: High Water and the upcoming Karate Kid follow-up, Cobra Kai, as well as enjoy free access to Google Play Music (iTunes users, this is your chance to change!). The best part? It’s ad-free, so I no longer have to watch commercials—for any YouTube video. — Eric Todisco, Editorial Intern

You've Got Mail - 1998
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For Your Bucket list

TCM Classic film tour

Book at
OK, so You’ve Got Mail’s Brinkley the dog isn’t part of Turner Classic Movies’ bus tour of NYC shooting locations, but many of the film’s Upper West Side haunts are (there’s even a stop at Zabar’s). Some of the other diverse flicks covered include Splash, Ghostbusters, On the Town, and Taxi Driver. FYI: Try to book with tour guide Sarah Louise Lilley, whose knowledge of film history is astounding. — Aubry D’Arminio, Senior Writer

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It’s that time of the week where the staff of TV Guide Magazine and TV Insider select their favorite things to stream, read, listen to and more right now.

Click through the gallery above to see what made the list this time around!