Stuff We Love Right Now: ‘Drunk History’ Lessons, ‘America’s Next Top Model’ App

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Comedy Central

CATEGORY: Outstanding Variety/Sketch Series

At Home with Amy Sedaris

Drunk History

I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman


Saturday Night Live

Tracey Ullman’s Show

Nigella Lawson
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Cultural Nourishment

Nigella: At My Table

Streaming on Genius Kitchen
Even before I picked up Nigella Lawson’s new cookbook, At My Table, I was preparing some of the latest recipes featured on her BBC series of the same name. Her pasta with anchovies, tomatoes and mascarpone is already a regular weeknight dinner at my own table, and I’m now obsessed with everything copper thanks to the show’s color scheme. Like her last few series, Nigella: At My Table is so beautifully shot and produced, it’ll put your garden-variety American cooking shows to shame. And the book is a perfect companion. — John Russell, Staff Writer

Handmaid’s Tale Exhibition
Courtesy of SCAD

TV Bucket List

The Handmaid’s Tale Exhibit

Included with SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film admission
Praise be! Can’t get enough of the drama starring Elisabeth Moss? Then get thee to Atlanta’s Savannah College of Art and Design to see “Dressing for Dystopia,” showcasing more than 40 garments created by costume designer Ane Crabtree from the Emmy-winning Hulu series. This incredible, can’t-miss exhibit runs through August 12. — Jim Halterman, West Coast Bureau Chief

Drunk History - Colin Hanks
Comedy Central

Master Class

Drunk History

Season 5 resumes Tuesday, June 19
School was never my thing. I daydreamed in class and probably missed out on a lot. I wish Comedy Central’s Drunk History had been around then. Each episode starts with a celebrity narrator laying out the tale of an intriguing historical figure as he or she slowly becomes intoxicated. The account is then acted out by a rotating cast of actors and comedians, like Colin Hanks (above), who played Fred Rogers as told by comic Solomon Georgio earlier this season. This show deserves an A-plus. — Jennifer Halper, Photo Editor

America's Next Top Model
Michael Williams, California Pictures


America’s Next Top Model Mobile Game

Available for iOS and Android
After 24 cycles of ANTM, fans finally have the chance to model alongside the fiercely “flawsome” host, Tyra Banks. Create your own personalized avatar and smize your way through booking jobs, collecting coins and gaining followers on Model’s in-game social app, Chirp. From styling your avatar to working the runway, this game is seriously addictive. Keep an eye out for the addition of Cycle 24 winner Kyla Coleman to the mix. — Kathleen Thieme, Editorial Intern

Star Raiders: Adventures of Saber Rabine

Guilty Pleasure

Amazon Prime Video’s B-Movies

Stream for $8.99/month
During my college years, I loved watching USA’s Up All Night, hosted by Gilbert Gottfried and Rhonda Shear, and getting my fill of B-movies. Those days are long gone, but I’ve found a great alternative in Amazon Prime Video’s movie recommendations — and I can’t get enough! If you watch one under-appreciated movie, the “More Like…” section on the home page unlocks a treasure chest of suggested cult films. A recent favorite find: Star Raiders: The Adventures of Saber Raine (starring Casper Van Dien,). — Mike Ankener, Marketing Director

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Another week means more selections for things we’re watching, listening to, and more.

In this roundup of stuff we love, the TV Guide Magazine and TV Insider staff share what’s occupying their time when it comes to TV and beyond. From delectable recipes shared by culinary TV personalities like Nigella Lawson to an America’s Next Top Model app, there’s plenty to enjoy.

Click through the gallery above to see what other shows and apps are on their list this time around.

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