Stuff We Love Right Now From the TV Insider & TV Guide Magazine Staff

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Love - Paul Rust, Gillian Jacobs
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Seriously Streamable


Now streaming on Netflix
Pun absolutely intended with my pick of Love, Judd Apatow’s rom-com series starring Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust (above). Perhaps even more endearing than the leading duo is Iris Apatow, the creator’s daughter, as Arya, a self-aware child star. Catch up before the final season premieres on March 9. —Sai Saha, Marketing Manager

Vulgar Flavor The Assassination of Gianni Versace

Reading Material

Vulgar Favors: The Assassination of Gianni Versace by Maureen Orth

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This book is the perfect companion piece for any true-crime fan tuning in to FX’s American Crime Story this season. It details the story of Andrew Cunanan (played by Darren Criss) and his evolution into a serial killer who took the life of designer Gianni Versace as his final victim. The accounts from Cunanan’s friends and family are a great addition, making this a fascinating look at his life and wrongdoings. —Yana Grebenyuk, Editorial Intern

MONK -Jason Gray-Stanford, Ted Levine, Tony Shalhoub, Traylor Howard
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Addicting Watchfests

Monk Marathons

Mondays–Fridays beginning at 1/noon c, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Fridays and Sundays beginning at 10am/9c, WE tv
The new year is a time for change, but if you’re not very adaptable, OCD-stricken police consultant Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) makes great company. This 2002–09 detective comedy—which earned Shalhoub three Emmys—is packed with quirky charm, witty scripts and top-notch costars, especially Ted Levine (second from left, with Jason Gray-Stanford, Shalhoub and Traylor Howard) as beleaguered Captain Stottlemeyer. When a show is so delightfully entertaining, tuning in for just three (or seven) hours a day can’t be considered obsessive…right? —Diane Snyder, Copy Editor

Real Housewives of Atlanta- NeNe Leaks, Kim Zolciak-Biermann
Alex Martinez/Bravo, Derek Blanks/Bravo

Wonder Women

The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s

NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak-Biermann
Currently airing on Sundays, 8/7c, Bravo
The long-awaited return of Nene Leakes and Kim Zolciak-Biermann to The Real Housewives of Atlanta in Season 10 has me sipping the tea they are spilling! RHOA was never boring, but these peaches are bringing their A-game and I plan to keep watching the pot they are stirring. —Jennifer Halper, Photo Editor

iPad TV Stand

Great Gifting

iPad TV Stand

Buy on, $30
This cardboard creation brings retro flair to your iPad viewing, whether you’re binge-watching The Twilight Zone or Black Mirror. It’s made entirely from recycled goods by Luis Rodrigalvarez in Charlottesville, Virginia, and is the perfect present for anyone looking for a blast from the past. Bonus if you’re into puzzles, as it does require some assembly. Just don’t touch that dial! —Emily Aslanian, Assistant Editor

MARVEL'S RUNAWAYS - Gregg Sulkin, Ariela Barer, Allegra Acosta
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Jam Out


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What do you do when you hear a song you like on Bull but can’t Shazam it fast enough? Or you don’t remember one of the edgy bands featured on Marvel’s Runaways (above) and it’s haunting your every move? This website aims to end those audible plights with a database of music from TV and films. And yes, it is addictive, so proceed with caution! —Damian Holbrook, Senior Writer

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My family of four cut the cord over a year ago, and we love it! (We made the decision after the Hallmark Channel finally found its way to Sling TV.) Our first step was to replace the pricey cable boxes in the kids’ rooms with Roku sticks. After realizing we could get all of our favorite networks through the right combination of streaming services, we cut cable entirely. Now, all our TVs have the same interface and, best of all, there’s no extra equipment to watch in HD. —Mike Ankener (above), Marketing Director

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