• The cover of the book Fleabag: The Scriptures

    Fleabag: The Scriptures

    After its recent epic Emmys sweep (Outstanding Comedy, Casting, and Lead Actress), it’s probably safe to say that anyone who hasn’t already fallen head-over-heels for this boundary-pushing, darkly hilarious, and one-of-a-kind series is curious about what exactly Phoebe Waller-Bridge has accomplished with Fleabag. In Fleabag: The Scriptures, we’re treated to not only the complete scripts from both seasons but also Waller-Bridge’s annotations, director’s commentary, and other bits and pieces that reveal even more about the complex, troubled, and magnetic protagonist who captured our hearts the first time she gazed mischievously into the camera.

     
  • The cover of the book Stranger Things: Darkness on the Edge of Town

    Stranger Things: Darkness on the Edge of Town

    No spoilers, but if the most recent season of Stranger Things left you desperate for more from everyone’s favorite grumpy yet lovable Hawkins police chief, you’ll want to add this one to your cart. The novel delves into Hopper’s mysterious past, revealing that his troubles with the unexplainable began long before he stepped foot in the small town where he’d come to adopt a strange girl named Eleven.

     
  • The cover of the book I Like to Watch

    I Like to Watch

    If you’ve ever enjoyed a piece of literary criticism about television, then you won’t want to miss this one. Emily Nussbaum, culture critic for the New Yorker, is indisputably one of the sharpest and most discerning artists in this field. From reckoning with our desire (or lack thereof) to separate art from the artist in the #MeToo era to chronicling the rise of the female screw-up, this essay collection has something for every television lover who knows that watching TV can offer so much more than mindless entertainment.

     
  • The cover of the book Unbelievable

    Unbelievable

    In this gripping, haunting novel—now a Netflix limited series—a young woman reports a rape that police and investigators doubt from the start and eventually classify as a false report. Years later, when another sexual assault case bears undeniable similarities to the dismissed young woman’s, a new team of detectives discovers a chain of crimes that point to a much more sinister mastermind, raising poignant questions about who we choose to believe, and why.

     
  • The cover of the book Generation Friends

    Generation Friends

    Who can deny the cultural impact of the show that put Central Perk on the map? In this special edition timed to the show’s 25th anniversary (yes, you read that right—feel old yet?), Saul Austerlitz takes you back to 1994, when Rachel, Ross, Joey, Chandler, Monica, and Phoebe were first introduced to audiences nationwide. Chock-full of exclusive, revealing interviews with the show’s cast, crew, and creators, this zany retrospective is a comprehensive look into a show whose legacy has stood the test of time.

     
  • The cover of the book A Discovery of Witches

    A Discovery of Witches

    Devoted fans of Deborah Harkness, your hour has finally come: the television adaptation for the first installment in this beloved trilogy is headed your way! If you’re new here, this thrilling tale follows a young scholar and descendant of witches, Diana Bishop, who embarks on an unforgettable adventure into the underworld after discovering an ancient, enchanted manuscript. Think Harry Potter meets Twilight meets Outlander. Need we say more?

     
  • The cover of the book All the Pieces Matter

    All the Pieces Matter

    There’s no downplaying the incredible impact that The Wire has had on the way we think about the criminal justice system, systemic bias, structural racism, and the failed war on drugs, among other critical issues. Not to mention, it’s boosted the careers of some of the most talented actors of our time, including Idris Elba, Dominic West, and Michael B. Jordan. Now, for the first time ever, we’re getting an incisive behind-the-scenes dive into the creation of this critically acclaimed series.

     
  • The cover of the book Looking for Alaska

    Looking for Alaska

    What can one say about this instant YA classic that hasn’t already been said? If you’ve somehow missed the boat on this one, prepare yourself for a coming-of-age story that defines the post-Perks of Being a Wallflower, pre-500 Days of Summer generation. You’ll meet Miles Halter, who flees his boring life to find his “Great Perhaps” at boarding school, where he encounters the slyly explosive Alaska Young instead. Read this one before bingeing the Hulu series, which aired in October of 2019.

     
  • The cover of the book The Crown: The Official Companion, Volume 2

    The Crown: The Official Companion, Volume 2

    If historical pomp and circumstance is your jam, Robert Lacey is here to deliver your next fix: a follow-up edition that delves into the history behind seasons 2 and 3 of The Crown. Learn about the real struggles facing the Queen during a charged political era and be prepared to marvel at “Truth vs. Invention,” which highlights the show details lifted directly from history and those added for dramatic tension.

     
  • The cover of the book Modern Love, Revised and Updated

    Modern Love, Revised and Updated

    Ah, love. No matter the state of your romantic life, there’s nothing like settling in with a juicy, tragic, or heartwarming story about the most complex of human ties. And what better place to find some of the best writing on matters of the heart than the New York Times Modern Love column? Acquaint yourself with these incredible stories before you watch the upcoming Amazon series that features stars like Anna Hathaway, Dev Patel, and Catherine Keener. After all, who couldn’t use a little more love in their life?