Did you know that the print version of TV Guide still exists? When I was a child, this was one of those mythic publications that sat on grocery store checkout aisles next to the tabloids as a bastion of sanity. When I'd visit my grandparents, the weekly guide would be stuffed into my grandmother's chair in the pocket reserved usually only for crossword puzzles and word searches. Later on in my youth, the TV Guide channel's rolling parade of listings probably took a few hours of my time that could've been spent learning a foreign language. Though both of these institutional pillars still exist, the days of charts and grids are behind us, and the TV Guide has finally hit the 21st century.