About Carly Lane
Carly Lane is an Atlanta-based writer and critic who considers herself a lifelong Star Wars fan, newbie Trekker, diehard romance/sci-fi/fantasy reader, and nascent horror lover. Her fondness of books is only eclipsed by the towering TBR that her shelves can't possibly contain.
She is the author of A REGENCY GUIDE TO MODERN LIFE: 1800s ADVICE ON 21ST CENTURY LOVE, FRIENDS, FUN AND MORE, which was published through DK Books (an imprint of Penguin Random House) in February 2023 and is currently available wherever books are sold.
She is a current member of the Television Critics Association, a former contributing editor for SYFY FANGRRLS, and has also written for Vulture, Paste Magazine, Nerdist, Teen Vogue, Den of Geek, Motherboard, The Toast, and elsewhere around the Internet.
This week's Top 10 includes a YA romance, a new reality challenge show, and a raunchy action comedy.
The actor also discusses Zheng's important relationships and her favorite part of the character's look.
He also discusses what Season 2's latest episode means for his character and George's intervention in the opera war.
The actor also discusses his favorite Season 2 scene to film and why the Lucius/Black Pete relationship is so important to him.
The actor also discusses the fun of being in a lovers' quarrel with Taika Waititi and what the final Season 2 scene means for Stede and Ed.
The actor also discusses why "Calypso's Birthday" is the show's pride episode and navigating all of Jim's important relationships.
The actor also discusses why "La vie en rose" is the perfect song for Izzy Hands and why his character's journey is a "beautiful human story."
Part 1 of 'The Crown' Season 6 premieres November 16 on Netflix.
She also discusses when she knew she'd be coming back to the show, the "intimacy" between Bertha and Turner, and more.
Creator and EP Katherine Jakeways discusses adapting Edith Wharton's unfinished novel and the possibility of a Season 2.
'A Murder at the End of the World' Review: Brit Marling & Zal Batmanglij Craft a Twisty Mystery-Thriller
'A Murder at the End of the World' premieres November 14 on Hulu.
'Lawmen: Bass Reeves' is set to premiere with its first two episodes November 5 on Paramount+.
The comedian, actor, and writer discusses the long road to filming his new Netflix special and the possibility of more 'Crashing.'
Based on the unfinished novel by Edith Wharton, the series follows five American heiresses who travel to England in search of a perfect match.
Maggie Phillips discusses the season's unique use of Kate Bush, getting Con O'Neill to sing in two languages, and more.
'Our Flag Means Death' Creator David Jenkins Breaks Down the Season 2 Finale, [SPOILER]'s Eulogy, and What's Next
Jenkins also discusses the significance of the episode's Nina Simone needle drop, the surprise wedding at sea, and more.
The Julian Fellowes-created series returns October 29 on HBO.
He also discusses the season's themes, the Mary and Emma relationship, and the finale's biggest practical effect.
All episodes of Season 2 premiere October 19 on Peacock.