What’re y’all up to this weekend? Is it starting to look more like fall in your area? (If yes, I am jealous.)
ICYMI on FYA
Stephanie tells you why you should be watching Paper Girls in this week’s Stream It.
And have you read this week’s Book Reports?
- Stephanie reviewed Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka’s With and Without You, a story that examines long-distance love.
- Brian shared his thoughts on Kate McLaughlin’s Daughter, in which a young woman finally meets her father—and discovers he’s a notorious serial killer.
- And I wrote a report on Ali Hazelwood’s Love on the Brain, a romcom that’s both swoony and sciency.
This is ridiculous. (More here.)
An update on the Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster’s proposed merger case: “Book publishers just spent 3 weeks in court arguing they have no idea what they’re doing.”
The Buffy reboot is on hold.
Dan Levy has joined Sex Education for the show’s fourth season.
And Elijah Wood has joined Yellowjackets ahead of the show’s second season.
Aaand Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s joined The Boys for its fourth season.
Here’s a list of the best 90s movies as chosen by celebs including Edgar Wright, Bill Hader, and John Boyega.
Scott Patterson is trying like hell to be relevant. *massive eye roll*
(Here’s our recap of the episode in question.)
A Horizon: Zero Dawn adaptation is in the works from the creator of The Umbrella Academy. (Anyone else a Niloy shipper? No? Just me?)
(Shameless plug: Check out our Gilmore Girls Rewatch Project!)
A little nostalgia for you: “12 Facts About the Animorphs Book Series.”
What’d we miss? Add your fave distractions of the week in the comments.