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Author: LaNeysha C. & Carolyn H.

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A monthly podcast featuring two blerdy women who love to watch and read a lot of things!


Every episode Carolyn (@CarrieCnh12) & LaNeysha (@la_ney_sha) come together to review & recommend what they’ve watched and read over the month. From fluffy romance novels and funny romcoms to gritty comics and dark anime. They don't hold back and get into it all.


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After just two episodes, LaNeysha and Carolyn have become huge fans of the show, and as such will be hosting special bi-weekly recaps of the show during it's 10 episode run. In this first episode of So Here's What Happened in Lovecraft Country!, they share their thoughts about all of the themes from "Sundown" and "Whitey's On The Moon". They discuss how racism is the horrific monster the characters face, the biblical themes, and the power of ancestry and bloodlines. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, LaNeysha and Carolyn review and discusses the latest season of HBO's Insecure. Insecure is a millennial-focused comedy-drama television series on HBO created by Issa Rae. Slightly based on Rae’s renowned web series Awkward Black Girl, Insecure unpacks the story of the Black female experience from the perspective of two female protagonists and best friends, Issa (Issa Rae) and Molly (Yvonne Orji). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 25

Episode 25

2020-05-1901:04:33

Welcome to another episode of the So Here's What Happened podcast! On this episode LaNeysha discusses her latest manga series, the supernatural action-adventure Jujutsu Kaisen. While Carolyn shares her thoughts on the Taiwanese Netflix original series, The Victims' Game. And the ladies discuss their thoughts on the latest season of Issa Rae's hit HBO series, Insecure.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Another month has come to an end, which means it's time for a new episode of So Here’s What Happened! with LaNeysha and Carolyn. In this episode, we chat about The Invisible Man, season 2 of KINGDOM and Castlevania season 3. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thank you for tuning in for another episode of So Here's What Happened!On this episode, LaNeysha and Carolyn discuss their top entertainment picks for the month of September, and as always included are a manga and K-Drama recommendation. What can we say, we love what we love and to pretend otherwise makes no sense.TOP TV SHOWSBe Melodramatic/Melo Is My NameGolden KamuyTOP BOOK PICKSBeserkTOP FILM PICKSSound of MetalIT (2019) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of "Carolyn Talks..." she speaks with Costume Designer Trysha Bakker on the last day of filming for season 5, about creating intergalactic fashion for the characters of hit sci-fi show Killjoys and her career in the film and television industry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Thank you for tuning in for another episode of So Here's What Happened!On this episode, LaNeysha and Carolyn discuss their first top picks for May, which includes Chapter 3 in the hit action series John Wick, starring Keanu Reeves, and new supernatural show Good Omens.To support the podcast, donations can be contributed to the official PayPal account at PayPal.me/SHWHPod, thank you.Top ReadsKakafukakaElfen Lied  - Check out LaNeysha's full written review here. Top TV ShowsOne Spring NightGood Omens Top MoviesJohn Wick: Chapter 3 - ParabellumGodzilla: King of Monsters  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
LaNeysha chats with Jeff Trammell, Head Writer of Cartoon Network's Craig of the Creek.Follow Jeff @MrJeffTrammell  on Twitter. You can watch Craig of the Creek on Cartoon Network or on the Cartoon Network app.Viral Craig of the Creek Tweet See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #13 - April 2019

Episode #13 - April 2019

2019-05-0901:03:50

Thanks for tuning into another episode! This is also something of a special episode, because it marks our 1-year anniversary! Special shout out to all of our listeners, new and old, we appreciate your support and being a part of our podcast community!Below are LaNeysha and Carolyn's top picks for the month of April.Top ReadsLet's PlayRonin IslandTop TV ShowBondingOn My BlockTop MovieHomecoming - A Film by BeyoncéSnowpiercer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this special bonus episode Carolyn and LaNeysha chat about Marvel's Avengers: Endgame!After 11 years and 22 films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe wraps up phase 3 with a three hour long visual extravaganza. After the devastation Thanos (Josh Brolin) wrought on the universe in Avenger's Infinity War, Tony (Robert Downey Jr.), Steve (Chris Evans), Natasha (Scarlett Johansson), Bruce (Mark Ruffalo), Rhody (Don Cheadle) isn't it funny that I can't bring myself to call him James? - Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and the rest of the crew come up with a plan to find the Infinity Stones, and hopefully reverse the damage done.WARNING SPOILERS See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #12 - March 2019

Episode #12 - March 2019

2019-04-0501:17:50

Thanks for tuning in for another episode of So Here's What Happened!On this episode, LaNeysha and Carolyn discuss their first top picks for March (can't believe the month is over already, February took forever to end).Once again the ladies unknowingly picked the same show and movie as their top pick for the month, which is a good thing because it shows not only that they have similar tastes but it could also be seen as a litmus test for how certain projects impact pop culture and become a cultural phenomenon. This could also mean that they spend a lot of time on Twitter chatting about the same films and shows, either way, they had fun, and lots to talk about.Top ReadsScorpioAo No Flag Top TV ShowLove, Death & Robots Top MovieUs See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #11 - February 2019

Episode #11 - February 2019

2019-03-0701:23:09

Spoiler Warning: Umbrella Academy,Russian Doll, Alita: Battle Angel, ShopliftersTop ReadsLittle Leaders: Bold Women in Black History Top TVRussian DollUmbrella Academy Top Film Shoplifters Alita: Battle Angel   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #9 - December

Episode #9 - December

2019-01-1401:10:08

Happy New Year and thanks again for tuning into another episode of So Here’s What Happened!This time Carolyn and LaNeysha discuss their top picks a for the month of December. LaNeysha recommends some new reading material from WebToons, titled Olympus Lore. While also reviewing the Guillermo del Toro's latest installment into the Tales of Arcadia universe, 3Below and the Golden Globe award-winning blockbuster, Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. While Carolyn shares her thoughts on period film Mary Queen of Scots, starring Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie. She also gets into the hilarious Canadian comedy Kim's Convenience, back for it's 3rd season.Spoiler Warning: Spider-man: Into The SpiderverseBe sure to follow us on Twitter @SHWH_Pod to be a part of the #SHWHPod community and share your recs and reviews with us too!Top Reads Olympus LoreTop TV3 BelowKim's Convenience Top MoviesSpider-Man: Into The Spider-VerseMary Queen of Scots See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #8 - November

Episode #8 - November

2018-12-1101:43:14

Thanks for tuning into another episode of So Here’s What Happened!This time Carolyn and LaNeysha discuss their top picks a for the month of November. LaNeysha discusses Blair Imani's Modern Herstory. A book that has a radically inclusive approach to modern history and celebrating the women and nonbinary figures throughout it. Then it's onto TV where the ladies get into Fox's 911 and A Million Little Things. Lastly this month was packed with some great movie releases and the ladies really dive into all of the things liked and didn't like in Creed II and Widows.Spoiler Warning: A Million Little Things, Creed II, WidowsBe sure to follow us on Twitter @SHWH_Pod to be a part of the #SHWHPod community and share your recs and reviews with us too!Top Reads Mondern Herstory Top TV911A Million Little Things Top MoviesCreed IIWidows See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of “Carolyn Talks…” she speaks with directors and producers Sarah Teale and Lisa F. Jackson about their newest documentary PATRIMONIO.In 2015 executives from the American property development firm Tres Santos began development of a massive new vacation getaway in the small coastal town of Todos Santos located in Baja California Sur, Mexico. While the sales representatives were in New York showing potential investors the perks of owning a home on the Pacific coast, local fishermen were becoming increasingly alarmed at the present (and future changes ) Tres Santos was causing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #7 - October

Episode #7 - October

2018-11-0501:11:31

Thanks for tuning into another episode of So Here’s What Happened!This time Carolyn and LaNeysha discuss their top picks a for the month of October. LaNeysha brings the spooky vibes for the month with her reviews of Netflix's Sabrina and Venom. Along with a book of delightful affirmations from Hamilton star, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jonny Sun.While Carolyn brings some great recommendations for a steamy romance suggestions with a novel about a buff male nanny and a South Korean erotic psychological thriller film. And she also get into the hilarious tv series, Single Parents, that features one of our personal faves, Jake Choi in a lead role!The ladies also squeeze in a quick rant about their feelings towards The Walking Dead and Rick's farewell episode.Spoiler Warning: Sabrina, The Handmaiden, The Walking Dead & VenomBe sure to follow us on Twitter @SHWH_Pod to be a part of the #SHWHPod community and share your recs and reviews with us too!Top Reads Gmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks for Me & YouRAFE: A Buff Male Nanny (Loose Ends Book 1)Top TVThe Chilling Adventures of SabrinaSingle Parents Top MoviesVenomThe Hand Maiden See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Carolyn chats with writer Tennesse Martin and director Bola Ogun, about the teaser trailer produced for the film’s Kickstarter campaign.With the logline “She doesn’t want justice, she wants revenge” HANGRY is a short film about a teenage girl who’s sexual abuse by her stepfather while he takes financial advantage of her sick mother. Running low on money and time she decides to take matters into her own hands”.To learn more about Tennesse and her work visit SoSheSaid.comHANGRY is produced by Jamie Mehess and Blair Skinner See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #6 - September

Episode #6 - September

2018-10-0201:13:38

Welcome to another episode of So Here’s What Happened! This episode Carolyn and LaNeysha discuss their top picks and recommendations. While also getting into a few rants about when the female experience is portrayed badly in film and their hate/appreciate for the classic "Will they/Won't they" romantic trope.Carolyn also briefly talks about her experience at TIFF and which films she saw there made the cut for her September top picks.Spoiler Warning: Kim's Convenience - Season 2 & Bones Be sure to follow us on Twitter @SHWH_Pod to be a part of the #SHWHPod community and share your recs and reviews with us too!Top Reads My Hero Academia Persepolis Rising (The Expanse)Top TVThe Dragon PrinceKilljoys Top MoviesMayhemShadow See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Carolyn continues her coverage at TIFF, this time she sits down and chats with Vasan Bala, about his film, The Man Who Feels No Pain."A boy suffers from a rare disorder called Congenital Insensitivity to Pain, the condition is life threatening but he tries to survive life by trying to fulfill his Kung Fu VHS filled day dreams."Vasan Bala, an Indian Screen Writer and filmmaker. His debut film Peddlers (2012) was screened at the 51st Semaine de la Critiqueand also played at TIFF'12. He has worked as a screen writer on Anurag Kashyap's Bombay Velvet and Raman Raghav 2.0. He is also an award winning Advertising Filmmaker and The Man Who Feels No Pain is his second feature film.The Man Who Feels No Pain makes its world premiere on Friday Sept 14. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode #5 - August

Episode #5 - August

2018-09-0601:38:26

Thanks for tuning into for another episode of So Here’s What Happened! On this episode LaNeysha and Carolyn get into their top picks for the month of August As well as talk a little more about Carolyn's upcoming coverage for Toronto International Film Festival!Be sure to follow her on @CarrieCnh12 for exclusive content and check out her published post on here to follow along!Possible Spoiler Warning: All the Boys I've Loved Before, Crazy Rich Asians Be sure to follow us on Twitter @SHWH_Pod to be a part of the #SHWHPod community and share your recs and reviews with us too!Top Reads Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got WrongPersepolis Rising (The Expanse)If Beale Street Could TalkTop TVElementaryVoltron: Legendary Defender – NetflixTop MoviesTo all of the Boys I’ve Ever Loved - NetflixCrazy Rich Asians See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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