Roots hails from Milford, Connecticut, and got her start in journalism when the arts editor of The New Haven Register gave her a shot as a student reporter. After graduating from Northeastern University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Roots wrote for The Patriot Ledger and Science & Theology News before turning her love of TV (and many childhood summers spent soaking up Days of Our Lives storylines) into an editor gig at Soaps In Depth. She covered All My Children and ultimately became senior news editor, then took a few years to eat cookies work as a writer/editor at Girl Scouts of the USA before landing at TVLine. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, Nate.
American Gods: Watch First Trailer for Starz's Neil Gaiman Adaptation
Thank whatever deity you believe in, because at long last Starz has released the first footage from its upcoming American Gods.
American Gods @ Comic-Con: Easter Appears, Raven Tales and More Scoop
Oh. My. Gods.
Those who’ve read and loved Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel American Gods are in for a big treat, the creators and stars of Starz’s upcoming adaptation told the crowd at the show’s Comic-Con panel in San Diego Friday. And if READ MORE
American Gods: Kristin Chenoweth Joins Cast as Goddess Easter
Hold onto yer eggs.
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They do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?
So Walter Blunt and his staff should take it as a compliment when, in this exclusive sneak peek at Blunt Talk‘s Season 2 trailer, the adult-film biz deems the Brit’s cable broadcast worthy of immortalization… in porn. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Power EP, Star Talk Season 3's Big Question: Can Tommy Kill Ghost?
Quantico Season 2 First Look: Newbie Aarón Díaz Gets His Om On
Power Renewed for Seasons 4 and 5
Looks like Ghost won’t be ghosting anytime soon.
Scott Baio Defends Hillary C-Word Meme Tweet: 'I Just Put It Up There'
Former Charles in Charge star and Republican National Convention speaker Scott Baio says he sees nothing wrong with a meme he recently tweeted, in which presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is equated with a vulgar term for female anatomy. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO