After graduating from UC San Diego with a degree in Communication and a Film Studies minor, she worked at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills and TelevisionWeek magazine/TVWeek.com. Following that, she was an editorial intern at Entertainment Weekly’s Los Angeles bureau and continued freelancing for EW after her internship. She has also contributed event coverage/reporting, interviews and episode recaps to the Los Angeles Times Show Tracker blog, NYMag’s Vulture and The A.V. Club.
Josh Charles to Play Menendez Shrink in NBC's Law & Order True Crime
Josh Charles is going inside the minds of the Menendez brothers.
Girlboss Cancelled at Netflix
Netflix is firing its Girlboss.
The streaming service has cancelled the comedy series, starring Britt Robertson, after one season READ MORE
TVLine Items: L&O True Crime Adds Trio, Younger After Show and More
Flowers in the Attic matriarch Heather Graham is getting entangled with another twisted family.
Was Orphan Black Off Its Clone Game? Another Wayward Sis for Supernatural? Twin Peaks Hint Pays Off? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Orphan Black, Better Call Saul, Supernatural and Pretty Little Liars! READ MORE
Supergirl's Sharon Leal Boards CBS' Alan Cumming-Led Drama Instinct
J’onn J’onzz’s lady love on Supergirl has found a new network to call home.
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TVLine Items: AHS Vet to Crime Story, Lion King Spinoff Adds Scar and More
Ryan Murphy has tapped another member of his acting troupe for the next season of American Crime Story.
The Bold Type: Will You Subscribe to Freeform's Magazine Drama?
If you left your TV on after Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars, you might have stumbled upon a preview of another female-powered Freeform series: the upcoming women’s mag-set The Bold Type. READ MORE & GRADE IT
American Horror Story: Colton Haynes Joins Election-Themed Season 7 Cast
Colton Haynes will soon face something even scarier than Oliver Queen’s disapproving glare.