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.
Fall TV: ABC Orders The Muppets, Dr. Ken and Martha Plimpton Comedy
Grumble all you want, Statler and Waldorf: The Muppets are officially coming back to TV.
ABC on Thursday ordered to series a contemporary, documentary-style show about the iconic puppets, executive-produced by Bill Prady (The Big Bang Theory). READ MORE
Fall TV: Shonda Rhimes' The Catch Among 6 New Dramas Ordered at ABC
The Shonda Rhimes Era at ABC continues.
The network on Thursday ordered to series the thriller The Catch, from the prolific producer and Betsy Beers and starring Mireille Enos (The Killing). READ MORE
Arrow: Flash to the Rescue, Oliver's Return to Starling City ... and Felicity?
If you’re wondering how Team Arrow is going to escape their Nanda Parbat prison cell, the following first look at next Wednesday’s season finale (The CW, 8/7c) reveals the quick-moving answer. READ MORE
Supernatural First Look: [Spoiler]'s Funeral, Dean on the Rampage
If you needed three Kleenex to get through this week’s Supernatural, well, the following photos from next Wednesday’s episode (The CW, 9/8c) may require you to go back to the box. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Arrow Recap: Fool Me Once... — Plus: Who Died? And Who's at Death's Door?
Arrow: 10 Things You Must Know About Tonight's Wedded Nightmare
Wednesday’s Arrow (The CW, 8/7c) brings with it the nuptials of Oliver — excuse us, Al Sah-him — and Nyssa, but the specter of that dreaded union will be the least of everyone’s worries by the time the crazy cliffhanger rolls around. READ MORE
Syfy, Steven Spielberg's Amblin Team for Brave New World TV Adaptation
A Brave New World is hatching at Syfy.
The cable net is adapting Aldous Huxley’s iconic 1932 novel as a scripted series, produced by Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television. READ MORE
Orphan Black Recap: Mother, May I?
Chicago Fire Scoop: Friday Night Lights Vet to Replace Mills as New Medic
Chicago Fire has tapped Friday Night Lights alumna Dora Madison Burge to guest-star in the final three episodes of Season 3 as the new paramedic in charge at Firehouse 51, TVLine has learned. READ MORE