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.
Supernatural Boss Teases Episode 300: It Will Be 'Heartwarming, With Murder'
Will CBS Regret Code Black Cut? Were J.Lo's Skivvies Shameless? What Is Up With Julia Roberts' Legs?! And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week(-plus!) of TV gone by, and with Comic-Con now wrapped, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Who Is America?, UnREAL, Suits and Code Black! READ MORE
Riverdale @ Comic-Con: Love Woes for [Spoiler], Another Musical Ep and More
Supernatural @ Comic-Con: Sam's New Leader Role, Fan Faves Return and More
The Flash @ Comic-Con: Multiple Season 5 Deaths, a Killer (Frost) Reveal, Sherloque Wells and More
Legends @ Comic-Con: [Spoiler]'s New Character Revealed, 'Avalance' Update and... a Beatles Cameo?
One of Legends of Tomorrow‘s biggest mysteries has been answered: Maisie Richardson-Sellers — whose alter ego Amaya returned to her homeland of Zambesi at the close of Season 3 — will be playing READ MORE
Arrow @ Comic-Con: Stephen Amell Hopes Oliver 'Pisses You Off,' Colton Haynes Hails Season 7's New 'Energy'
Supergirl @ Comic-Con: 'Grounded' Season 4 Brings Back Kara the Reporter
Supergirl is getting back to her roots in Season 4 — or Kara Danvers‘ roots, to be exact.
“Kara Danvers the reporter is going to be as big of a hero this season as Supergirl,” READ MORE
Andrew Lincoln Confirms Walking Dead Departure: 'I've Done Enough Crying'
Doctor Who @ Comic-Con: New Star Jodie Whittaker and the Team Preview a 'Fresh Take' on the Classic Time Lord
Doctor Who will introduce its first-ever female
Time Lord Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker, this fall — but the character won’t change too much.
“It’s the Doctor you’ve known and loved, with just a fresh take,” new showrunner Chris Chibnall said READ MORE