We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: We’re a charming bunch of people. But you may also have some questions about us. Why should you be reading these ramblings of crazy people who clearly have too much time on their hands that they can write about TV all the time.
Well, we’ll solve that there. Brief bios for each of us are below. If you click on a particular writer’s name, you will land on that writer’s archive, and you browse their articles at your leisure.
Nick is a co-founder of the blog along with Noel (Nick is the monster on the left). He graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Film & Video, and a minor in Italian, which will prepare him for a future in television production in Italy as long as they talk really slow. He has been a fan of television for as long as he can remember, some of his earliest memories being his fervent enjoyment of The Cosby Show and Cheers, and he often communicates with the world through his brain-dumpster of performed scenarios and lines that comes with decades of being extremely impressionable in a media-saturated culture. What does that mean for the blog? You will see that his posts often make ridiculous connections, relating back to things like Talespin or Gilmore Girls. Nick also writes for TV.com.
A co-founder of the blog with Nick, Noel is a graduate student finishing his Master’s degree in Film, Video, and Digital Imaging (Moving Image Studies focus) at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. This is not his first attempt to maintain a blog about a particular topic, but it’s by far the most successful (and he’s very glad for it). He can’t remember exactly he got hooked on TV, but largely blames Aaron Sorkin for it (maybe this explains the amazingly long sentences in his reviews…). Somehow he made The Wrap’s 25 TV Superfans to Follow on Twitter in June 2010. In May 2011, he was interviewed for a CNN.com article on food programs. In March 2012, he was interviewed for a Gameranx article on what video games can learn from TV. He also writes for TV.com and was a co-founder of the TV history blog This Was Television.
- April 27, 2011