You're up late watching television. You come home from work, only to turn on the DVR and watch the show's you missed from yesterday. Your life revolves around TV and you know it. Welcome to our life! Real TV Addict is a place just for addicts like you, written by people just like you. We're television fanatics and we recap the best of television each day, from reality shows to comedy and drama. We cover the best of the best. We also take a look at classic aspects of television history each day, from TV icons to top cult shows, we cover the good, the bad and the ugly. And you won't want to miss our Weekly Giveaway that runs from Monday through Friday. We've been giving away newly released DVDs and Blu-ray discs lately, but you never know what you will find.
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Former editor of RTVA - I am a full-time freelance writer, blogger and editor for a variety of online endeavors. I was born in New England and raised in Texas, where I live today. I love all kinds of TV shows but really enjoy science fiction, mysteries and crime dramas.
Amanda is a screenwriter who lives in Los Angeles. She'd probably get more done if her Netflix queue and DVR list weren't so long!
I am a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio, who loves to write about television and entertainment. I am also the National Celebrity Headlines Examiner, and dish about celebs.
Daniel Dominguez was born the son of cobbler in an unimpressive township about an hour from the city of Los Angeles called Palmdale. His father would often remark, bouncing young Daniel roughly on his knee, "You better not take any of my Gin, boy, because this is my gin," then he would smile his crooked smile and drink Gin out of a leather boot that he kept his gin in to "make his enemies nervous". Such was life in Palmdale. There, Daniel and the rest of the lower middle class serfs learned to wait outside the poorly maintained suburban Kentucky Fried Chicken for hours, in the hopes that the wealthy middle-middle class customers would toss out any fried skin or corn cobs they had not finished. Determined to find a better life, Daniel traveled to Los Angeles where began his screenwriting career. Now, Daniel is a NALIP screenwriting fellow, an associate member of the WGA, a semi-finalist in the Fade-In Screenwriting contest, has done a rewrite on a screenplay by the guy who wrote Find Me Guilty, has been selected to attend the Nickelodeon Fellowship Writer's Workshop, but still somehow has just enough money that he refers to Monday, Wednesday, and Friday as "Food Days".
James Melzer is an author, podcaster and freelance writer from Toronto, Canada. His debut novel, Escape, hits shelves late in 2010 from Pocket Books. Melzer is an advocate of social media, podcast fiction and all things horror.
Jennifer Hudock is an author, poet and podcaster from northeast Pennsylvania. She earned a BA in Creative Writing from Bloomsburg University, and is currently podcasting her dark fantasy novel, Goblin Market. To find out more about Jennifer Hudock, visit her official website.
Born and raised in southern California and currently doing some freelance writing while going to school. An interesting combination of all around sports fan (bleed Dodger Blue), Star Wars geek, movie junky and clown all thrown into one.
As a freelance writer, I have spent much of my career writing on the subjects of entertainment and celebrity gossip, though I have also written articles on a number of other topics for various websites. When I’m not busy writing, I enjoy traveling, outdoor adventures and watching all my favorite television shows, especially reality TV.
Joseph Smigelski teaches English at two community colleges in Northern California and is the author of The Devil Looked at Johnny, a collection of short stories. For several years, Joe was a contributing editor at that leader in cyber-warfare, the former Intervention Magazine. Now he writes for the Huffington Post as well as Real TV Addict and PostScholastica.
Katrina Robinson is a freelance writer living in Charleston, SC. When she's not working, she can be found reading a Chuck Palahniuk book on the beach.
Michael is a writer and snark enthusiast with a dusty degree in communications from Sonoma State University. He owns a bakery, Merci Beaucoup in Los Angeles, which is currently featured on WEtv's "Amazing Wedding Cakes." Aside from his TV musings, Michael is finishing up a number of comic book projects and running his blog, Drive-In '77.
Michael Littles is an East Texas native who is a fan of television crime dramas. He also enjoys science fiction and fantasy genres. They inspired him to write his own fantasy novel entitled "Treachery At Death Walk Keep." He writes online for Associated Content and enjoys working with the Real TV Addict.
I am a freelance writer with experience in office management and home-based business. I write copy for catalogs, newspapers, newsletters and informational and e-commerce websites. I am a huge TV buff. I love reality shows, sitcoms, dramas, and educational shows. I watch pretty much everything and love them all. Follow on Twitter
Maggie Sandford is a freelance writer of non-fiction, fiction, humor, and film, with a particular interest in the relationship between science and culture. Her work has been featured on ComedyCentral.com, NewYorkTimes.com, National Public Radio, and is upcoming in mental_floss magazine.
Sara grew up in Stafford, VA, where her family still resides. After studying music at Lebanon Valley College and Shenandoah University, she moved to Allentown, PA, where she now lives with her husband, cat, and two ferrets.
Scott Lew is a freelance entertainment and technology writer from Vancouver, British Columbia. When he is not happily perched in front of the computer screen for twelve hours of the day, he can probably be found sitting in front of the television screen. In short, he needs more exercise.