On August 9, 2014, I joined the team at SpoilerTV as a freelance writer, although on June 9, 2010, I posted a one-off review of the pilot episode of Pretty Little Liars. For a complete list of my articles, click here.

In June 2016, I was promoted to Senior Staff Writer. Currently, I am reviewing the final season of Freeform's Pretty Little Liars, and the upcoming third season of WGN America's hit show, Salem for the 2016-17 season. I am also an original member of the 'Throwback Thursday' team, thus I have posted popular articles for Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Desperate Housewives, The Secret Circle, Ghost Whisperer, and Revenge. I have written the most TBT articles than any other writer.

Beginning my reviews in the summer of 2014, I started with reviews of the ABC show Mistresses that was then in its second season while previewing and reviewing the new NBC sitcom, Bad Judge. I also immediately scored a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interview Maggie Friedman, creator of the Lifetime show Witches of East End (as well as my much-missed short-lived Eastwick). I began reviewing the CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls at the beginning of its fourth season. I did not have time in the 2015-16 season to review its fifth season, however I managed to get two reviews out for its official and unofficial 100th episode.

After Witches of East End was cancelled in November 2014, I posted an Ultimate Renewal Guide, and it instantly caught the attention of the cast and crew of the show. They shared the post and made it go viral on Twitter, and celebrities from the show such as Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Rachel Boston, reflected positively on the article. My proudest moment to date.

I also enjoy writing special anniversary articles, and so I celebrated the 10th anniversaries of the births of ABC shows Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy. I also posted a series of Charmed anniversary articles for the 10-year anniversary of the series finale, under the event of 'Charmed Saturdays' on SpoilerTV. From April 2 to May 21, 2016, I posted extensive reviews of each season every Saturday, and the reviews proved extremely popular on the site.

In January 2015, I took over reviewing Pretty Little Liars from a writer who had recently left the site. I have reviewed the show from the second half of season 5, and will continue up until the series finale in 2017. It will be rather poetic, after originally reviewing the pilot in 2010 for the site, to also review the final ever episode. In the same month, I took over reviewing Sleepy Hollow, then in the last half of its second season, to an overwhelming response. My first preview of an episode achieved nearly 500 comments alone, one of the most-commented reviews on the site ever! It was mainly due in part of people disagreeing with my view on a character, but nevertheless, opinions differ and it allowed me to write some of the most popular Sleepy Hollow reviews on the site. Part time, I helped back-up and write several reviews of shows such as The Flash and Revenge.

In April 2015, I began my reviews of WGN America's show Salem. Then going into its second season, my reviews of the show also gained the attention of the cast and crew of the show, thus helping in its popularity on Twitter and on the site itself. It also meant I got the opportunity to interview one of the co-creators, Adam Simon, in what he called 'the best interview ever done with me' and called it a 'valuable piece perhaps the best yet written on Salem'. Also one of my all-time proudest moments from working on SpoilerTV.

I took over reviewing Devious Maids at the end of its third season and continued to review the show until it ended with its fourth season, and cancelled by Lifetime. I also posted sporadic reviews of Mistresses during its third season and at the beginning of its fourth season. I continued to review the first part of season three of Sleepy Hollow late 2015 before dropping it after the Bones crossover event, which became my final Sleepy Hollow review, and I began reviewing FOX show Scream Queens when it premiered. I also had the chance to review the series finale of long-running show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

My Shadowhunters pilot preview gained a lot of attention on Twitter, including from show star, Katherine McNamara, who also followed me. My 2014-15 season review became one of the most-viewed reviews on SpoilerTV, and in total, my reviews have over half a million views and over 7,000 comments in total.