Rachel Anne is a television, movie and reading enthusiast living in Windsor, Ontario. She has a Bachelors Degree and a Masters in Communications under her belt, and uses these communications skills to talk to her dog. Some of Rachel's favourite shows include 'The Walking Dead,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Rookie Blue.' Rachel is "adorably Canadian, eh?" and on top of writing special features, spends most of her time at TVRage being a data entry wizard.
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Does anyone else remember when TLC was called “The Learning Channel”? That’s right folks; the network that brings you educational gems such as “Toddlers & Tiaras” and “Here Comes..
In the years that have passed since 1999 when the “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” went on the air, there have been countless memorable, funny, fantastic and horrible guests to sit down with..
HBO has picked up a new comedy pilot which will tackle the subject of the modern gay life and complexities of adulthood for a group of thirty-something gay friends in San Francisco. The pilot, which..
An actress on the racy Cinemax production “Femme Fatales” is suing Cinemax, Time Warner, HBO and True Crime LLC, saying that she was bullied and forced into “performing nude scenes, sexually..
It looks like ABC jumped the gun a bit last week when they announced that they had given the green light to the new paranormal drama series “Weird Desk” to premiere this summer. “Weird Desk”..
If the phrase “A Festivus for the rest of us” is not familiar to you, then settle down for a little lesson in “Seinfeld” history. In the 1997 holiday episode of the most popular show about..
When Academy Awards producers Neil Meron and Graig Zadan announced that “Family Guy” creator, actor and all around funny-man Seth MacFarlane was going to host the “Academy Awards”..
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