Brianne Hogan is a writer based in Toronto, who's been heavily influenced by TV her entire life. She's learned about the birds and the bees from "The Golden Girls." She went to NYU because of "Felicity" and she realized the type of woman she doesn't want to be by watching "Ally McBeal."
You can follow her on Twitter @briannehogan.
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Stefani, who just gave birth to..
Lara Spencer must really like her mornings early, or, at least, she will. Spencer has been named co-host of ABC's morning show, 'Good Morning America,' joining Robin Roberts and George..
We all have one. That one TV character who you would totally kick it with if they were, well, real. I’m talking about the TV BFF. Our sitcom soulmate. Our cable series compadre. I happen to..
Boy Meets...Camera? Well, something like that. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 'Boy Meets World' star Ben Savage is set to make his directorial debut on his former show's current..
A "Freudian slip" takes on a whole different meaning with the announcement that a 'Downton Abbey' producer, Carnival Films, and former 'The X-Files' scribe, Frank Spotnitz, will be developing..
Since we’re witnessing the ‘The Golden Era of Television’ (well, the third one), it’s pretty easy to sing the praises of such shows like ‘Mad Men,’ ‘Homeland,’ ‘Modern..
WGN America is boosting its development roster by going into the comic book business. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cable network has acquired an adaptation of DC Comics'..
It's a done deal: TNT has ordered 'The Librarians' straight-to-series. Based on the TNT movie trilogy, 'The Librarian,' the new project will star Rebecca Romijn, and feature original star,..
Some familiar faces are coming back to TV, which should make some 'The O.C.' and 'Sons of Anarchy' fans pretty happy this morning.
Amazon Studios has formally ordered pilots, 'The..
Two familiar faces are returning to TV in a new comedy pilot for TBS. 'Cheers' alum George Wendt and Ashley Tisdale of 'High School Musical' fame have been added to the David Kohan and Max..
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