ScreenSpy magazine delivers up-to-the-minute scoop on primetime TV to TV Junkies across the US via celebrity interviews, breaking industry news, exclusive video sneak peeks, high definition photo galleries and more.
Our press relationship with both Cable and Broadcast Networks means we’re uniquely positioned to deliver news and updates in real time.
Our next day reviews and recaps break down the latest episodes of your favorite TV shows, while our opinion pieces, features and editorials supplement our slate with insights and analysis of the TV landscape and the industry itself.
In addition, our ongoing liaison with Hollywood PR means our regular interviews with those in front or behind the camera are timely, relevant and above all, news-worthy.
Covering the very latest in TV, our emphasis is firmly on what’s fresh, bold and trending.
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Jennifer Griffin (Editor, Columnist)
Originally hailing from Dublin, Ireland, Jennifer Griffin is the founding editor and chief columnist for ScreenSpy. Jennifer, who divides her time between New York and Dublin, has an abiding love/hate relationship with Pop Culture, TV, Movies and Games. She’s been playing computer games since her ZX Spectrum days and watching and critiquing genre TV since Space 1999 and Blake’s 7. There’s nothing she loves more than a confidently placed apostrophe, except maybe a great cup of coffee. When she’s not writing articles and interviews for the site, she can be found complaining loudly about the lack of decent TV.
Sheldon Conaty (Graphics Designer, IT Consultant)
Sheldon is an IT professional with over 20 years experience in the software industry. As ScreenSpy’s leading graphics designer and IT consultant he has worked to evolve the site over the years, upgrading its infrastructure from a simple forum to a digital media news outlet capable of delivering a fast turn around of content in the face of ever increasing demand. When he’s not developing for the site, he can be found developing a nervous tic.