TV Equals is an online news magazine that provides reviews, commentary and celebrity interviews for the most popular television shows.

What is the philosophy behind TV Equals?

We believe in a very simple ideal:

All opinions and tastes are equal.

What does that mean?

We want TV Equals to be a welcoming and safe environment for all TV lovers where you can experience, discuss and share your passion for your favorite TV shows.

It means that whether you like a reality show or an award-winning drama, your taste or opinion of that show is as important as anyone else’s.



americ_small Americ Ngwije

In addition to his duties as an editor for TV Equals and Film Equals, Americ spends most of his time in front of the TV. He is a procedural addict and has even found a way to get through them in record time.

You can follow him on Twitter @itsameric.

You can email him at americ_ngwije [ at ] tvequals [ dot ] com.



Sandrine Sahakians

Sandrine has an unhealthy obsession with TV shows and spends way too much time watching them for her own good. Her current favorites include Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Banshee, Outlander, Teen Wolf, Strike Back, and lots more.

You can follow her on Twitter @sosandrine, Facebook and YouTube.

You can email her at sandrine_sahakians [ at ] tvequals [ dot ] com.



You can contact all of our writers through our Contact page.

jordan writerJordan Alsaqa

Jordan is a freelance writer, editor and podcaster with a love for all different types of pop culture. When it comes to television, his favorites include creative sitcoms like Community and big sci-fi epics like Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5. Ever since Netflix instant streaming became available, there’s always been some show playing in the background as he keeps up with the latest news and reviews from around the web.

You can follow him on Twitter @EndigoMaster or keep up with him at The Joy of Gaming.


jessica b author Jessica Breaux

Jessica am a lawyer by day and a Supernatural addict at all times. She loves all genres of tv and movies, but sci-fi is her favorite. She speaks in TV/film quotes and she watches way more tv than is probably healthy. She cuts her TV teeth on Saved by the Bell, MacGyver, Matlock, and Star Trek. When She’s not parked in front of her TV or computer, she can be found on the beach. You can check out her blog Jessica’s Joint.

You can follow her on Twitter @Eutopia26.


Mokibobolink Michelle Carlbert aka Mokibobolink

Michelle is a freelance writer, editor, blogger, as well as a self-proclaimed geek and fangirl. She has always loved TV shows, especially action driven dramas and sci-fi.

Her love of TV started when she was a little girl, with shows like ‘Tales From The Gold Monkey’ and the original ‘Battlestar Galactica.’ She and her friends used to act out their favorite episodes using lawn furniture and stuffed animals as props. These days she still loves action dramas and sci-fi, with a little bit of comedy and horror thrown in the mix as well.

You can also find Michelle on Facebook and Twitter @mokibobolink


Joey Cruz

Joey is a comic creator, freelance writer, story consultant, editor, blogger, author, Top Cow Talent Hunt runner-up, watcher and reviewer of movies, listener and lover of music, reader and speaker of words, breather of oxygen, verber of nouns, and wise, wise oracle of the internet. He writes the sci-fi webcomic RECKSTAR (, which he should probably be doing right now instead of talking about himself.

His first favorite show was Cheers; his current favorite, Marvel’s Daredevil. He loved The Sarah Connor Chronicles, thought True Detective‘s ending was pitch perfect, and believes Joss Whedon can do no wrong. For more strong opinions, strong language, and recommendations for strong ginger beer, visit Joey’s personal page at

You can also find Joey on Twitter @NeverWanderer


Samantha Chewie Samantha Kaye

From Atlanta, Samantha credits her love of pop culture to her father who introduced her to Star Wars, old musicals, Indiana Jones, Buffy, Xena, Battlestar Galactica, Animal House, The West Wing, Star Trek, John Wayne, James Bond, Errol Flynn, the list goes on. She introduced him to South Park, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and YouTube (fair trade right?).

She is a staunch supporter of Sansa Stark and thanks Nickelodeon for their 90s is All That block.

You can follow her on Twitter @SamDianeK .


Luke Luke Gelineau

Luke is a licensed insurance agent by day, and a sharp-tongued TV reviewer by night. He sells entertainment insurance to people working in the TV and film industry, and then turns around to review their work! Apart from leading this conflicted life, he plays a lot of video games and enjoys his life in beautiful Santa Clarita, California with his wife and small pomeranian puppy. He hopes you enjoy his reviews, but also secretly hopes you disagree whole-heartedly because those comments are just as entertaining!

You can follow him on Twitter @PhilthyLuker.


Sarah Luoma

An East Coast native, Sarah has a love for both television and movies, especially sci-fi series, and cheesy family shows like Everwood and Once and Again. She’s also a fanatic when it comes to the old school greats like Frasier and The Golden Girls. She has been a freelance writer on the web for five years covering everything and anything in the entertainment world.

You can follow her on Twitter @Sarluoma.


jordan writer Jordan Magrath

Jordan, who currently resides in Seattle, WA, has slowly become a film fanatic over the past couple of years. He attributes his love for film to the smash hit THE DARK KNIGHT which has created an (un)healthy obsession with both Christopher Nolan and the Batman franchise. Although he appreciates all genres of film, his favorite movies are typically psychological thrillers, with an emphasis on non-traditional narratives.

You can find him on Twitter at @jmacle or on his blog Rad(ical) Notions.

Pat aka ptjackson

Pat lives in Maryland with her husband. They have two grown children. She works part time as an English Composition Assistant in a public high school. She raised her children on a steady diet of science fiction, and is proud of her geeky family. She loves science fiction and fantasy TV the most, but also enjoys good crime shows and comedies. She mourns many TV shows that were killed prematurely such as Firefly, Chaos, Moonlight, The Good Guys, Breaking In and The Dresden Files.


Using her favorite online handle, Rueben is an East Coast-bred gal who is now a permanent Californian and a lifelong tv-oholic. She watches at least 25 TV shows a week, goes to the movies twice a month (if not more), listens to music every waking moment, reads every day and “plays” on the internet every chance she can.

You can visit her at Rueben’s Ramblings, follow her on Twitter @ruebenrambling.


mark writer Mark Trammell

Mark Trammell is the resident entertainment critic at UAB, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he is also a Graduate Student and does a vid-cast movie review show. His impossible dream is that “Twin Peaks” will one day be resurrected and pick up where it left off. Until then, he drowns his woes in anything remotely similar, from “Buffy” to “Lost” to “Pretty Little Liars.” This has not always been a good thing-cough, “Ringer”, cough- but now at least it can help pay the bills.

Follow him on Twitter, if you dare, at @rip_mr_gordo and check out his day job at Kaleidoscope.


courntey author Courtney Vaudreuil


Follow her on Twitter at @lavaudreuil.

Jocelyn W.

Jocelyn, a Southern transplant to Philadelphia, was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. To sum up her obsession about television, she is reminded of something Homer Simpson once said “I was raised in front of the TV and I turned out TV.” Although not actually raised in front of the TV, she does hail from a family that loves a good show and looks forward to her weekly phone pow wows with her mom about the latest episode of “Boardwalk Empire.” If you stop by her apartment on a rainy weekend, she may subject you to an impromptu marathon of one of her favorite shows no longer on the air such as “Rome” or “The Wire.” Despite the convenience of Netflix and Hulu, she still loves to own her favorite shows on DVD so that she can listen to commentary and enjoy interactive features. Although passionate about television, she still loves a good non-fiction book and in a perfect world, finds a way to intersect the two. After watching “Rome,” she read four books on the Roman Empire and has three more to go. She loved “The Tudors” so much that she read five books on The Tudor Dynasty.

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