TV Fanatic is looking for a handful of Super (Duper!) Fans to come on board, have fun, interact with readers and build their portfolio by doing something you already love to do:
Do you want to review shows for a site that garners over 10 million page views per month? This is your chance.
We're seeking people like these:
- People who love crime procedural dramas: Can't live without Elementary? Criminal Minds? Murder in the First? Make our home, your home!
Gaga for genre shows like Sleepy Hollow? Want to slay blood suckers like those on The Strain? Cast spells with the witches on Salem? Get it off your chest right here.
Maybe comedy is your thing? Do you have something really special to say about Mom? black-ish? Maybe The Simpsons? Or Fresh Off the Boat? How about Episodes on Showtime? Laugh with us.
Are you willing to cover gems undiscovered to you, but of interest to our readers? We need you on board.
- Are you always making lists of the best and worst of television? Reasons to watch and remember seminal moments in TV history? Slideshows might be your thing. Talk to us about it.
To apply, please send the following to Carissa@TVFanatic.com:
At least one writing sample, preferably in the nature of a review or slideshow, but hopefully about entertainment! (links are acceptable);
A description your past writing experience and why you are interested in this opportunity;
Where you might fit in the above spectrum of people we're seeking, what you watch now and what new shows you're looking forward to seeing;
Your technical experience level with CMS products like WordPress or similar programs;
- Thoughts on what sets you apart from other writers, what makes your voice interesting.
If you've posted on TV Fanatic, we'd love to take a look at your engagement, so send along your username. We're looking for team players, people with enthusiasm and passion for television.
For your contributions, we offer a very large audience, promotion of your work and the chance to include, along with each review, your Twitter handle, blog link, etc.
Don't just read TV Fanatic. Become a TV Fanatic and make your voice heard.
Carissa Pavlica is the managing editor and a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow her on Twitter.