ScreenSpy - big news from the small screen
Don't Miss

Write For Us

Do you like to write about TV?

Do you want to increase your writing profile online, reach a larger audience with your words, or gain valuable experience with a fast-growing entertainment news magazine?

If so, we would love to hear from you this fall.

ScreenSpy magazine delivers up-to-the-minute primetime scoop 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, as well as streaming giants like Netflix, Hulu and others 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.

RELATED | From Al Pacino to Zooey Deschanel: ScreenSpy’s Latest Interviews

Right now at ScreenSpy we are looking to broaden our coverage of fall 2017/18  TV. As such we are actively seeking writers who can generate once weekly, short, upbeat review/recap style pieces on one or more popular TV shows airing over the fall 2017/winter/spring 2018 period.

Please check below to see what shows we are currently seeking writers to cover. (Or if unsure, just ask in your next email!)

RETURNING: Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), Designated Survivor (ABC), This is Us (NBC), The Blacklist (NBC), Empire (FOX), Gotham (Fox), The Walking Dead (AMC), Stranger Things (Netflix) Lucifer (FOX)


SEAL TEAM stars David Boreanaz (pictured), as Jason Hayes, in SEAL TEAM Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS

SEAL TEAM stars David Boreanaz (pictured), as Jason Hayes, in SEAL TEAM Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS


Hats off to David Boreanaz, who following a 12 year stint on FOX’s long-running Bones, now lands a leading role in CBS’ new fall drama SEAL Team.

This fall Boreanaz will take on the role of Jason Hayes in a military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them.

Deployed on clandestine missions worldwide at a moment’s notice, and knowing the toll it takes on them and their families, this tight-knit SEAL team displays unwavering patriotism and fearless dedication, even in the face of overwhelming odds. Did we mention David Boreanaz?

Premiere Date: Wednesday, Sept 27


Already billed as the next Castle, this hopeful new series from ABC throws master magician Cameron Black together with tough as nails FBI agent Kay Daniels. Together this unorthodox pair use every trick in the book to catch the world’s most elusive criminals  — all while staging the biggest illusions of Cameron’s career, of course.

Premiere Date: Mid-Season (taken)



This new X-Men-universe series tells the story of a suburban couple whose ordinary lives are rocked by the sudden discovery that their children possess mutant powers.

Forced to go on the run from a hostile government, the family seeks help from an underground network of mutants and must fight to survive.

Premiere Date: Monday, Oct 2 (taken)




This new series takes a provocative look at what really happens, both good and bad, in hospitals across the country. The series will focus on three doctors at different stages of their careers along with a dedicated young nurse. We have our tear-dabbing tissues on stand-by already.

Premiere Date: Mid-Season




Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore), a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, relocates from a quiet country life to join a prestigious hospital’s surgical unit. Alone in the world and unable to personally connect with those around him, Shaun uses his extraordinary medical gifts to save lives and challenge the skepticism of his colleagues.

Premiere Date: Monday, Sept 25



We don’t mind if you have no previous professional writing experience as long as your reviews are of a professional standard. As ScreenSpy is an online medium with a high daily turnover, we require writers to be able to submit articles no later than the day following the US airing of the episode under review, unless it airs elsewhere first.

Additionally, writers should be available to communicate briefly with the editor by email when submitting material.

Whether you are looking for an audience, experience, recognition or just a home for your work, we would like to hear from you.

Current contributors with ScreenSpy generally have some experience writing for another magazine or blog, even a personal one (not required but hey, that’s always an advantage, right?) have English as a first language, live in the US or Canada (again, not required but preferable for timely submissions) and have a love of TV. We also cannot accept contributions that subsequently appear in other magazines, or personal blogs.

Here’s how to get in touch.

Email the editor at:

Tell us a little about yourself and any writing experience you many have, and what relevant (on the air, or airing this season) shows you might like to cover. We may ask to see a writing sample, or ask you to submit a sample review.


While there’s always a home on the internet for a straight up recap (a synopsis of main events), what we really love are reviews that offer that little something extra by means of the author’s opinion, or deeper knowledge of the show, or a discussion of character motivations, or guessing out loud where a plot thread will take characters and events over the weeks to come.

Put simply, imagine this. You’ve just watched an episode of your favorite TV show, and come online to see what people are saying about it. What would you most like to read? That’s the kind of thing we’d like you to write, and the kind of thing we’d like to share with our readers.