Matej Jelic, Main Editor and Owner
Matej is the creator and owner of the site. He is responsible for the day to day running of the site.
You can find all Matej’s articles on archives page.
Shane Olga Ocampo, Assistant Main Editor
Shane ia an occasional blogger, a TV enthusiast and a budding film / TV reviewer. She is greatly engrossed by subjects of history, WWII
documentaries and legal dramas. Currently, she’s working on a film screenplay where her main objective is to project the social injustices
of the current legal system that many of us gradually neglect. As an aspiring writer, she looks up to eminent figures like Aaron Sorkin (The Newsroom), Paul Attanasio (Donnie Brasco, House) and Ed Solomon (Men In Black).
Our assistant main editor is also inclined to classic movies — from the 1967 Oscar Winning Bonnie and Clyde, Jodie Foster’s Silence of the Lambs and Johnny Depp’s impeccable portrayal of Donnie Brasco in 1997. On the nature of television, however, she currently hooked on — The Good Wife, Grey’s Anatomy, MSNBC’s American Greed and anything that narrates the unfathomable events inside the Nazi Party to name a few.
Moreover, when it comes to doing what she likes best — writing spoilers, she uses her knack to identify what the fans/supporters find the most teasing; but still conforms to factual and informative reporting.
Shane presently covers some of the popular shows this fall — Gossip Girl, Grey’s Anatomy, Hart of Dixie, Emily Owens M.D.
She also contributes to other dramas and sitcoms such as The Mentalist, The Good Wife, Last Resort, Hawaii Five-0, Fringe,
Two Broke Girls and The Mindy Project.
You can contact Shane via firstname.lastname@example.org or Google+.
Tanya Marcy, Senior Editor
Tanya is our senior editor. She’s a writer with love for stories and characters, so of course she’s a sucker not only for literature and film but for television too (She’s the resident Spoilers Guide Gleek). Raised on cartoons and sitcoms, she’s a comedy girl at heart, but she also loves the occasional drama/dramedy (Northern Exposure was the exception to her all-comedy TV diet as a kid). When she’s not writing on here, you can find her over at Glee Soundtrack, and ideas for writers and artists of all crafts at her personal blog, stickTnotes.
Tanya’s in charge of Glee, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Modern Family, Cougar Town, Pretty Little Liars and New Girl sections of the website. You can find all her articles on archives page.
To contact Tanya, follow her on Twitter at @gleeky_T for Glee and TV tweets, or @sticky_T for everything related to indie arts, writing, and marketing. You can also subscribe to her Facebook feed for more fun TV stuff! Feel free to send her an e-mail at email@example.com.
Natasha Fine – Senior Editor
Natasha is a sci-fy girl at heart and has always been attracted to the supernatural. With a touch of OCD, she becomes slightly obsessed with what she deems worthy! It started with “Star Trek” and blossomed from there, and when I use the word blossomed, I really mean grew into every “Star Trek” franchise made, forever. Shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Angel”, “Charmed”, “Firefly”, “Lost”, “Supernatural” and “The Walking Dead” all captivated Natasha from their series start and into their re-run sydication for some. Character driven stories are what she’s drawn to, usually fiction, that touch on real life situations. Natasha is no TV snob though, she loves film and has thoroughly enjoyed many comic book/book to film adaptations, the “Harry Potter” franchise being number one on that geek list. She write in her spare time, in between children and pole and is currently working on a book that doesn’t get near enough attention . Natasha looks to writers for inspiration and motivation; JK Rowling, Joss Whedon, Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson being amoung them.
Natasha covers “The Vampire Diaries”, “Once Upon A Time”, “Bones”, “Castle”, “The Following” and “Cult”. “The Vampire Diaries” is her biggest, current obsession, stretching beyond anything rational; and that obsession is what brought Natasha to Spoilers Guide in the first place, where she’s been ever since.
Follow her @natashafine (https://twitter.com/natashafine) on Twitter, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicki Castro, Senior Editor
Vicki is a freelance editor and writer who cut her fangirl teeth on sci-fi TV like Babylon 5 (definitely had a budget), classic Star Trek (had a budget for at least 2 of the 3 seasons), and the old Doctor Who (budget? Who needs a budget?). Her TV obsessions are Person of Interest, Supernatural, Justified, the new Doctor Who, Community, Parks & Recreation, The Soup, and Spongebob Squarepants.
You can contact Vicki via email at email@example.com or Google+.
Sean Mooney, Video Editor I
Sean is one of our two video editors. He makes sure we have the latest and newest TV promos online.
He’s in charge of releasing the latest video promos for pretty much every primetime show that we cover.
You can contact Sean via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via Google+.
Mira Halawi, Video Editor II
Besides promos, Mira also cover sneak peek videos and interviews.
She’s also in charge of every prime time series that we cover on the site.
You can contact Mira via Google+
Shahbaz Malik – Regular Writer
A Current University Student studying Media and hopes to make it into making films/tv or being a journalist for all-things-media. Has a passion for film/TV and enjoys reviewing them. Also runs a blog, MediaHype101 where he post weekly reviews of TV Shows and occasionally reviews films. Enjoys providing fans with spoilers and gaining discussion on the TV shows they love. Loves all-things drama, fantasy and a bit of comedy with current favourite shows being 90210, The Vampire Diaries, 666 Park Avenue, Gossip Girl, The LA Complex, Teen Wolf and How I Met Your Mother.
In the Fall TV Season he covers 666 Park Avenue, Arrow & How I Met Your Mother. During the Summer TV season Teen Wolf & The LA Complex.
Contact Shahbaz at: Twitter (@Shazbaz_1993) or follow his official blog twitter (@Mediahype101) where he posts all TV related news, and post updates on TV reviews/recaps. Feel free to also email at : email@example.com