Terri Clark

Terri Clark is an award-winning young adult author, entertainment writer, TV addict and pop culture geek. She loves the access Twitter has given her to the people behind her favorite TV shows. TV isn’t just a static sport anymore. (Yes, sport! Watching as much as she does requires commitment, dedication and endurance.) She writes for Talk Nerdy With Us and Entertainment Weekly Community. You can find info on her YA books at TerriClarkBooks.com. Please follow her at terriclarkbooks on Facebook and Twitter.

  • “Peace be with those inside.” The camera focuses on those discordant words as chaos reigns behind the hand-lettered sign separating the quarantined from the masses. Showrunner Julie Plec (The Vampire Diaries) makes a departure from the supernatural to deliver this intense drama based on the Belgian series Cordon. While a zombie certainly wouldn’t seem out […]

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  • In “The Not-So-Great Escape” Ramona wants to bolt from her new school. It’s her first week and things aren’t going well so Jackson offers his assistance. Things go woefully wrong, earning both kids detention. DJ and Kimmy disagree on their punishments and it becomes a point of contention between the best friends. Stephanie also pretends […]

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  • Forget Fuller House, it’s all about “Funner House” in the third episode when Kimmy and Stephanie take DJ out for a Girl’s Night. The she-wolf pack goes wild for the sexy Chmerkovskiy brothers (channeling “The Roxbury Guys”) and Kimmy resists the hypnotic lure of her ex’s undulating hips. In the end, sisterhood wins out and […]

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  •   It’s “Moving Day” on the second episode of Fuller House. While Kimmy rejoices at finally moving in, DJ’s son Jackson isn’t happy with all the sudden changes in his life. Here’s the 411 breakdown: Best Moments Kimmy gets a parental win by tossing Ramona’s cell phone into the house after her daughter swears she […]

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  • Floriana Lima is quickly establishing herself as one of the freshest-new faces on television. Currently, she can be seen as intrepid wannabe reporter Bridey Cruz on the ABC drama The Family, opposite Oscar-nominee Joan Allen. The show is executive produced by Jenna Bans (Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal) and revolves around the Warren family. Ten years after […]

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  •   The much-anticipated Netflix release of Fuller House had a noticeable impact on broadcast television. According to Variety.com there was a 3% decline in ratings the night of its release. Although ratings for the show itself are unavailable from Netflix, who famously doesn’t release numbers, it looks as if the Fuller/Tanner/Gibbler household must be doing […]

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