Jason Schwartz

Big nerd with passion for television, the 90s and ridiculous trivia.

Did you know that one of the first original television programs in America was "The Television Ghost," which featured dead people telling the stories of their murders.

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'iZombie' Writer Bob Dearden on What It's Like to Write for the Hit Show and What We Can Expect From Season 4
a month ago
Jason Schwartz: First things first, how did you get started writing for iZombie? Bob Dearden: Well, if you want to go back to before the beginning, I had a very different first career as a silvicultur...
The Forgotten Characters of 'Chicago Fire'
2 months ago
Chicago Fire is in the middle of its sixth season and it's showing no signs of slowing down. The show follows the lives of the firefighters and paramedics at Firehouse 51. The majority of the main cas...
Why The Valleyfolk Will Be the Biggest Thing on YouTube in 2018
2 months ago
It's often hard for a new channel to stick out on YouTube. YouTube's algorithm tends to cater to their bigger channels, so it's difficult for a new up and coming channel to find their footing. The Val...
6 Saddest Deaths in TV History
5 months ago
Killing off a character isn't exactly uncommon for a TV show, but some deaths have more of an impact than others. With a combination of shock and great acting, the deaths of the characters on this lis...
The Easter Eggs, Cameos, and Crossovers That Connect These 24 Nickelodeon Shows
6 months ago
After spending a majority of the past 24 years watching Nickelodeon, I had a thought. Anyone who watched enough Nick noticed that characters cross over into other Nick shows. Whether it was a full blo...
How Has Family Guy Changed?
7 months ago
It's hard to imagine there's someone out there who hasn't seen at least one episode of Family Guy. The show has been on for almost 19 years and shows no signs of slowing down. When the show premiered ...