April Neale

April Neale is an entertainment writer and television critic. Neale is a member of the Television Critics' Association (TCA), The Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ), Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) and Critics' Choice Awards - Film and Television (CCA). Neale has read her original work both on NPR and 'Spoken Interludes', and has previously worked at industry trade Below The Line.
The bizarre, the apocalyptic and inexplicable are all served up in Science Channel’s return of their must-see series Strange Evidence. The riveting series from Science Channel has a fantastic premise for a reality series. Strange Evidence calls upon the preponderance of closed circuit TVs and surveillance cameras, not to mention people filming you with their
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Imagine you worked in a building engineered for 40 foot wind sways. On this Sunday’s Unearthed on Science Channel, we meet the engineers who over time worked towards the creation of the fated Twin Towers of New York City. The journey for their build began in the 1960’s as engineers built miniature models to test
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Deadliest Catch: Bloodline exclusive preview for Tuesday night sees series star Josh Harris net a huge fish exactly where his late father Captain Phil Harris told them they would be found. It was the discovered charts of Phil’s that were the idea for this series, Deadliest Catch: Bloodline, to have Josh see where these cryptic
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