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 elusive island of Tasmania kicks off Gordon Ramsay’s second season of Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted for National Geographic Channel. It is just as energetic in premise and execution as the first season. Ramsay returns for the second season of Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, tonight and true to form, fit Chef Ramsay is a willing participant as
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Buried Worlds with Don Wildman, the host formerly of the long-running hit series Mysteries at the Museum and Beyond the Unknown, takes his thirst for adventure into new territory to explore mankind’s darkest mysteries in his new series that kicks off this coming Monday, June 8. TV Show Ace has an exclusive for the premiere
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The next Deadliest Catch this Tuesday covers the tragedy of the F/V Scandies Rose. Summer Bay Captain Wild Bill Wichrowski is at the center of this episode as his naval background and knowledge of the crew is central to the story telling. It is also his personal relationship with the captain of the Scandies Rose
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Tiger King for Netflix was a phenomenon not seen on television in a long time. During the height of the stay at home orders, Americans were glued to this crazy tale of roadside zoo entrepreneur Joe Exotic that was enhanced with the recollections of TV producer Rick Kirkham. Kirkham was living at the Oklahoma roadside
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