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), Hollywood Critics Association (HCA), Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) and Critics' Choice Awards - Film and Television (CCA). Neale writes for the Idaho Press-Tribune, IdaHome Magazine, Boise Weekly, MSN, Yahoo and other entertainment sites.
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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The star of Discovery Channel’s reality show Bering Sea Gold, Emily Riedel, is a fetching and fierce gold miner with an accomplished academic background, studying to be an opera singer. Naturally she named her dredge ship, Eroica, an homage to Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3:”Sinfonia Eroica.” A third generation Homer girl, this Alaskan woman
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On Tuesday’s new series Kingdom of the Mummies on National Geographic Channel, TV Shows Ace has the exclusive preview of never seen before footage from a burial complex underground. The new, four-part series Kingdom Of The Mummies is produced for National Geographic by BBC Studios. An academic team explores the subterranean chambers and they open
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On tonight’s heartbreaking edition of Botched, we have a young woman who is beautiful, but is suffering a horrifying medical complication from her breast reduction gone wrong. Her breasts are full of necrotizing flesh that failed to heal after her initial surgery. The Botched result? Her breasts now smell like death. It is up to
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It’s time to get a great lesson in for all budding Egyptologists and archaeologists as Science Channel has a no miss episode of Unearthed tonight. The subject is the mysterious Black Pyramid of Dashur. Parents and homeschoolers should record this Black Pyramid edition of Unearthed for students learning from home during the COVID-19 stay at
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