The Background: Megan Behnke has been a Freelance TV News Writer at CinemaBlend since 2021. She has worked at multiple entertainment outlets, including as a Writer and Editor at Nerds and Beyond, TV and Movie News Writer at CBR, and a Freelance Writer at TV Fanatic, writing about topics she's passionate about like pop culture. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with a degree in Multimedia Journalism in 2020, writing for the school’s newspaper during her time there. Her expertise in entertainment is mainly in television, but she has written about movies, music, and local events as well.
What They're Into: Megan specializes in television writing, particularly procedurals. 9-1-1 and the Chicago Franchise are currently her favorites, where she can be found obsessively watching the latest episode or coming up with theories. She also loves to listen to music, with Taylor Swift being on the top of her playlist. She isn’t a huge sports person but will occasionally root for the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, and Wisconsin Badgers. As for movies, it’s hard to pick a favorite, but the Marvel Cinematic Universe reigns as her favorite franchise. She used to be a book nerd in grade school, with her favorite genre being fantasy or YA. Her favorite snack is sour cream and onion Pringles, while pizza is her all-time favorite food.
What They're Excited About Right Now: Manifest Season 4 finally coming to Netflix, One Chicago, and Taylor Swift’s upcoming Midnights album, which will be on repeat.
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Law & Order: SVU's Ryan Buggle opens up about filming a violent scene involving his on-screen mother, Mariska Hargitay.
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Dancing with the Stars' Julianne Hough and Alfonso Ribeiro share how they feel about co-hosting the competition for Season 32.
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Harry Styles' mom is opening up about what her superstar son is really like, and it's actually pretty relatable.
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