Trevor Kimball is the Senior Editor of TVSeriesFinale.com… and doesn’t like talking about himself in the third person. I’ve worked in Los Angeles and the entertainment industry for more than 20 years and have seen a lot of great TV shows come and go. I’ve had the pleasure of working with and spending time with lots of talented people, both behind and in front of the camera. I love television and always have. The site began because, like many, I like closure — both in life and in my television shows. I’m a sucker especially for TV reunions and last episodes. I’ll tune in for either one, even if I rarely watched the series during its run. I don’t collect many things but have a very large collection of series finales, reunions, and revivals. That comes in pretty handy as you might imagine. Conversely, I can’t stand unresolved cliffhangers — Soap, Benson, Reunion, Las Vegas, Tru Calling, etc., etc.. It’s my hope that I’ll be able to get some resolution for the shows that so many viewers have enjoyed right up until the very
Regina Avalos is a 41-year-old writer who lives in Phoenix, Arizona. She became a television junkie at a young age by spending her free hours watching classic shows like The Brady Bunch, Three’s Company and Full House. Today, she enjoys shows like The Vampire Diaries, Chicago Fire, Scandal, and Grey’s Anatomy, and she is upset when networks pull her must-watch shows off the air without giving the fans closure. To this day, she still talks about the cancellation of shows like Fastlane and Dark Angel, and she misses her daily soap fix from As the World Turns. She enjoys sharing her love of television shows with readers, and she has done so by writing for sites like Examiner and The Inquisitr. She now shares the latest on television shows, past and present, with readers of TV Series Finale.
Cindy McLennan grew up north of Boston and has remained within a twenty mile radius, because no one has yet bought her a Hawaiian beach house. After college, she began a career in hospital administration and finance, but soon realized giving birth to three big-headed babies would be far less painful, so that is exactly what she did. In 2007, she did some behind-the-scenes work at Television Without Pity (TWoP). By 2008, she was writing about TV there, for fun and profit. Her recaps are archived at Brilliant But Cancelled, which in retrospect, makes it seem obvious that she was destined to write for TVSeriesFinale.com. She is still bitter that Freaks and Geeks and Veronica Mars were cancelled and may never recover. She is a political news junkie, yet has also watched Days of Our Lives all the days of her life, and General Hospital for most of them.
Jessica Peña is a 25-year-old writer from California who often forgets her social security number but can, for some reason, recall full lines of dialogue from The O.C.