The TV Watchtower
The TV Watchtower was first founded in June 2009. In the past 9 years, the site has expanded to four regular contributors and guest contributors covering such high profile events as San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con, WonderCon, Los Angeles PaleyFest, as well as exclusive studio set visits — ranging from Nova Scotia to New Orleans (which includes sets in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, Albuquerque, and more) — in addition to covering red carpet events from San Francisco to San Diego and Los Angeles.
It is our goal to provide previews, commentary, interviews, photos, and video coverage from exclusive television and film events, including behind-the-scenes sneak peaks of the hottest and most intriguing entertainment today.
Tiffany Vogt [Owner/Editor-in-Chief]
Hailing from sunny Los Angeles, Tiffany Vogt is the owner and editor-in-chief of TheTVwatchtower (2009 – present). In addition, she is the former senior entertainment reporter and columnist for TheTVaddict.com (2010 – 2014). She also freelances for sites, such as Seat42F.com (2014 – present), ScreenRant.com, TVfanatic.com, and SandwichJohnFilms. She is also a former ambassador for the viral video TV show RightThisMinute.
Tiffany regularly covers events at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills, San Diego Comic-Con, WonderCon, New York Comic-Con and press junkets throughout the United States and Canada. Tiffany is also a member of the Television Critics Association. She also attends the bi-annual Television Critics Association press tour, which hosts the television networks and studios as they present new and returning television and online content to the television press (2010 – present).
Because it takes a many hands to obtain great entertainment news, interviews and photographs, other regular contributors at TheTVwatchtower include:Jennifer Schadel [Entertainment Reporter and Photographer]
Jennifer Schadel is a contributing photographer and entertainment reporter for TheTVwatchtower, TheTVaddict.com (2009 – 2014) and Seat42F.com (2014 – present). She covers events such as San Diego Comic-Con, WonderCon and press junkets and set visits. As a preeminent photographer, her photos have been published by TVGuide and CNN. She also scored a sit down interview with Simon Cowell, which remains one of her career highlights. Samples of Jennifer’s photos may be seen HERE and HERE. She also covered an exclusive set visit for the CW’s dramedy series “Jane the Virgin” and also attended the sets for “The Vampire Diaries,” “The Originals,” the CW’s drama “Containment” and Sony Playstation’s “Powers.”
Genevieve Collins [Entertainment Reporter and Photographer]
Genevieve Collins is a contributing photographer and entertainment reporter for TheTVwatchtower, TheTVaddict.com (2011 – 2014) and Seat42F.com (2014 – present). She covers events such as San Diego Comic-Con, WonderCon and press junkets as needed. Her stunning photos have been showcased throughout the entertainment digital realm and remain one of her proudest accomplishments. She is also an avid “Bones” fan and will happily talk about it for hours on end. Samples of Genevieve’s photos may be seen HERE.
Sarah Stephens [Entertainment Reporter/Journalist]
Sarah Stephens is a contributing entertainment reporter for TheTVwatchtower, Screenrant.com, TheTVaddict.com, TVgoodness.com and Seat42F.com (2014 – present). She covers events such as San Diego Comic-Con, WonderCon and press junkets as needed, as well as covering events at Paley Center in Beverly Hills. Having worked in the entertainment industry for over the past 10 years, she is familiar with all facets of the industry and is one of its biggest cheerleaders. Sarah has attended the sets for Syfy’s drama series “12 Monkeys” and USA Network’s “Suits.”
Additional background information about TheTVwatchtower‘s founder and editor-in-chief, Tiffany Vogt:
Tiffany is the former senior entertainment reporter and columnist for TheTVaddict.com (2010 – 2014). Her articles have been featured by CS Monitor (Culture Cafe) (May 2011 – 2014) and she also occassionally freelances at other sites, including Screenrant.com, Seat42F.com, TVfanatic.com, and SandwichJohnFilms.
Tiffany is also a Paley Center for Media member and regularly attends and reports on events at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills, as well as providing film and television coverage at major conventions such as San Diego Comic-Con, WonderCon, and New York Comic-Con.
In 2015, Tiffany became a published print author when one of her articles “Has the Depiction of Violence Towards Children in Television Crossed the Line?” was published in the college textbook “Always Connected: The Power Of Broadcasting and Social Media” (published by Cognella Academic Publishing, edited by John Mark Dempsey).
As special honor, Tiffany was invited to moderate both the 2011 and 2012 panels for Syfy’s “Haven” at New York Comic-Con. Both panels may be seen in the Season 2 and Season 3 DVD sets for “Haven.”
She was also recently recognized in January 2015 as one of “75 Best Twitter Accounts for TV Fans to Follow”, along with TV critics Emily Nussbaum of The New Yorker, Alan Sepinwall of HitFix, Todd VanDerWerff of Vox, Michael Ausiello of TVline and Jeff Jensen of Entertainment Weekly.
From time to time, you may hear Tiffany making radio appearances, such as with KTRS in St. Louis (The Big 550 / John Carney Show), Fox Sports AM 570 in Los Angeles (appearing on the John Ramos Show), WGN Radio in Chicago and WRHU-FM radio station in New York, or on local podcasts, like with TVTimesThree.
She has also made appearances on CelebBuzz as a film critic and as a video guest on HuffPost Live.
Tiffany is a former contributing writer to Examiner.com, writing the column “Museum of Television and Radio” from 2010 to 2012, NiceGirlsTV, Airlock Alpha (as well as its associated sites Inside Blip, and Rabid Doll).
Photos & Videos
Current TV shows covered here at TheTVwatchtower include, but not limited to as it keeps expanding:
Colony (USA Network)
Dark Matter (Syfy)
Doctor Who (BBC America)
Good Witch (Hallmark)
How To Get Away With Murder (ABC)
Jane the Virgin (CW)
Legends of Tomorrow (CW)
Major Crimes (TNT)
Mr. Robot (USA Network)
Nashville (2012, ABC/CMT)
New Girl (Fox)
Orphan Black (BBC America)
Stitchers (ABC Family)
Suits (USA Network)
The 100 (CW)
The Blacklist (NBC)
The Flash (CW)
The Good Fight (CBS)
The Last Man on Earth (Fox)
The Last Ship (TNT)
The Musketeers (BBC America)
The Night Shift (NBC)
The Originals (CW)
The Profit (CNBC)
The Strain (FX)
The Walking Dead (AMC)
Young & Hungry (ABC Family)
Against the Wall (Lifetime)
Almost Human (Fox)
Being Human (Syfy)
Desperate Housewives (ABC)
Emily Owens, M.D. (CW)
One Tree Hill (CW)
Stargate Universe (Syfy)
The Nine Lives of Chloe King (ABC Family)
The Secret Circle (CW)