Oriana Schwindt

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Oriana Schwindt is TV News Editor at Variety. She formerly covered television for the International Business Times.

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In our final episode of 2016, The Spin-off crew reflects on the year that was in television, and discusses the decision of ABC, NBC and CBS to skip out on the executive panels in the…

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