Sandra Gonzalez

CNN Entertainment / CNN Money

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Sandra Gonzalez is a writer, covering entertainment for CNN Entertainment and CNN Money.

She is a former TV reporter for Mashable and staff writer for Entertainment Weekly.

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People in the industry always joke about Netflix taking over. With Netflix adding more and more kinds of shows, plus movies, have those jokes officially turned to real fear?

Netflix domination, Emmys overload, and another writers' strike?

People in the industry always joke about Netflix taking over. With Netflix adding more and more kinds of shows, plus movies, have those jokes officially turned to real fear?

from The Spin-off

Why are viewers flirting with new shows but failing to commit? Then, we talk about the media's role, or not, in Donald Trump's rise from reality star to presidential front-runner.

New Shows Losing Viewers Faster & the Media and Trump

Why are viewers flirting with new shows but failing to commit? Then, we talk about the media's role, or not, in Donald Trump's rise from reality star to presidential front-runner.

from The Spin-off

Brian Williams and his hazy memory have taken over Twitter, but is the debacle really the biggest problem in network news right now?

Brian Williams, 'Empire' Soars, What Makes a Good Spin-off?

Brian Williams and his hazy memory have taken over Twitter, but is the debacle really the biggest problem in network news right now?

from The Spin-off

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