We get it. You love television.
We do, too!
And while we're honored enough to write for you all the time, many of you impress us every day with your thoughtful insights about the shows you watch.
Once upon a time, a long, long, time ago, I was a TV fanatic of a different sort.
Before TV Fanatic was even born, I was scouring the internet for my favorite places to talk about the shows I loved.
At one of those places, my passion led to the site owners calling me up from the minor leagues to write a guest post about something I couldn't stop talking about in the comments.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
Once you get the bug, it's hard to tame the impulse to shout your opinions to the masses.
But, geez. It's a lot of work to get a blog started and to keep it up and running, you know what I mean?
Commenting elsewhere can sometimes ease your considerable pain to be heard, but other times, well, it feels like a drop in the bucket compared to the ocean of you'd like to fill with your ideas.
What I'd like to do right now is call on each of you who is equally as enthusiastic to consider writing a guest post for TV Fanatic.
I'll even do all of the hard work for you.
Reach out to me directly at Carissa@TVFanatic.com, and let me know what knocks your socks off of late. Send me your pitch.
We can work together to streamline it, if necessary, and you can write it on your own.
When it's ready, email it to me, and I'll format, add photos, and schedule accordingly.
Of course, if you have pictures or gifs you'd like to include, you can send them along, and I'll incorporate however you like.
And no, this isn't for advertisers who want us to promote their gambling site or hawk financial planning services. This is for those of you who have the bug nipping at your behind so much so that your comments are almost like dissertations in themselves.
You know what you want to say, and you deserve the audience to share your thoughts.
Of course, you'll get the credit, and your name will be in the spotlight, at least temporarily.
And if you can't permanently scratch that itch with guest commentary, maybe you'll discover that joining the team is an exciting prospect.
So, what do you say?
Are you bursting at the seams with thoughts about your favorite shows?
Does your cup runneth over when your buttons get pushed on one of entertainment's hot topics?
Let our holiday gift to you be the opportunity to be seen on a broader scale than your singular comments an ever provide.
Again, email me at Carissa@TVFanatic.com, and let's do this!
Carissa Pavlica is the managing editor and a staff writer for TV Fanatic. She's a member of the Critic's Choice Association, enjoys mentoring writers, cats, and passionately discussing the nuances of television and film. Follow her on Twitter and email her here at TV Fanatic.