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Crystal MacKenzie was born and raised in beautiful Orange County. Her parents and brother worked hard to foster her creative nature by attending school plays, and proofreading countless opinion pieces of works of literature and films. Being a creative liberal, she went to UC Berkeley to pursue a formal education in Film Studies while interning at Warner Bros., ESPN, and other entertainment outlets. In 2008, she graduated from Cal and went to work for Monster Cable marking lifestyle consumer electronics, and loved it. After two and half exciting years with Monster Cable, she moved over to Playstation to continue her career in marketing. Despite the rapid advancement of her corporate career, she remains an avid film enthusiast, reading a number of books and articles on the subject and seeing as many movies as possible.

What to Watch This Summer

So You Think You Can Dance

Fox, Thursdays, 8/7c; returns May 26

We all know what this show is about- need I say more?

True Blood

Courtesy of IMDB.com

HBO, Sundays, 9 ET/PT; returns June 26

This series based on Charlaine Harris’s Southern Vampire novels is back for its highly anticipated fourth season staring Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.


FX, Thursdays, 10 ET/PT; premieres June 23

This U.S. version of an Australian hit stars Elijah Wood as Ryan, a depressed homebody who bonds with his neighbor’s dog, Wilfred. But where everyone else sees Wilfred as a dog, Ryan sees him as a man in a dog suit (played by Jason Gann the creator of the show).

Falling Skies

TNT, Sundays, 10 ET/PT; premieres June 19

Created by Steven Spielberg and Robert Rodat, who wrote Saving Private Ryan, Falling Skies is an epic story as Noah Wylie and Moon Bloodgood lead a group of resistance fighters against alien invaders.

White Collar

USA, Tuesdays, 9 ET/PT; returns June 7

Changes are clearly in store for Matt Bomer‘s super-thief: The man who killed the love of his life is dead, and he has inherited a sub-full of Nazi treasure that has already strained his relationship with Tim DeKay‘s FBI agent.


Rescue Me

FX, Tuesdays, 10 ET/PT; returns July 12

If you haven’t been watching this cult hit on FX it’s time to add it to your Netflix queue. In its final season we get to see if Tommy Gavin (Denis Leary) can overcome his demons and achieve redemption.


Breaking BadCourtesy of IMDB.com

AMC, Sundays, 10 ET/PT; returns July 17

Delayed from its usual midseason perch, this searing study of desperation follows the increasingly crimin
al activities of two small-time and unlikely drug lords, played by Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.


The Closer

TNT, Mondays, 9 ET/PT; returns July 11

I’m so sad to see Brenda Leigh Johnson (played by Kyra Sedgwick) and the team go but I can’t wait to see what new cases Major Crimes and their new Chief of Police will face this year.


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