Raised in a small farm town in Washington State, Kristina Guerrero is an Emmy nominee, a published writer, an actor, and a producer. She is known as an internationally recognized pop culture expert having been a host and correspondent on E! News for six years. Behind the camera, Kristina acted as a producer on Eva Longoria's ESPN documentary ¡Go Sebastien Go! and as producer and narrator for the short-form documentary Revolution: The History of the Sports Bra, also from ESPN Films.
Teresa Strasser is an Emmy-winning writer (Comedy Central's Win Ben Stein's Money ), and Emmy-nominated television host (TLC's While You Were Out ). Radio and podcast audiences know her as the co-host of The Adam Carolla Show. She was a field correspondent for Good Day New York, G ood Day Live , and On Air With Ryan Seacrest , and co-hosted How to Get the Guy for ABC. She is a regular guest on Dr. Phil , The Doctors , and CNN's Headline News .
Brian Corsetti is an award-winning writer, producer and on-air personality. Radio audiences know him best from The Opie and Anthony Show and The Ron and Fez Show on WNEW in New York. He has taken on hosting duties for countless shows, outlets and media giants, including Variety , Deadline, Hollywood Life, CNN, E! News, Current TV, Men's Health , ELLE , The CW and American Idol . He was also the host of Garage Mahal , which aired on HGTV and the DIY Network.
Lindsey Granger is a reporter, producer and multimedia journalist with over a decade of experience covering stories across the globe. She was the host of AOL's Buzz60 , and has also performed hosting and reporting duties for ELLE.com, MSNBC, NBC News, Verizon FiOS1 News, REVOLT TV and the DC radio show The Intersection .
For the first dozen years of his career, Jimmy Rhoades was a professional, touring comedian, scoring appearances on Star Search, The MTV Half-Hour Comedy Hour, and Comedy Central. As a broadcaster, Jimmy has won five Michigan Emmy Awards for writing, producing and on-camera hosting. Jimmy was the main on-air host for Fox Movie Channel, moderating live panel discussions, reporting from events, covering junkets, premieres and star-studded after-parties. He did sports play-by-play for the Emmy-winn
An adventure-seeking dad who loves tech, travel and gear, Bradley got his start performing stand-up at his 5 th grade talent show in Knoxville, TN; he killed it. He had a four-year run as the host of AOL's Translogic and created content for men's magazine Gear Patrol , including the web series Behind The Wheel . Bradley is also the writer, producer and creator of That Internet Show and Rap Up The News .