I'm coming fresh out of high school and I'm trying to go on to the next thing in my life, there are things that I want to do, but some things that I have to do: either join the everyday workforce, join a college/university, or U.S. military service - one of three of these things, or sit at home in the dark.
While I'm trying to physically find myself and my place in this what can be at times, cruel world, last year I found myself falling in love with a Teletoon (Canada) original series, Disney Channel shared, "My Babysitter's a Vampire." A series that is often criticized at times, mostly by parents and young people who don't want to give the series a chance. The parents uneasiness for the show is slightly understandable, but the show has a large tween, teen, and young adult audience (a show really for ages 6-11, but people ages 6-36, and older, watch the series), they should embrace this show with open arms. Most Disney Channel original series are "dumbed down" to fit for a younger audience, where the tween/teen viewers are often angry and disappointed in the new original shows: such as A.N.T. Farm, Shake It Up, Austin & Ally, and others - because they star elder teens who often act as if they are goofy, unsupervised-by-parent tweens, mostly for comedic relief.
This blog, "All Things My Babysitter's a Vampire" covers everything having to do with the show: episode information and air dates, my own recaps and reviews of episodes of the series (if I can do them), and behind the scenes video along with promotional video/footage, episode/cast photos and interviews. Along with press releases and information on the show's talented cast and what they are off set.
I know a lot about the show and it's few episodes, but I don’t recall of every single detail of every episode. I don’t often know in advance where or when an episode is being filmed, other than Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I don’t know (and/or won’t tell) where the young stars of the shows live (though at times I bet we all wish we did know). I'm simply a passionate fan of the series, I don't work for any network or publicity firm, so I can't see the status of the show's future.
I consider myself more as an advocate for fans who want information on the past or what's upcoming from the show. This keeps fans like myself from having to go to "Google", when all they have to do is come here. I have a phobia of fanficiton and I can’t promote fanfiction on this blog. I'm willing to read your stories, leave a comment in the comments section or hit me up on Twitter (see below), but I can't post your "fan fic" here, sorry and it wouldn't be fair; if I post one persons, I'd have to post everyone's.
I’m a huge fan of the show and spend a lot of time blogging/tweeting/talking about it, I do however have a real life that revolves around other things besides, My Babysitter's a Vampire. Yes, I'm the typical busy-bee teenager, soon to be young adult, but this young adult will never forget about My Babysitter's a Vampire and it's loyal fans, whom without, this show wouldn't be on TV today!
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