Drew Grant

Writer, Editor, Videodrew

New York/Los Angeles

Drew Grant

A woman with a man's name and a penchant for movie trivia contests.


Darkly sardonic geek girls

A terrible stereotype has infected our romantic comedies like a self-replicating virus. Link to Story

'Better Call Saul' Season 4 Finale Recap: Winner Takes All

For a moment, even we believed this was Jimmy talking.
Forbes Link to Story

‘Die Hard’ Isn’t Just the Best Christmas Movie, It’s the Most American

This Christmas, like many before it, you’ll have your choice of Die Hard think pieces. Link to Story

In Defense of Ramsay Bolton, the Best Character on ‘Game of Thrones’*

I love Ramsay Bolton, and I only slightly care who knows it.
The New York Observer Link to Story

Time to end the Insane Clown Posse’s festival

The annual Gathering of the Juggalos, the four-day festival put on by the record label of the horrorcore Detroit group the Insane Clown Posse, has gotten out of control. Link to Story

The fascinating contradictions of Bill Plympton

Bill Plympton may very well be the godfather of adult cartoons and comics. Link to Story

The Sickos on the Sofa: Law & Order: SVU’s 13 Years of Bringing Sex Crimes to Prime Time

“SVU shows a universe that people prefer over the reality of rape and sexual violence."
The New York Observer Link to Story

To Slur, With Love: ‘Ironic Racism’ is More Than Just Taki

Asked if he considered himself racist, Mr. Theodoracopulos shrugged. “It was very bad taste, but blacks make fun of us, why can’t we make fun of them?”
The New York Observer Link to Story

‘Get Out’ Shares Plot Twist With This ’90s Cult Film…And No One Is Talking About It

The two movies hinged on a very similar narrative device.
The New York Observer Link to Story

When did movie monsters get so sexy?

It may have started with King Kong: the image of that giant beast holding Fay Wray. Link to Story

The 2018 Alternative Emmys

Last night’s 70th annual Emmy Awards last night were unsurprisingly tepid.
Book and Film Globe Link to Story

No Touching! The Problem With Looking Isn’t Just How Boring It Is

No one has a right to be that uninteresting on TV outside of a Ken Burns documentary
The New York Observer Link to Story


Drew Grant


My name is Drew Grant, and everything you've heard about me is a lie. Sure I was the founder of The New York Observer's successful television vertical, tvdownload, as well as the Arts & Entertainment editor of the publication, but reports of me losing our ASME Awards in an unlicensed Queens poker room are greatly exaggerated.

And while I am known for the breadth of my pop culture expertise, leading to appearances at Comic-Con, New York Television Festival, WGA panels and an episode of Law & Order: SVU, I have never been approached by an administration–past or present– requesting that I become the first American Ambassador of Global Streaming Content.

Yes, I have produced leading content for outlets such as Forbes, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, The A.V. Club, McSweeney's, Salon and many others; however 'Powerblogger' is no longer an acceptable substitution for my preferred 'Ms.' prefix.

While I do pride myself on scouting and editing incredible talent– having worked with over 120+ writers thanks to the freelancer contributor models I've implemented at The Observer and as Managing Editor of RealClearLife–the speculation that I secretly funded any J-school incubators as a way to guarantee 'first-dibs' on the next generation of incoming journalists is fake news.

In summary, don't believe everything you read about Drew Grant, except for the part where she is an experienced writer and editor, specializing in entertainment, pop culture, arts, lifestyle and journalism.

I currently live on Earth, where I am always looking for ways to transform the media landscape.



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