Joy Press is the television correspondent for Vanity Fair. As a journalist, author and editor, she has been covering TV for more than fifteen years. She served as the chief television critic at The Village Voice, then as entertainment editor of Salon and as an editor at the Los Angeles Times, where in addition to commissioning television and books coverage, she wrote and reported features on the medium. Her writing has appeared in publications including New York, The New York Times, Slate, Vogue, The Cut and The Guardian. She lives in Los Angeles with husband Simon Reynolds and two children.