Kayla Hawkins
Kayla Hawkins is a TV writer for Bustle and The Tracking Board, a gray sweatshirt enthusiast, and a recent TV writing graduate from NYU. She misses bagels and really thinks you should watch Bob's Burgers.

Latest Articles

Lena's Scientist Ex Will Wreak Havoc On 'Supergirl'

Supergirl is back from a brief time away, and the show is going to be adding a new guest star for the April 24 episode, "Ace Reporter." Jack Spheer is played by iZombie actor Rahul Kohli and is descri...
By Kayla Hawkins

Jim's Uncle Has Some Powerful Friends On 'Gotham'

Gotham is returning from a lengthy hiatus on April 24. And the audience will hopefully get some answers about the Court Of Owls mystery that's been building since the show started dropping hints about...
By Kayla Hawkins

How Joan Crawford Took Beauty To The Extreme

Plastic surgery may seem like a modern invention, but beauty-enhancing surgical procedures date back to Old Hollywood. And in its finale, Feud suggests that Joan Crawford, established as particularly ...
By Kayla Hawkins

'The Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Support Sheree At The Season 9 Reunion

One of the most emotional moments on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 9 was when Housewife Shereé Whitfield alleged that her husband, Bob, abused her. Bob confirmed that he had said the things th...
By Kayla Hawkins

Does Kenya Moore Have A New Boyfriend? The 'RHOA' Star Is Dropping Hints

Is Kenya Moore still provocative? She sure loves to get underneath her costars' skins, but she does have a limited number of tactics that she likes to use, and one of her favorites is a season-long re...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Feud' Season 2 Is Already A Go

Feud: Bette and Joan is wrapping up its season on Apr. 23, and it's yet another example of Ryan Murphy's TV-making genius, distilling years of classic Hollywood history into eight episodes of hairspra...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Mary Kills People' Isn't The Show You Think It Is

Usually, serial killers are portrayed on television as complete monsters, even if they're so charming you can't help but watch them, but new series Mary Kills People is taking a different angle on the...
By Kayla Hawkins

'The Pop Game' Stars Are Rising Talents

A group of aspiring musicians competing in hopes of becoming the next big pop music sensation: 10 years ago, there were dozens of series with this exact premise. Now, there's one big one left — The Vo...
By Kayla Hawkins

Lifetime's 'The Other Mother' Will Feel Familiar

If you're a fan of Lifetime movies, you've probably noticed that the network has been celebrating Mother's Day surprisingly early, with lots of movie premieres about times when being a mom goes wrong,...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On' Season 2 Isn't Confirmed

The first season of Netflix's Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On aims to explain how and why the porn industry takes advantage of young women in order to provide inexpensive online content. It's a frequently...
By Kayla Hawkins

A 'Catfish' Pair Deals With The Fallout From Their Love Triangle

From the beginning, Season 6's Kailani was nothing like the typical Catfish subject. She breaks all the rules, and that makes for a very different episode of Catfish than usual, right down to the way ...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Fargo' Embarks On Another Ambitious Story

Even though spring is just beginning, already 2017 has seen some fantastic television, from brand new shows to returning series that have reached new creative heights. I hope Fargo Season 3, which pre...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Trial & Error' Would Follow A New Case In Season 2

There's a lot to like about NBC's Trial & Error, which takes the murder mystery to a totally new format: the sitcom. And, since the whole series is built around a single, central mystery, if Trial & E...
By Kayla Hawkins

How 'Dawson's Creek' Inspired 'Famous In Love'

Freeform's Famous in Love imagines a version of Hollywood where the drama between the actors is at least as interesting as what winds up onscreen. The new drama premieres on April 18 and follows an in...
By Kayla Hawkins

'24: Legacy' May Not Live To See Another Day

The post-9/11 drama 24 synthesized Kiefer Sutherland's steely acting abilities and Americans' heightened anxiety about terrorism into a popular drama about Jack Bauer, a hero who fought off dozens of ...
By Kayla Hawkins

Old Conflicts Arise Again On The 'RHOA' Reunion Part One

Real Housewives of Atlanta finales often are filled with iconic moments, but the first installment hasn't seen too many of those barn burning lines, wig yanks, or shady comments, and this opening chap...
By Kayla Hawkins

Porsha Manages Her Anger On The 'RHOA' Reunion

The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion will be four parts, so there should be plenty of tea spilled, but as always, Housewives reunions start slow, and this one was particularly slow. However, let's g...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Guerrilla's Marcus Hill Has Ties To Real Activism

Showtime's new dramatic miniseries Guerrilla is stepping back in time to 1971 in order to examine the struggles of the Black Power movement through an ensemble led by Babou Ceesay as Marcus, a young m...
By Kayla Hawkins

This One Thing About Hannah's Pregnancy On 'Girls' Is A Missed Opportunity

With Girls on the way to its series finale, there's only so much time left for the show to be a lightening rod. Hannah Horvath's pregnancy was a surprising part of Girls' final season, but the same wa...
By Kayla Hawkins

'Guerrilla' Won't Take Long To Tell A Powerful Story

The go-to format for a great story right now is TV, and a short season on cable is as prestigious as any Oscar-worthy drama. Showtime's latest addition into the prestige TV category is Guerrilla, a se...
By Kayla Hawkins