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Irina Curovic is a freelance writer in love with TV shows, movies, anime, books, and music, in no particular order. She’s somehow had the immense fortune to find a job that actually allows her to spend her days thinking, talking, and writing about the things she loves so much and it’s been an awesome experience. When she’s not working on articles for CBR and Screen Rant, this nerdy alien can usually be found glued to the TV screen with the latest episodes of her favorite shows, re-watching an all-time favorite, playing mediocre guitar, or curled up with a book. If you’d like to reach out to Irina, you can find her on social media @irinacurovic
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