KSiteTV.com was established by Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne in 2010 following his association with the long-running Smallville fan site KryptonSite, which eventually expanded to spotlight...

KSiteTV.com was established by Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne in 2010 following his association with the long-running Smallville fan site KryptonSite, which eventually expanded to spotlight shows like Heroes, V, and The Vampire Diaries. In just four years, KSiteTV has grown to feature news content about a number of shows, in addition to episode and DVD reviews and recaps and unique interviews with the TV show fan in mind. Ultimately, the goal of KSiteTV is to spread news about TV to encourage people to love the genre as much as we do and expose people to great TV they might not already be seeing.

KSiteTV often attends screenings and press tours and routinely interviews actors and producers from many fan-favorite TV shows.

KSiteTV postings also feed and tie in to discussion at the KSiteTV Forums which currently have over 60,000 members. The KSiteTV Twitter Feed has over 19,000 followers; we can also be found at Facebook.

In addition to his writing online, KSiteTV’s founder and Editor-in-Chief Craig Byrne was the author of five Smallville companion books as well as a visual tie-in for the Dark Knight film. He can be reached here. If you would like to reach out to KSiteTV for purposes of publicity, whether it is to pitch a story or to share a screener, please e-mail us.

We’re currently in the process of adding some new authors to the site. You can find their articles below, with more writers being added to the site over the coming weeks.

Editor-In-Chief: Craig Byrne

Current Staff Writers: Derek B. GayleShilo AdamsMatt Tucker –  Stephanie HallJeff HolbrookIan Gildersleeve


If you have suggestions for KSiteTV, or would like to become a contributor to the site, please feel free to leave comments.

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KSiteTV also has some portals related to individual series which you can find below:

KryptonSite (Smallville) – GreenArrowTV (The CW’s Arrow) – BlackLightningTV (Black Lightning) –  FlashTVNews (The CW’s Flash) – DCLegendsTV (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) – GothamSite (FOX’s Gotham) – XMenTV (The Gifted)

We also host Archie Digest: A Riverdale Podcast, which you can find here.

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    Brad Baker

    Aug 11, 2011 #1 Author

    I’ve been a follower of kryptonsite (and ksitetv.com) for several years now. As smallville has ended I still occasionally visit for the man of steel news and I’m of course looking for shows to replace my smallville addiction.

    I just wanted to suggest that you might want to add Fox’s Fringe as a possible fan site. It has a very x-files like feel and would be right up the alley of many sci-fi fantasy fans.

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    Oct 7, 2011 #2 Author


    Are there any upcoming/current shows your seeking contributor(s) for. I am interested.

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    Audrey Lee

    Nov 11, 2013 #3 Author


    I was wondering if there is a way to submit an article about a canceled show and the movement to bring it back? It is the BBC America show “Copper”. Just trying to get as much exposure out there as possible. Please let me know. Thank you.


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    Jan 16, 2014 #4 Author

    Hey, I have a spoiler I wanted to submit is there someone I can email the info to?

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