Stacey Grant

Pop Culture Writer

New York, New York

Stacey Grant

Passionate nostalgia writer with a modern twist.



Nathan Kress Is Grown Up And Married (But Still Ships Creddie, Too)

Nathan Kress was only 14 years old when he started filming the hit Nickelodeon show "iCarly." Soon, he became a household name, with his character Freddie Benson stuck in the midst of an internet ship war amongst fans. And even though the show ended a little over three years ago, fans still haven't slowed down with "Creddie" (Carly & Freddie) and "Seddie" (Sam & Freddie) shipping. Link to Story

Disney Star Ross Lynch On The Challenge Of Playing A Young Jeffrey Dahmer

Transitioning from Disney Channel heartthrob to darker, more mature roles is no easy task, but Ross Lynch makes it look effortless. For years, fans have known Lynch as Austin Moon on Austin & Ally and Brady in Teen Beach Movie, but he'll soon be known as one of history's most vile characters: Jeffrey Dahmer. Link to Story

Phil of the Future's Raviv Ullman Talks Pheely, Reunions, and That Cliffhanger Finale

After waiting for what feels like a century, Disney Channel is finally making Phil of the Future, a show about a family time traveling from the year 2121 who get stuck in present day, available for streaming, thanks to Disney Plus. Phil of the Future turned Raviv Ullman, who then went by Ricky, into a household name overnight.
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These Disney Channel and "Goosebumps" Mashups Are A Dream Come True

Two of the greatest franchises ever began in the '90s: R.L. Stine's Goosebumps book series and Disney Channel Original Movies (aka DCOMs). Both are beloved by millennials and Gen Z alike, but what would happen if the two worlds collided? We mashed up some of your favorite DCOMs with Goosebumps books because we are living in a nostalgic age and it's just something that needed to be done.
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After 10 Long Years, I've Finally Accepted My OCD

Hi, my name is Stacey Grant. I'm turning 24 years old this October and was diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder when I was 14. It's been brought to my attention this week is National Suicide Prevention Week, and I'd like to share my story with you about a mental disorder that seems to get put on the backburner. Link to Story

20 Shocking Moments That Were Cut from Your Favorite Disney & Nickelodeon Shows

Hello, it's me. Your friendly neighborhood nostalgia fanatic who's back with more fun Disney Channel original deleted scenes and Nickelodeon behind-the-scenes secrets for your reading pleasure. (If you haven't read my DCOM secrets article yet, you should get on that. It's pretty fascinating... but I'm biased.)
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Here's What It Actually Takes to Be a Nickelodeon Star, According to Nickelodeon Stars

Growing up in the '90s, I always wanted to be a Nickelodeon star. Real kids like me were making people laugh on All That and trying to win both Toys "R" Us Geoffrey Dollars and Nintendo 64s on Figure It Out — and I wanted to be a part of it. Alas, that dream died like Nickelodeon Studios in Florida.
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Corey Fogelmanis Is Stepping into a New Era of His Career, Post Girl Meets World

Fans of Corey Fogelmanis grew up watching him as the adorkable Farkle Minkus on Girl Meets World, the spin-off of Boy Meets World. But since the Disney Channel series ended two years ago, Corey expanded his acting chops. And he's damn good at it. In May 2019, Corey starred alongside Oscar winner Octavia Spencer in the horror film Ma, a project that was a major contrast from the fun Disney show that turned him into a household name.
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The Women Of Bridge To Terabithia Reflect On The Film’s Magic 10 Years Later

In 1977, Katherine Paterson wrote a book called Bridge to Terabithia to help her 8-year-old son, David, cope with losing his best friend after she was struck and killed by lightning. Fast-forward 30 years, and David adapted his mom's novel for the big screen, writing the script and signing on as a producer. Link to Story

Boy Meets World’s Shawn And Angela Were Never Meant To Be Cory And Topanga

Warning: There are spoilers for the Girl Meets World episode "Girl Meets Upstate" below. Shawn Hunter and Angela Moore were America’s TV sweethearts in the late ’90s — after Cory and Topanga, of course. The Boy Meets World lovebirds first became a couple on the Season 5 episode "Chasing Angela" and were on-again, off-again for the rest of the series. Link to Story

Why You’re Still Not Over The Ending Of ‘The Mist’

On Nov. 21, 2007, a supernatural horror film premiered that involved a bunch of people trapped in a supermarket while an ominous mist blocked their escape. Based on the 1984 novella by Stephen King, "The Mist" raked in over $25 million domestically, and over $57 million worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo. Link to Story

23 Surprising DCOM Secrets Even Die-Hard Fans Didn't Know

Disney Channel Original Movies feel like they've been around since the dawn of time, but it's actually only been 20 years. Yep, you read that correctly. On October 25, 1997, Under Wraps premiered on Disney Channel, and the future of TV movies was forever changed. Though technically, Northern Lights was the first DCOM, but now Disney claims Under Wraps is the inaugural film.
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Stacey Grant

"If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don’t feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth."

While I can't sum up my life better than Holden Caulfield can, I will tell you I'm currently the Snapchat Editor for Seventeen's Discover channel, overseeing our design and animation team. I also write articles for the company's website and help with video shoots.

I've been an entertainment writer and reporter for MTV News, Seventeen, BuzzFeed, TV Guide, POPSUGAR, HTZ Apps, and Lone Star Film Society. I also regularly wrote for MTV's Snapchat Discover channel.

Currently, I oversee Seventeen's Snapchat Discover channel, where we put out 7 editions a week.

Moreover, I've interviewed myriad of celebs via in-person, phone, and email, and have maintained numerous connections with both talent and publicists. I've also had training with different content management systems, social media, GIF making, and Photoshop.

I'm the author of "Hey Arnold! Guide to Relationships" from DK Publishing, in a partnership with Nickelodeon. The humor book was published October 2018, and I signed copies of it at New York Comic Con.

If you can handle more fun facts, I worked at Time Inc. as a digital media intern, coordinating with several of the brands to produce content for the company's then-partnership with the app Trivia Crack.

--Headshot by Andrew Zuber--



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