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Graham “Gray” Jones is a reality/lifestyle TV editor and writer located in Toronto, Canada. He has an honors Screenwriting BFA from York University, where he graduated with distinction in 1994, and is a voting member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.


He was the producer and host of "Chuck vs. the Podcast ,” a podcast devoted to NBC’s Chuck, which was co-hosted by Melissa “Mel” Lowery, and Elizabeth “Liz” Henderson, who also run the popular fan sites , , , and .

Gray is proud to put family and spiritual values first, and strives always to produce material that will help people in some way. He supports shows and movies that are family-friendly. In 2009, his “Watch, Buy, Share” idea was the beginning of the renewal campaign for the 3rd season of NBC’s Chuck, that would snowball into a huge fan effort, leading to a successful renewal. His “Send a message that we need family shows” iReport on CNN led to him being chosen as a fan spokesperson to appear on CNN with Chuck stars Zachary Levi and Joshua Gomez. He was also featured in an article in the Toronto Star newspaper, for his work in helping to save Chuck. In 2010, Gray started the “Chuck: Declassified” fan campaign to renew Chuck, which was expanded to include the news-worthy flash mobs. The campaign was a success, ushering in a fourth season for Chuck.

In August, 2010, Gray launched a new “TV Writer Podcast ” in partnership with Script Magazine, which features the first-of-its-kind TV Writer Twitter Database. Each week features an interview with a different TV writer or showrunner.


Chuck vs. the Podcast[]

Beginning in January 2008, "Chuck vs. the Podcast " has had over 75 Chuck cast and crew interviews, including one instalment that featured 16 guests in one webisode ("It's Rally Time"). By the end of season 3 of Chuck, all of the writers, all of the regular cast, the composer, wardrobe designer, and many guest stars had been interviewed... Outside of the Chuck cast & crew, a Warner Bros tour guide, prominent TV critics Mo Ryan and Jace Lacob, a TV ratings expert, and others have also been interviewed.

"Chuck vs. the Podcast" was voted the #1 TV-themed podcast in Podcast Alley's TV & Film category continuously since Dec. 2008, and it is usually in top 50 overall. (Links: Podcast alley voting page and TV & Film category).