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Got A Scoop?

Got a Confidential scoop for Small Screen?

Have a pretty awesome movie or TV show scoop (DC Films/Marvel Studios/Disney/Star Wars/Netflix/Amazon Prime Video…)? Then you can fill out the submission form below and let us know.

We ensure to keep all submission completely and utterly confidential. We will not share your name nor your email address. They’re actually not even needed to submit a scoop. All we ask is that your scoop tips include some suggestions on how we can obtain the documentation and/or evidence needed to back up the story.

We review our messages regularity, but sometimes we do take a while to respond. But, we always do respond, in time.

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We will not share your information with anybody. It’s called source protection in the UK. In the US they call it reporter’s privilege.