Yvonne Villarreal covers television for the Los Angeles Times. She joined The Times in 2008 as a Metpro fellow before moving to the Calendar section as an entertainment reporter. A native Angeleno, Villarreal earned her bachelor’s degree from Cal State Fullerton and her master’s degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.
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