Dianna Cohen
Social Media Director Dianna Cohen has experience working at Into the Gloss, Valentino, Philip Crangi, and Thakoon. She spent her time consulting with tech startups and digital publishing platforms on social media strategy and community growth before coming to Beyond the Row.

When she's not at BtR or tweeting, you can find her at the Comedy Cellar, eating ramen in the East Village, or shopping online (#guilty).

  • MUST SEE: 'Homeland' Season 3 Trailer Is So Good It Doesn't Need Words
    By: Dianna Cohen Aug 09, 2013
    Well, that many words... The Homeland season 3 trailer was just released and we couldn't be more excited to see Carrie and all her wonderful crazy back in action this fall. The trailer really says it all with saying very little. (Cinematic Orchestra's "To Build a Home" may have been the perfect song choice, too). Enjoy: More: Homeland Season 3 Damien Lewis Thinks Brody Won't Survive Homeland Producer Passes Away 2013 Emmy Noms: The Full List Follow @Hollywood_com // From Our PartnersStars Pose Naked for 'Allure' (Celebuzz)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • 'The O.C.' Turns 10! We're Celebrating with Our Picks for Its Best Musical Moments
    By: Dianna Cohen Aug 05, 2013
    In honor of the 10th annivesary of one of the greatest teen TV shows ever created (thank you, Josh Schwartz), we're taking a moment to remember one of the most unqiue and memorable parts about The O.C. — the music.  Call us nostalgic, but we often find ourselves listening to the "O.C. Mixes" today... It may be 2013, but these now classic tunes will always bring back the best memories of Ryan, Marissa, Seth, and Summer. Phantom Planet, "California" - Opening Credits Alexi Murdoch, "Orange Sky" - Season 1, Episode 11  Nada Surf, "If You Leave" - Season 1, Episode 21 Imogen Heap, "Hide & Seek" - Season 2, Episode 24 Youth Group, "Forever Young" - Season 3, Episode 4 Finley Quaye, "Dice" - Season 1, Episode 14 Brian Adams, "Wonderwall" Season 1, Episode 19 (our personal favorite....) More: ‘Firefly’ Celebrates 10 Years Yep, a ‘Full House’ 25th Anniversary Reunion Happened From Our PartnersStars Pose Naked for 'Allure' (Celebuzz)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • Judges on 'The Voice' Don't Know How to Sit in Chairs
    By: Dianna Cohen Jun 18, 2013
    Oh, how The Voice has changed over the course of four seasons. We’ve watched as Adam Levine somehow got hotter, Blake Shelton's drinking increased to worrisome proportions, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera (temporarily) got the boot, Usher stripped down, and Shakira made a comeback (man, this show has too many judges!). But through it all, one thing has remaind the same: we continue to be fascinated with the judges and their every move. Moves which often gloriously, awkwardly involve those giant red chairs. For whatever reason — be it lack of deportment lessons as children or adult-onset ADHD — The Voice judges can't seem to sit still in their chairs. They're always squirming and shifting, fidgeting and posing. Do you think putting your foot on the chair and casually leaning on your elbow makes you look cool, Usher? Oh wait, you totally do.  Let's examine the evidence that has led us to believe that The Voice judges simply don't understand how chairs work.Exhibit A: The Promo PhotosAdam chose to adopt the ever-popular casual lounge pose. Leg up, leaning back, staring off into the distance, probably thinking about what part of his body he's going to tattoo next — doesn't he just look so cool? No. He looks uncomfortable. Usher smizes to spice things up. Too bad this look is starting to border on creepy. Shoulders back, young lady! Someone should tell Shakira that slouching is bad for her spine.  Here, Blake gives us his best creepy-drunk-uncle-with-a-dash-of-loveable-country-Santa impression while he props himself up with his right arm. This photo says "I pulled a hamstring," not "I'm a rock star." Exhibit B: The Broadcast Shakira copies Usher's cool leg pose. Double fail. Adam wins the award for best slouching with this one. With that devilish, excited smile and no neck or torso in sight, he could easily be mistaken for a runaway kindergartener (who probably knows more about chair etiquette than he does).  At one point, Adam just gives up entirely. We put our heads down in a show of shame solidarity, hoping that the judges will one day figure out how to properly sit in a chair.  While we love the judges for all their quips and quirks, the above evidence proves that they all try a bit too hard to look cool — and more often than not, the result is an awkward disaster. To all The Voice judges: during tonight's finale, stop trying so hard! Remember your grandmother's advice and just sit up straight.  Tune in to The Voice tonight at 8/7c on NBC to watch the judges endearingly make fools of themselves. Follow on Twitter @Hollywood_com More: Christina Aguilera is Returning to 'The Voice'  'The Voice' Addresses Voting 'Inconsistencies' Did Usher And Shakira Spell Ratings Success For 'The Voice'?  From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)