Aaron Sagers is a TV personality, journalist, author and nerd gone pro. Most recently, he is a host, and Editor At Large for Syfy; a host for Robert Kirkman’s Skybound; and a pop-culture expert for SKY TV’s Best of Sci-Fi movies program. He has been on The Today Show, was Host/Co-Executive Producer on the Travel Channel’s Paranormal Paparazzi (where he remains a Travel Expert) and hosted a Being Human after-show for Syfy. Sagers appeared as the host TLC’s Paranormal Lockdown Evidence Revealed. He worked with HBO as a Game of Thrones expert for morning shows across the nation and filmed a Travels With Dracula travel show in Transylvania (with Bram Stoker’s direct descendant) — which led to him returning to Romania for his Vlad vs. Vlad segments with Luke Evans to support Universal Home Entertainment’s Dracula Untold. He joined TruTV’s Super Into with Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad, and you have seen him turned into a The Walking Dead Walker by effects guru Greg Nicotero. Sagers also hosted on-camera Back to the Future and The Breakfast Club reunions for Universal Home Entertainment, as well as hosted panels and Facebook Lives for Child’s Play/Cult of Chucky premiere events.
You have also seen Sagers as a host, or pop-culture guest across the globe on: Japan’s Fuji TV, Germany’s Bild, Australia’s NewsCorp, UK’s BBC and SKY, Europe’s RTL — and Huffington Post Live, AOL Build, Reelz, Fusion, ABC, NPR, MTV, and CNN in the United States.
He has performed as a guest or host at live events for: Fox, Esquire TV, Focus Features, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel/Destination America, Syfy, and Universal, and at conventions such as San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con, Star Wars Celebration, South By Southwest.
Along with a decade of experience as a journalist and syndicated columnist for MSNBC.com, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, Miami Herald, and more, Sagers has been profiled in The Hollywood Reporter, is author of “Paranormal Pop Culture: Rambling and Shambling Through the Entertainment of the Unexplained” and contributing author to The Psychology of Doctor Who