The Immortal Kevin Fitzpatrick was born and raised in New York City, and that doesn't make sense. Kevin wears many hats, including actor, editor, and writer, but never yellow. The best things in life are Back to the Future, beets, Firefly and The Venture Bros. When not picking apart the minutia of pop culture in film and TV, Kevin can usually be found RIGHT BEHIND YOU.
‘Star Wars’ Live-Action TV Series, New Marvel Set for Disney Streaming in 2019
Boy, that Disney really knows how to break the internet. In addition to news of Rian Johnson planning a brand-new Star Wars trilogy, so too is Disney finally pulling the trigger on a live-action Star Wars TV series for its upcoming streaming service. Plus – is Marvel headed away from Netflix?
It’s Official: Garth Ennis’ ‘The Boys’ Ordered at Amazon With Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are officially returning to the pages of Garth Ennis. The Preacher creator’s superhero satire The Boys is officially ordered to series on Amazon, with a 2019 premiere already in mind.
‘Stranger Things’ Almost Killed Off Season 2’s Most Crucial Character
Once upon a time, Stranger Things played coy with a potential second season, leading us to wonder if the breakout Netflix drama might reboot after one year. That plan obviously fell through, but the Duffer brothers now reveal a modified Season 1 finale that was much more heartbreaking than we first …
A ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV Series Is in Development With Amazon
Well, we knew Amazon was looking for its own Game of Thrones; we just didn’t think they’d aim this high. A full-scale Lord of the Rings TV series is in development at Warner Bros., with Amazon leading the pack in an understandably competitive bid.
‘House of Cards’ Season 6 Likely to Kill Off Kevin Spacey’s Frank
All week long we’ve seen House of Cards continually crumble under allegations against Kevin Spacey, but is there hope yet for the final season? A new report suggests producers are looking into continuing the series around Robin Wright‘s Claire Underwood, albeit after a very frank exit.
Woody Harrelson Just Killed Your ‘True Detective’ Reunion Dreams
We don’t know if True Detective can make Season 3 work, let alone start revisiting past characters, but one hope for a Rust and Marty reunion may be dashed. Woody Harrelson isn’t interested in any kind of return to HBO’s True Detective, even if his partner says otherwise.
A Surprise ‘Westworld’ Return May Have Huge Season 2 Implications
The nature of Westworld’s time-turning twist made it unlikely certain Season 1 characters would return, but prepare for a blast from the past. A dangling thread from the finale may yet be resolved in Season 2, now that at least one major character is returning.
‘Twilight Zone’ Reboot From Jordan Peele Coming to CBS All Access
It looks like Star Trek isn’t the only sci-fi icon finding new life on CBS All Access. Network heads confirm that a Twilight Zone reboot is in development for the streaming branch, as produced by Get Out director and Key & Peele favorite Jordan Peele.
‘Stranger Things 2’ Cut Epilogue Scenes That Set Up Season 3
We were perfectly content with Stranger Things 2 leaving Eleven and co. on a happy Snow Ball, save one looming shot of the threat to come. The second season finale almost went much further, however, before creators vetoed several epilogues for Season 3.
‘SNL’ Sets Tiffany Haddish, Eminem and More for November Episodes
Now that David Pumpkins’ animated Halloween special is behind us, SNL is looking forward to November. Two more hosts have joined the coming weeks alongside Larry David, including a Girls Trip favorite, a promotion for Chance The Rapper and more.
‘Stranger Things’ Is Getting Its Very Own ‘Sesame Street’ Parody
The TV world is understandably a bit Upside Down with the release of Stranger Things 2, so leave it to Sesame Street to be polite with its latest parody. Oscar, Grover, Ernie and the gang will all pull off their own Stranger Things, as announced in a new teaser for Thanksgiving.
Netflix Breakout ‘American Vandal’ Is Coming Back for Season 2 in 2018
On the eve of Netflix returning 2016’s sleeper hit for a second season, the streaming site’s other surprise smash has its own future in mind. Docu-spoof American Vandal is heading to private school, as Netflix confirms Season 2 will arrive in 2018 with an all-new crime.