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.
Jordan Peele Joins ‘The Hunt’ For Nazis With New TV Series
For Jordan Peele, business is a-boomin’. The former Key & Peele star and Get Out director has lined up his next big TV project; producing a new Nazi-hunter drama set in the 1970s.
Damon Lindelof’s HBO ‘Watchmen’ Gets Pilot Order and More
We’re one step closer to watching the Watchmen. After Leftovers boss Damon Lindelof tipped that a writers room had opened for his new take on the Alan Moore comic, HBO confirms the series has a pilot order, and is already looking beyond.
‘The Punisher’ Gets an Assist From Metallica in First Full Trailer
If you were hoping The Punisher arrived guns-blazing, head-banging and Bernthal-brooding, today’s your day. Marvel’s Netflix spinoff released an action-packed first full trailer, raiding the music library once more to the sweet sounds of Metallica.
Emilia Clarke Goes Blonde (For Real) as ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Gears Up
Gods know when Game of Thrones will return to deliver our final six episodes, but production is nonetheless on the march. Star Emilia Clarke confirms as much with a curious change to Daenerys’ look for the final episodes, so let’s get to speculatin’.
Chappelle, Seinfeld and Netflix Comedians Invade ‘Stranger Things’ in New Ad
As if endless Netflix originals weren’t already frying our brains, we’re starting to see comedians in our favorite shows. Netflix took advantage of its comedy stable to put Dave Chappelle in Stranger Things, while Jerry Seinfeld advises Frank Underwood in a new crossover ad.
2017 Emmys: All the Winners From TV’s Biggest Night
The 2017 Emmys have arrived at last, hosted by master of ceremonies Stephen Colbert. Will The Crown rule the day, or will This Is Us move us all to tears with acceptance speeches? What about The Handmaid's Tale’s first big competition, or all those dark horses? We’ll be updating a…
Netflix Wanted ‘Stranger Things’ 3 and 4 Shot Back-to-Back (Because of Puberty)
There’s good reason child actors rarely hang around genre TV, as cameras capture their growth faster than stories can tell. The Stranger Things kids too will seem noticeably older in Season 2, and Netflix even hoped to shoot the next two seasons back-to-back to avoid that pesky puberty.
Here’s How Bryan Fuller’s ‘Star Trek’ Anthology Series Would Have Worked
It’s safe to say Star Trek: Discovery will end up different from Bryan Fuller’s vision; especially the initial pitch of an AHS-style anthology visiting different eras. Now, Fuller’s replacement Aaron Harberts details how the anthology might have gone, and whether CBS might try a…
‘Rick and Morty’s Insane ‘Terryfold’ Song Actually Made It to Billboard Charts
If it weren’t weird enough watching Rick and Morty inch into reality on our McDonald’s menu, the Billboard chart is certainly a head-turner. The fan-favorite Adult Swim series reached its next bizarre milestone, landing “Terryfold” on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart.
Alexa-Themed ‘South Park’ Premiere Causes Chaos for Fans’ Actual Devices
For every advancement in modern convenience, there must also come obvious flaws. Alexa and Google Home owners may have learned this the hard way with South Park’s Season 21 premiere, as the numerous jokes about Alexa responses naturally set off the devices in viewers’ own homes.
Sean Spicer Came Around on Melissa McCarthy’s ‘SNL’ Impression (And Wants Her Emmy)
Alec Baldwin’s Trump may be back for SNL Season 43, but Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer is another matter. The actress won an Emmy portraying the ousted Press Secretary, who himself now tells Kimmel the bit was at least “kinda funny.” Will she share the gold in return?
‘Black Mirror’ Takes a Shot at Apple’s New iPhone With Familiar ‘Animoji’
The world of Black Mirror seems closer to reality with each passing year, and Apple’s new iPhone X may have just give us our “Waldo Moment.” The dystopian tech anthology took aim at Apple with a parody of yesterday’s big announcements, featuring a familiar blue face.