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.
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie’s Wedding Might Delay ‘Game of Thrones,’ and We Are Now Dead
We all felt queasy with Game of Thrones’ latest love scene, and not just for the incest. There’s also the matter of Kit Harington’s real-life fiancée Rose Leslie (RIP, Ygritte), but true love wins: Game of Thrones will shut down Season 8 production so the whole cast can cel…
Scully Takes the Spotlight in First ‘X-Files’ Season 11 Trailer
The X-Files are officially re-opened … uh, again. See for yourself, as our second revival answers the big question of Mulder’s fate (and raises all new ones) with a first full trailer for Season 11’s 2018 premiere.
‘Walking Dead’ Officially Crossing Over With ‘Fear The Walking Dead’
Walking Dead and Fear bosses have been asked repeatedly for a crossover, no matter how little sense it makes, and producers are finally sick of it. Robert Kirkman confirms the two series will at last establish a curious connection in the coming seasons.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 May Have Confirmed 2019 Premiere
HBO will confirm few details of the eighth and final Game of Thrones season; perhaps least of all whether we’ll wait until 2019 to see it. That said, star Liam Cunningham may have guaranteed the fantasy blockbuster will sit out 2018 with an update on production.
The Ghostbusters Meet Michael Myers in First ‘Stranger Things 2’ Clip
I don’t want to startle you, but Netflix’s Stranger Things likes ‘80s nostalgia. It sounds crazy, but less so when you check out a first clip from Season 2, as the boys and their Ghostbusters costumes run afoul of a famous Halloween killer with a surprising secret identity.
‘Game of Thrones’ Final Season Will Be All Ninth Episodes, Says Star
Game of Thrones’ TV budget has taken its toll here and there, but few would question Season 8’s dedication to an epic end. As such, one star promises Game of Thrones will uphold its traditional commitment to climactic ninth episodes at least six times over.
Gal Gadot Gets the ‘Wonder Woman’ Entrance in First ‘SNL’ Promos
We knew Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot would bring the SNL house down; just not literally. The real-life Amazon princess makes an explosive entrance in her first official SNL promo for Season 43’s second outing.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Announces Breast Cancer Diagnosis on Twitter
The fight is just beginning for one of Hollywood’s most revered comediennes. Veep and Seinfeld favorite Julia Louis-Dreyfus took the courageous step of announcing her own breast cancer diagnosis over Twitter, pivoting the discussion to healthcare as HBO answers questions about Veep’s f…
‘Gilmore Girls’ Creators Making Time for Another Netflix Revival
The prospect of more Gilmore Girls got dimmer with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino signing onto new Amazon series, but some contractual fine print brings good news. A deliberate loophole could finally answer Rory’s big mystery with another season in the near future.
‘SNL’ Season 43 Adds Three New Cast Members, Seven (!) New Writers
We knew changes were coming to SNL Season 43 after the departures of Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan and Sasheer Zamata, but these additions are real buzzer-beaters. Ahead of Saturday’s premiere, SNL welcomes Heidi Gardner, Luke Null and Chris Redd to the series, with more than double as many w…
Taylor Kitsch and Michael Shannon Face Off in First ‘Waco’ Series Trailer
TV cults are in full swing these days, and Friday Night Lights star Taylor Kitsch leads one of their most infamous in a new trailer. Journey to Waco, as a first trailer for the six-part Paramount series introduces us to a star-studded cast of Kitsch, Michael Shannon, Melissa Benoist and more.
CBS ‘Kevin Can Wait’ Spent Fifteen Seconds Killing Off Erinn Hayes’ Donna
Sitcoms don’t have the most graceful history of handling turnover among cast (Two and a Half Men, anyone?), and CBS’ Kevin Can Wait has added one for the books. Watch how they handled the departure of Erinn Hayes as Kevin’s wife Donna … in less than twenty seconds.