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.
‘Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman Leaves AMC for Amazon
Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has booked plenty of gigs outside of AMC, but his newest move is bound to ruffle some feathers. Amazon has signed Kirkman to an exclusive overall deal for the next few years, along with Dead company Skybound Entertainment.
NBC Revival Fever Now Back at ‘The Munsters,’ Seth Meyers Producing
NBC is far from the only guilty party when it comes to TV revivals, but there’s something special about reviving something you failed to revive. The Munsters may live again, as NBC succeeds Mockingbird Lane with another attempt at the ghoulish family, executive produced by Seth Meyers.
Leslie Jones’ ‘Game of Thrones’ Reviews Return (With Bonus Cameo!)
You can’t spend thirty seconds on the internet without tripping over Game of Thrones breakdowns, but one voice was sorely missing: Leslie Jones! The SNL star is back on the couch with Seth Meyers to break down “The Spoils of War,” joined by one very special guest.
Jon and Dany Taste Victory in ‘Game of Thrones’ ‘Eastwatch’ Photos
Game of Thrones has a tall order to top the barn-burner that was “The Spoils of War,” but things are already looking up for “Eastwatch.” Not only is the Dragonstone gang enjoying victory for a change, but the hour-long episode might see Sam making a crucial discovery.
‘How I Met Your Mother’ Spinoff Back in Development With New Writers (Again)
Brace yourself, that How I Met Your Mother spinoff is coming around for another pass. After CBS’ initial attempt at a How I Met Your Dad and FOX’s This Is Us-superseded version, a third group of 20th Century Fox writers will take aim at a female-focused reboot.
‘Twin Peaks’ Not Likely to Be Renewed for Season 2 on Showtime
It’s hard to believe we’re already thirteen weeks into Showtime’s expansive Twin Peaks revival; partly because you’d be hard-pressed to follow any one linear story. We might not have much more closure after the Labor Day finale either, as Showtime doesn’t believe i…
HBO Hackers Reportedly Leak Next ‘Game of Thrones’ Script, Exec Emails
Game of Thrones’ leak of Season 7’s “The Spoils of War” turned out an international error rather than consequence of the network’s recent hack, but the group responsible has designs of their own. Another round of leaks reportedly reveals detailed descriptions of Th…
Review: ‘Game of Thrones’ ‘Spoils of War’ Outdid ‘Battle of the Bastards’
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 revels in “The Spoils of War” with a dragon-sized action sequence to rival “The Battle of the Bastards.” Plus, have Stark family reunions lost their edge? Find out in our full review!
‘Roseanne’ Revival Confirms John Goodman’s Dan Is Alive, More Alum Cast
We’re starting to a see a bizarre revival trend in which shows like Will & Grace completely ignore their finales in favor of a comeback. So too is Roseanne confirmed to ignore its meta-twist ending, because what’s Roseanne without John Goodman’s Dan?
NBC Wants to Revive ‘30 Rock,’ ‘The Office’ and More
NBC didn’t waste time declaring its revived Will & Grace would return for a second season, raising the question of other must-see-TV series next in line. According to NBC brass, they’re next hoping for more 30 Rock and The Office, or perhaps even The West Wing.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7’s Fourth Episode Leaks, But Not By Hackers?
Well, if there wasn’t too concern with HBO’s recent hack leaking material early before, there is now. Reports indicate Game of Thrones Season 7’s fourth episode, “The Spoils of War,” has officially made its way online.
Netflix Convinced ‘Stranger Things’ Bosses to Change Anthology Approach
Once upon a time, Stranger Things seemed like it could easily say goodbye after one season, regardless of a few loose ends. Netflix thankfully renewed the series for Season 2, and it seems the streaming site had a hand in steering its Duffer brother creators away from their original anthology pitch.