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.
Julia Roberts Heads to TV For ‘Today Will Be Different’ Limited Series
TV seems to have stolen a bit more fire from Olympus, as Julia Roberts becomes the latest Hollywood A-lister making the leap to series TV. The Normal Heart star will lead an adaptation of Maria Semple’s Today Will Be Different, as developed with Annapurna’s new TV venture.
Good News and Bad for ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans’ Least Favorite Characters
If Game of Thrones Season 6 made one notable course-correction, it might have been the sideline of Dorne stories after their meandering focus in Season 5. Still, Ellaria Sand and the Sand Snakes will be backing Daenerys in Season 7, and they may yet end up in a surprising role.
Alan Thicke, ‘Growing Pains’ Star, Dies at 69
As 2016 seems to be an unendingly cruel mistress, another beloved TV parent has left us behind. Alan Thicke, actor behind Growing Pains patriarch Jason Seaver has passed away at age 69. The acclaimed sitcom star had only days earlier made a surprise cameo in the second season of Netflix’s Ful…
Review: ‘Walking Dead’ Spills Serious Guts in 2016 Closer ‘Hearts Still Beating’
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 proves it can get “Hearts Still Beating” in a bloody midseason close, but is Rick finally ready to fight back after two more needlessly cruel deaths? And who’s that mystery man spying on Alexandria from afar? Find out in our full review!
SNL Resurrects Bryan Cranston’s Walter White as Trump Cabinet Pick
Trump cabinet picks have been bad, but not Breaking Bad, at least until now. The SNL cold open for John Cena’s debut hour got Bryan Cranston reprising his iconic role as Walter White, tapped to head the DEA (what else) in the new administration.
‘Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Sing Me a Song’ of a Lad That Is Gone
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 wants to “Sing Me a Song” of Negan’s bizarre fascination with Carl, but is Season 7 anywhere closer to finally fighting back? Or at least calling out Spencer for his whining? Find out in our full review!
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Drops First 2017 Footage
Game of Thrones may be debuting later in 2017 than usual, but our first look at Season 7 is right on schedule. Check out the newest official footage, as HBO’s 2017 preview reveals Arya becoming a Northern girl once more!
Emma Stone’s Big Number Gets Interrupted in SNL Return Promos
The traditional SNL promos of a week’s host paired with a cast member may be no more, but do we at least get a big La La Land-style musical number in exchange? Almost! Emma Stone returns to SNL in the first December 2016 promos, but … well, something’s in the way.
Will ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Beat ‘The Winds of Winter’ Release?
How young we once were, to wonder whether George R.R. Martin’s The Winds of Winter might arrive in stores early enough to avoid Game of Thrones Season 6 spoiling Jon Snow’s fate. The two Song of Ice and Fire tales have long-since diverged, but does Martin have a 2017 plan to get Winds …
Anne Rice’s ‘Vampire Chronicles’ Could Be Coming to TV
The TV vampire craze seems more or less behind us, especially after The Vampire Diaries comes to a close in 2017, but could Anne Rice’s original bloodsuckers bring it back? We might find out, as rights to The Vampire Chronicles are officially primed for a TV series of “the highest qual…
‘The Walking Dead’ S7 Premiere May Actually Have Driven Away Viewers
It’s no secret that Seasons 6 and 7 of The Walking Dead have proven more divisive than usual, between the buildup to Negan’s arrival, the months-long wait to identify his victim(s), and subsequent brutality. Season 7 hasn’t felt the same since, and according to ratings data, eno…
‘Wizard of Oz’ Gets an Ultra-Gritty Reboot in NBC’s ‘Emerald City’ Trailer
Enough Wizard of Oz adaptations have been floated over the past few years that it’s amazing even one made it term, but the awe doesn’t stop there. Behold, NBC’s ultra-ultra-ultra-gritty take on the classic L. Frank Baum tale, as Dorothy crashes into Emerald City in a first trail…