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.
Ryan Murphy Eyes Netflix ‘Politician’ With Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow and Barbra Streisand
We haven’t even seen Ryan Murphy’s first Netflix series, and already TV’s busiest producer has another in the works. Netflix has placed a two-season order for a new musical series with Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow and Barbra Streisand, dubbed The Politician.
Is ‘The Walking Dead’ Boss Hinting That [SPOILER] Lives?
The Walking Dead has tried and failed to get one over on fans before, but might be close to its biggest trick yet. According to creator Robert Kirkman, the show’s imminent and most shocking demise might not be so fatal after all. Slim hope, but we’ll take it.
‘Westworld’ Season 2 Sets April Premiere in Violent Super Bowl Trailer
If the football game doesn’t look like anything to you, we have something that might. Return to Westworld as HBO drops the first official Season 2 trailer, chock-full of all the robot-on-human carnage you could ask for from the Super Bowl, along with an April premiere date.
‘Jeopardy!’ Contestants Blew an Entire Sports Category, and Trebek’s Reaction Was Priceles…
A great man once spoke about the “gaps” we fill in one another. That man was Rocky Balboa, but these sports-deficient Jeopardy! players might not even recognize him. A new viral clip sees all three contestants completely confounded by a football category, and Alex Trebek was not amused…
Damon Lindelof’s HBO ‘Watchmen’ Lands ‘Leftovers,’ ‘Westworld’ Director
We still don’t know what LOST and Leftovers boss Damon Lindelof’s new Watchmen series actually is, but it’s at least in good hands. The hotly-anticipated pilot officially has its director, as a key Leftovers alum goes behind the camera to kick off a new midnight watch.
Natalie Portman Raps With Andy Samberg, Defends ‘Star Wars’ in ‘SNL’ Return
It’s been twelve years since Natalie Portman hosted SNL, and you’d better believe another rap was coming. Watch the Annihilation star take on motherhood and defend the Star Wars prequels (with returning alum Andy Samberg) in a new Portman rap worthy of the original.
‘This Is Us’ Simmers Crock-Pot Feud in New Super Bowl Promo
This Is Us fans will have to wait until after the Super Bowl to learn the exact circumstances of Jack’s fate, but Crock-Pot is getting an early reprieve. Following fan uproar over the appliance brand’s involvement in a deadly fictional fire, Milo Ventimiglia and NBC try to squash the b…
‘American Gods’ Finds Season 2 Showrunner, But Tosses Bryan Fuller Scripts
Well, you can thank the Gods for at least some good news. Starz has officially recruited Star Trek: Discovery alum Jesse Alexander to showrun American Gods Season 2 after Bryan Fuller’s exit, but the eventual return may be more of a reboot than we’d like.
Lauren Cohan Might Be Leaving ‘The Walking Dead’
The Walking Dead’s most recent demise rocked fans of the comic, and another major departure may now be imminent. Star Lauren Cohan is reportedly fielding offers to leave The Walking Dead behind – is Maggie Greene officially walker chow?
J.J. Abrams’ First New TV Series in Years Is Officially Coming to HBO
It’s happening – J.J. Abrams is writing and creating a new drama for HBO. The Fringe and LOST creator has sold new outer space drama Demimonde to the Westworld network with a full series order, following a tense bidding war with Apple.
‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Ending After Season 3, Neil Patrick Harris Confirms
Netflix has a habit of renewing popular shows past the books they’re based on, but don’t expect that Unfortunate Event to befall Count Olaf. Star Neil Patrick Harris confirms that the Lemony Snicket adaptation will officially end after a third season finishes the books.
‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Magicians’ and More TV Shows Now Allow Uncensored F-Bombs
TV viewers are no stranger to bleeped swear words in their favorite shows, but there’s always a double-take when F-bombs slip past the censors. It may now be intentional, as USA and Syfy are relaxing language standards on mature series – the sign of a coming trend.