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.
Seth Rogen Responds to ‘Preacher’ Outrage Over Biblical Sex Scene
It’s hard to say where exactly AMC’s Preacher would ruffle religious feathers, given the comic has satirized Christianity with gleeful aplomb since 1995. This past Monday’s “Dirty Little Secret” may have tipped the scales, as even the Catholic League is up in arms …
Hulu Adds HBO and Cinemax in Time for ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7
If cord-cutting was starting to seem more complex than a cable package itself, Hulu is here to help. Just in time for Game of Thrones, the streaming service has announced HBO and Cinemax add-ons for your subscription.
‘Judge Dredd’ TV Series to Be ‘Dark Fantasy,’ Might Premiere in 2019
It’s early enough that the Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series hasn’t taken shape just yet, but the new version could feel much more familiar to fans. Not only do producers describe it as “dark fantasy” with “400 million stories to tell,” but we might know …
‘Making a Murderer’ Subject Brendan Dassey Has Overturned Conviction Upheld
We still don’t know what Season 2 of Netflix’s Making a Murderer might look like, though enough has happened to swing the narrative in multiple directions. Last summer saw alleged accomplice Brendan Dassey nearly free on an overturned conviction; now upheld, but what does it mean?
Adam West Completed ‘Batman Vs. Two Face’ Recording Before Death
The world has literally lit up with Adam West tributes since the Batman star’s tragic passing over the weekend, and we’ll have at least one more chance to honor the staccato “Bright Knight.” Sources confirm West had completed recording vocals for an animated sequel to Bat…
‘House of Cards’ Bosses on Season 6: ‘It Really Could Go Either Way’
Once upon a time, Netflix ordered House of Cards for two seasons as a bold experiment in original programming. The streaming service has gotten far more ruthless with its vast lineup since, but does the political thriller have the juice for a sixth year, or beyond? Bosses say there’s “…
Louis C.K. Returning to SNL for First April 2017 Show
SNL has been piecemealing through 2017 with two shows a month, and our first April show is now confirmed to follow Scarlett Johansson. Comedian Louis C.K. will return to SNL for the first April 2017 show, joined by a first-time musical guest.
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…
Of Course ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Is Adding an Original ‘Goonie’
It was apparent to anyone on another planet that Stranger Things wore its ‘80s influence on its sleeve, and it’s only fitting that Season 2 pay back some of those homages. So it is, that original Goonies star Sean Astin of course joins the cast, along with Paul Reiser and more.
Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Delivers Double-Whammy in Sadistic Season 7 Premiere
‘The Walking Dead’ returns for Season 7 with a gruesome and punishing “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be,” finally revealing Negan’s victim(s) in an otherwise forgettable hour. Is AMC’s flagship hit finally broken beyond repair? Find out in our full…