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.
Netflix Wanted ‘Stranger Things’ 3 and 4 Shot Back-to-Back (Because of Puberty)
There’s good reason child actors rarely hang around genre TV, as cameras capture their growth faster than stories can tell. The Stranger Things kids too will seem noticeably older in Season 2, and Netflix even hoped to shoot the next two seasons back-to-back to avoid that pesky puberty.
Larry Offends Barbers and Bribes Ushers in First ‘Curb’ Season 9 Synopses
Curb wouldn’t be Curb without something to rail against, and Larry David has at least five new targets of ire. See for yourself in first synopses for the long-awaited Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 9, as Larry does everything from hang with celebrities to run afoul of the law.
Did ‘Walking Dead’ Star Andrew Lincoln Confirm a Season 8 Time-Jump?
Considering The Walking Dead’s reverence for the comics, fans weren’t entirely surprised Season 8 might tease a certain time-jump ahead. The trailer seemed to suggest as much, but star Andrew Lincoln cryptically hints “It’s an older Rick … that means that it’…
Kate McKinnon and Lin-Manuel Miranda Lead New Netflix ‘Magic School Bus’ Trailer
Buckle up, the next generation of The Magic School Bus has arrived. The iconic kids’ show Rides Again with a first trailer for the revamped series, featuring SNL favorite Kate McKinnon as a new spin on the famous Ms. Frizzle, with a special guest role for Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
‘Orange Is the New Black’ Boss Admits Season 5 Became ‘Fan-Fiction’
We generally reward TV for taking big swings, but experiments in format can just as easily backfire. So it was with Orange Is the New Black’s ambitious, but rushed three-day Season 5 experiment, something showrunner Jenji Kohan admits suffered due to new writers.
Another ‘Jumper’ TV Series Teleports Into Place, This Time With Jamie Bell
Well, if 2008’s Jumper had one constant, it’s the appearance of being everywhere at once. So it is, that after YouTube ordered a sequel series of sorts, another Jumper series based on the film has entered development, potentially returning star Jamie Bell to his role.
Robert Kirkman and More ‘Walking Dead’ Bosses Now Suing AMC Over Profits
It’s easy to chalk up ex-Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont’s legal battles with AMC to growing pains, but it’s something else when all Walking Dead producers turn on the network. AMC has been slapped with lawsuits from Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd, David Alpert and Glen Ma…
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.
‘Westworld’ Season 2 Adds a ‘Vikings’ Favorite and More
Prominent TV stars taking new roles are generally ominous signs, so is Vikings about to suffer an axe? Westworld has three new additions to the park, as Season 2 casts Vikings favorite Gustaf Skarsgard and more as new series regulars.
‘King of the Hill’ Revival Under Consideration at FOX
More often than not, TV revivals feel like a quick chance to reunite impossibly well-kept stars, but a King of the Hill return … might make sense? FOX has apparently had several conversations with creator Mike Judge for another trip to Arlen, Texas, we tell you what.
‘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.