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.
‘Big Little Lies’ Author Officially Working on HBO Season 2 Plan
The Leftovers certainly made do with an HBO series that outgrew its original novel, so might Big Little Lies do the same? The star-studded miniseries has many fans hoping for a followup, and original author Liane Moriarty says she’s actively developing a potential continuation with the networ…
‘Walking Dead’ Boss Addresses Possible Time Jump in Season 8
AMC’s Walking Dead rarely strays too far off the beaten path of Robert Kirkman’s comics, as the recent Season 7 finale proved with the kickoff to “All Out War.” There’s plenty of immediate ground to cover in Season 8, but might the next run bring us to another majo…
Review: ‘Walking Dead’ Finishes Strong (But Predictable) in S7 ‘All-Out War’ Finale
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 finale starts all-out war with “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life,” but was THAT notable death way too predicable? And how will Season 8 sustain this level of conflict? Find out in our full review!
‘Iron Fist’ Was Netflix’s Most-Binged Drama Premiere, For Some Reason
Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist has only been available to stream for two weeks. Two weeks! That’s a steep dropoff in conversation, and certainly not what you want from the final lead-in to The Defenders. Nevertheless, whether you loved Iron Fist or hated it, data shows that Danny Rand gave…
Watch ‘Walking Dead’ Star Andrew Lincoln Describe Rick’s Perfect End
AMC has no end to The Walking Dead in sight, but – heading into an eighth season – we have to at least consider saying goodbye to some major characters. Andrew Lincoln knows exactly how he wants Rick’s story to end, and now recites the twist with gleeful detail in a new PaleyFes…
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman Craft New NBC Reality Competition
As if you hadn’t enough trouble keeping The Handmaiden and The Handmaid’s Tale separate, Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman are adding a new wrinkle. The Parks and Recreation pair will host The Handmade Project, a new NBC reality competition for craft-making.
‘The Walking Dead’ Braces for All-Out War in Season 7 Finale Trailer
One year after The Walking Dead Season 6 built toward Negan’s arrival, the leather-clad villain is once again ready to face off with Rick; this time with armies on both sides. So reveals the official trailer for Season 7 finale “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life,” along wit…
Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Finds ‘Something They Need’ to Tee Up a Busy Finale
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 tees up its finale with an Oceanside invasion to find “Something They Need,” but have Rick and Negan’s groups ceded the moral high ground? And was Sasha’s fate the right move for our penultimate hour? Find out in our full review!
Chuck Barris, ‘Gong Show’ Host and Game Show Creator, Dies at 87
Chances are, any modern game show of the dating or talent variety owes some debt to The Gong Show and Dating Game creator Chuck Barris. Regardless of what you remember him by, the prolific TV host and producer has now sadly passed away at age 87.
‘Big Bang Theory’ Officially Back for Two More Seasons (At Least!)
Well, they weren’t going to have a Young Sheldon without at least giving the old Sheldon a proper sendoff. The Big Bang Theory is officially confirmed for a whopping forty-eight more episodes with a two-season renewal, but will it be their last?
‘Walking Dead’ Teases Maggie-Gregory Showdown in Penultimate S7 Clip
The Walking Dead has only two episodes left in Season 7 to kick off the “All Out War” between Negan and Rick, but theirs may not be the only conflict ahead. A new clip from next week’s penultimate “Something They Need” sees Gregory extending an ominous olive branch…
‘Sesame Street,’ ‘Kimmel’ Respond to Trump’s PBS Budget Cuts
We’re no where near the middle of outrage from proposed congressional budget cuts, the most visible of which would eliminate funding for staples like the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Sesame Street in particular made headlines switching from PBS funding to HBO, though both it, and Jimm…