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.
‘Stranger Things’ Reports Barb’s Disappearance in New Teaser
As if all the Halloween costumes weren’t enough, Netflix is going to make sure Stranger Things stays on your mind. Case in point, a new video (is it still a viral promo after the fact?) teases the local news reaction to Barb’s famous disappearance, while Sheriff Hopper gets ready to go…
That ‘Will and Grace’ Election Video Persuaded NBC on an Actual Revival
The stars of NBC’s Will & Grace went surprisingly all-out for a recent reunion video breaking down the 2016 election, practically staging an entire new episode in the process. Naturally, the viral video made NBC see dollar signs, and an official Will & Grace reunion series is now in d…
Colbert Flexes His Profanity in New Showtime Election Special Teasers
We’re all going to let the expeletives fly on Election Night 2016, regardless of the outcome, and no one is more excited than Stephen Colbert. After years of keeping it cable and broadcast-appropriate, the Late Show host is exercising all the profanity he can muster in new TV spots for the li…
Colbert Threatens to Get Hammered in Live 2016 Election Special Tease
If there’s a silver lining to the 2016 election, it might be that late-night hosts are at the top of their game. If there’s two, our tolerance for booze has gone way, way up. Thankfully Stephen Colbert will help us combine both, live on November 8, as Showtime released the first uncens…
‘House of Cards’ Season 5 Adds Patricia Clarkson and More
House of Cards Season 4 left us on a pretty grim note, and our first new additions for Season 5 aren’t any less intimidating. Not only has the icy Patricia Clarkson joined in an important new role, but also a familiar Royal Pains star.
Showtime Confirms Stephen Colbert Live Election Special
It was back in August that Showtime first suggested Stephen Colbert might dive into the ring for an Election Night special, and after a grueling few months, we’re finally seeing some light at the end of the tunnel. Officially confirmed for November 8 is a live Colbert Showtime production, ask…
SNL Preview: Emily Blunt Played Both ‘The Girl’ AND ‘The Train’
For the third week in a row, SNL is letting a newbie take the reigns. Following a Margot Robbie premiere and last week’s ten-dollar founding father Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Girl on the Train star Emily Blunt is making her SNL hosting debut, grabbing a slice with Beck Bennett in the first promo…
AMC’s ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ Renewed for Final Season in 2017
Despite its reputation as one of TV’s best, if least-seen dramas, Halt & Catch Fire is officially coming to a … well, halt. AMC has doused the fire with an official Season 4 renewal for 2017, albeit intended as the computer drama’s last.
SNL Preview: No, Lin-Manuel Miranda Hasn’t Seen ‘Hamilton’ Either
SNL finally shook off the cobwebs with a strong showing for Season 42's premiere with Margot Robbie, but it’s Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda whose story we want told. The newest promos have arrived, and poor Miranda hasn’t even seen his own Tony Award-winning show yet.
SNL Boss on Pharoah-Killam Exit: ‘Change Is the Lifeblood of the Show’
SNL will pick up with its 42nd season tomorrow night, albeit without recent mainstays Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah, who were unexpectedly dismissed from the cast over the summer. Now, SNL boss Lorne Michaels explains the decision, noting “They served the show well.”