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.
‘The X-Files’ Will Return, and More Burning Finale Questions Answered
The X-Files has come to yet another end, but don’t let Gillian Anderson’s departure fool you – Chris Carter fully intends to continue Scully’s story. The showrunner reveals what’s next for the franchise – even continuing at Disney if necessary – and w…
‘The Crown’ Bosses Apologize to Claire Foy, Matt Smith Over Salary Controversy
The Crown is issuing a royal apology. Just days after producers created an uproar with word that Matt Smith received better pay than his queenly co-star Claire Foy, production company Left Bank Pictures apologizes to both for a “media storm” that was “no fault of their own. …
The Real Reason Christopher Eccleston Left ‘Doctor Who’ After One Season
Doctor Who may be entering a new era, but the series that re-started it all has new secrets to spill. Christopher Eccleston finally shares details of his one-season exit and tensions with Russell T Davies, including a surprise complication with beloved companion Billie Piper.
Is ‘Westworld’ Hinting Season 2 Will Leave the Park Behind?
We still don’t have a proper trailer for Westworld Season 2, but that hasn’t stopped showrunners from doling out major hints. The second stretch of HBO’s sci-fi epic has its very own cryptic subtitle, all-but-confirming the next run will finally take us beyond Westworld.
‘Series of Unfortunate Events’ Season 3 Adds Allison Williams in Mystery Role
A Series of Unfortunate Events really is going to Get Out with Season 3. Not only has the Netflix drama triple-confirmed that Season 3 will end the series, but new reports place Girls and Get Out alum Allison Williams in a mysterious role that might emerge as early as next week.
NBC Renews ‘Will and Grace’ Revival for a Third (!) Season
Most revivals are one-and-done, so leave it to Will & Grace to break down another norm. Following NBC’s pre-premiere renewal for a bonus tenth season, the network is already confirming a third revival run before the first has finished airing.
New ‘Rick and Morty’ Run the Jewels Video Is Practically a New Episode
We’re going to be pretty desperate for new Rick and Morty until at least late 2019, so Adult Swim has thankfully provided some relief. Our favorite cosmic adventurers do their best Men in Black for a new Adult Swim music video from Run the Jewels.
The ‘Stranger Things’ Kids Negotiated Insane Raises for Season 3
If you’re going to get chased by a Demogorgon a third time, you’d better get paid doing it. Sources indicate the Stranger Things cast has secured upwards of 1200% raises for the third season, including the show’s young breakout stars.
Matt Ryan’s ‘Constantine’ Is Joining ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Full-Time
There may be no weirder trajectory for a character than Matt Ryan’s Constantine. After a one-season NBC series and subsequent Arrow-verse resurrection, the fan-favorite DC hero is officially making a full-time return as a Legends of Tomorrow regular next season.
The Big ‘Walking Dead’ Finale Crossover Is Coming to Theaters
What does Rick Grimes’ facial hair look like on the big screen? Walking Dead and Fear fans alike will get the chance to find out, as AMC is sending April’s big Season 8 finale and Fear premiere to theaters for one night only.
Netflix Is Testing a Reward System for Young Binge-Watchers
Just like every addiction, Netflix is seeking to make theirs fun for kids. User reports have revealed that the streaming service has begun testing “patches” on certain youth-oriented programming, with an aim to introduce “collectible items for a more interactive experience. …
Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Will Cost (At Least) $500 Million
We knew Amazon would pay a pretty penny to develop its own Lord of the Rings TV series, but they might as well raid Smaug’s lair. New estimates put the TV iteration of Middle Earth at $500 million (to start!), and all before Amazon has even assigned talent to the project.