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.
Here’s Why ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Is Set Before Captain Kirk’s Time
Excited though Star Trek fans are to finally have the franchise back on TV with Bryan Fuller’s Discovery, many had to wonder why the series opted to follow the prequel route yet again. The series will venture early into Trek history with a pre-Kirk setting, something writer Nicholas Meyer say…
‘MythBusters’ Build Team Returning for New Netflix Series
The final season of MythBusters notably suffered the lack of fan-favorite M7 Build Team members Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara, but leave it to a crack team of engineers to devise a new solution. The trio will return for a new Netflix series cryptically described as “MythBusters …
Stephen Amell Is Cool With DC Movies Casting Another Green Arrow
Arrow star Stephen Amell hasn’t been shy speaking his mind about DC movies keeping separate from the ever-expanding TV universe, something that once landed him in a Flash of hot water. It remains to be seen if the movies would ever feature their own Green Arrow with a new actor, but either wa…
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Has Officially Started Production
As if the major casting of Jim Broadbent weren’t enough of a clue, Game of Thrones is finally ready to go before cameras for Season 7. Production has officially begun, but how long until those ever-telling set photos start popping up online? Should we get the #JonSnowStillLives ready?
Stephen Colbert Becomes ‘Mr. Robot’ in New ‘Late Show’ Parody
Wednesday night was apparently the hot one for TV parodies, as the same evening that saw Jimmy Fallon reuniting the cast of Stranger Things also saw Stephen Colbert hooding up for a Late Show parody of Mr. Robot. Still, we’ve got to ask the real questions – are we all just ones and zer…
Jimmy Fallon Got the ‘Stranger Things’ Kids to Face Barb’s Justice
Let’s face it – if any late-night host was going to take the initiative on a Stranger Things parody with the actual cast, it was Jimmy Fallon. So it is, that the young stars reprised their roles for a Tonight Show sketch, wherein the long-lost Barb finally gets her own justice.
CBS All-Access Eyes Ad-Free Subscription Before ‘Star Trek: Discovery’
CBS’ cord-cutting All-Access service was bound to bulk up by the exclusive addition of Star Trek: Discovery, but fans rightly balked at notions that the service would still feature ads atop its monthly $5.99 pricetag. Now, CBS has confirmed an ad-free model, but it’s predictably going …
Hippie Miley Cyrus Leads Woody Allen’s ‘Crisis in Six Scenes’ Photos
The only footage released of Woody Allen’s new Amazon series, Crisis in Six Scenes, arrived with little more fanfare than the filmmaker himself getting a haircut. Now, new photos from the September release give us a closer look at the cast, including hippie Miley Cyrus, Rachel Brosnahan and m…
2016 Fall TV Preview: 30 Premieres You Can’t Miss
These days, it'd take at least two years to watch only only one season's worth of #PeakTV, a quarter of which won't even be around a second year. You’d need some sort of absurd television guidance periodical to navigate it all, but because we love you' we've put toget…
Zach Braff Scrubs in for TV Return With New ABC Comedy
Nine years of Scrubs and multiple movies earned star Zach Braff his pick of projects, though it seems the erstwhile Dr. Dorian has been paged back to ABC. Braff has confirmed a TV return with a new ABC single-camera comedy, given a put-pilot commitment.
Schwarzenegger ‘Apprentice’ and More Get 2017 NBC Premieres
It’s taken forever and a day to finally see both Arnold Schwarzenegger taking the Celebrity Apprentice desk, and Emerald City come to life, but NBC has finally made a firm commitment. Both high-profile new series have set January bows, just barely into 2017.
NBC Has ‘Grimm’ News for Fans: Season 6 Will Be the Last
Fans have remained loyal to NBC’s Grimm ‘til the last, propelling the supernatural cop drama through a whopping six seasons on Friday nights, but all fairy tales end sooner or later. So it is, that NBC confirms Grimm Season 6 will mark the end for all your favorite Wesen.