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.
‘Jersey Shore’ Revival ‘Family Vacation’ Officially Happening at MTV
No more Burger King commercials or Reunion Road Trips – the real Jersey Shore is finally back. MTV confirms the cast will reunite for a new Jersey Shore Family Vacation with near of the entire cast.
Every Live-Action Marvel TV Series, Ranked
The debut of Marvel’s Punisher spinoff brings the grand total of MCU and X-universe series up to eleven; soon to be twelve with Hulu’s Runaways. From the slums of Hell’s Kitchen to the moon, the time is now to rank all of Marvel’s current-generation live-action series, in…
George Clooney Returns to TV to Lead and Direct New ‘Catch-22’ Series
Add another name to the ranks of Hollywood A-listers dipping a toe in TV. George Clooney will return to the medium that made him famous to both star in, and direct a new limited series adaptation of Joseph Heller novel Catch-22.
That ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV Series May Cost Over a Billion Dollars
A Lord of the Rings TV series came into sharper focus with Amazon’s official announcement, but what will it take to bring us back into Tolkien’s world? A new report suggests the multi-season prequel drama could cost practically all the gold in Smaug’s cavern.
Report: ‘House of Cards’ May Not Be Able to Fire Kevin Spacey
It didn’t take long for Netflix and House of Cards to distance themselves from star Kevin Spacey in the wake of pedophilia accusations from actor Adam Rapp. Producers placed Spacey on leave with intent to rewrite House of Cards’ final season around Robin Wright’s Claire, but the…
It’s Official: A ‘Lord of the Rings’ Prequel TV Series Is Coming to Amazon
You just can’t keep a good dark lord down. After word of a potential Lord of the Rings TV series broke, Amazon has made their commitment official with a multi-season order and potential spinoff. And guess what – it’s a prequel!
HBO Drops Louis C.K. After Sexual Misconduct Report, FX Reviewing Ties
The entertainment world is understandably reevaluating partnerships with Louis C.K. in the wake of Thursday’s bombshell report. HBO has opted to remove the comedian from its upcoming autism benefit and streaming library, while FX is rethinking its own relationship with C.K.
‘Star Wars’ Live-Action TV Series, New Marvel Set for Disney Streaming in 2019
Boy, that Disney really knows how to break the internet. In addition to news of Rian Johnson planning a brand-new Star Wars trilogy, so too is Disney finally pulling the trigger on a live-action Star Wars TV series for its upcoming streaming service. Plus – is Marvel headed away from Netflix?
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon Morning Show Drama Lands at Apple
Yes, there is already another streaming series outlet to subscribe to. Having long-attempted to get its TV platform of the ground, Apple has officially given a hefty series order to a new drama about morning shows, featuring none other than Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
‘Stranger Things’ Almost Killed Off Season 2’s Most Crucial Character
Once upon a time, Stranger Things played coy with a potential second season, leading us to wonder if the breakout Netflix drama might reboot after one year. That plan obviously fell through, but the Duffer brothers now reveal a modified Season 1 finale that was much more heartbreaking than we first …
A ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV Series Is in Development With Amazon
Well, we knew Amazon was looking for its own Game of Thrones; we just didn’t think they’d aim this high. A full-scale Lord of the Rings TV series is in development at Warner Bros., with Amazon leading the pack in an understandably competitive bid.
Eleven Burning ‘Stranger Things’ Questions We Need Season 3 to Answer
Stranger Things 2 may have left on a happier note than its predecessor, but we’re still Upside Down with questions about the next installment.