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.
NBC’s ‘Will and Grace’ Revival Extended With Additional Episodes
More often than not, hot-ticket network revivals are usually one-and-done, but Will & Grace fans are at least getting some additional bang for their buck. NBC’s revival of Will, Grace, Jack, Karen and the rest is getting an extension, adding a few more episodes to its run.
‘American Idol’ Reboot Probably Dead at Both FOX and NBC
Whether or not American Idol jumped the gun to plot a reboot so soon after its “Farewell Season,” the point may be moot. Reports indicate that neither NBC nor FOX were able to negotiate a deal with the studios behind Idol, likely shelving any revival for the foreseeable future.
Showtime ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival Probably Won’t Curse, Go Too Adult
Close to thirty years will have passed when Twin Peaks resurrects on Showtime, to say nothing of how broadcast and cable standards have changed. Still, don’t expect the 2017 revival to undergo any graphic overhaul, as Showtime bosses reveal David Lynch is “taking advantage of cable fre…
Billy Eichner Becomes ‘Billy on the Sesame Street’ in New Clip
Billy Eichner is back on the street, but probably not the one you’re expecting. Just one day after it was announced that the Billy on the Street star would bring his mysterious tank tops to American Horror Story, Eichner again pops up in a strange place: Sesame Street!
Alec Baldwin Didn’t Want to Play ‘SNL’ Trump At First
Once upon a time, Alec Baldwin taking on the role of SNL’s Donald Trump seemed like an amusing guest spot to take us through the debates. Now, the question remains how long Baldwin will play the beleaguered president, especially as the reigning host claims he never wanted the role in the firs…
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.
FOX Now Bidding for ‘American Idol’ Revival Over NBC
It wasn’t terribly surprising that FOX would say goodbye to American Idol after so many years, but word that NBC might look to revive it alongside The Voice came more unexpectedly. Now, FOX is reportedly bidding for the rights to bring American Idol back on its own, almost exactly as we remem…
‘The Fresh Prince’ Lives in Alfonso Ribeiro’s Cast Reunion Photo
Will Smith may look a bit more like Uncle Phil than the Fresh Prince these days, but put the cast together, and you wouldn’t think any time passed at all. See for yourself, as Alfonso Ribeiro shares a look at near of the entire reunited cast, looking Fresh as ever.
Sarah Silverman Lands New Hulu Talk Series ‘I Love You, America’
America could probably use a hug week after week, and Sarah Silverman might be just the person to do it. The revered comedian has partnered with Funny or Die to deliver a new weekly talk series for Hulu, if only to constantly reassure audiences that I Love You, America.
Here’s Some Terrifying First Photos of Showtime’s ‘Twin Peaks’ Revival
At this point, we’ve no idea what to expect from Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival, particularly if David Lynch will allow for any real trailer. All the same, our first official look at the cast’s grand return is here, along with a few scant new details of the “feature film i…
Melissa McCarthy Already Taking Sean Spicer Notes for SNL Return
SNL has one heck of a Season 42 finish ahead, to follow Louis C.K. with Jimmy Fallon, Chris Pine, Melissa McCarthy and The Rock, and live on every coast at that. Of all those names, however, McCarthy might build the most anticipation, as the Sean Spicer impressionist says she’s already squirr…
Don Draper’s ‘Mad Men’ Pitch Is Now a Real Heinz Ketchup Ad
Mad Men always maintained an odd relationship with history, incorporating major ‘60s events, but keep Sterling-Cooper and Don Draper’s work somewhat obscure in the advertising world. No longer, it seems, as Heinz has officially adopted an abandoned ketchup pitch from Mad Men Season 6 f…