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.
Chris Hardwick’s ‘@Midnight’ Canceled After Four Seasons
Chris Hardwick may be everywhere in pop-culture, but one of the busiest hosts in Hollywood is down a gig. Comedy Central’s interactive @midnight will call it quits after six-hundred episodes, airing its final episode in August.
That ‘Jersey Shore’ Reunion Was a … Burger King Commercial?
This past weekend saw word of a possible Jersey Shore reunion coalescing, but not necessarily at MTV. Now, near of the entire cast has reunited for a new Burger King commercial, and … wait, that’s it? Come on, there has to be more.
‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman Dies After Season 8 Production Injury
The Walking Dead isn’t generally known for practical stunts, but with Season 8 gearing up for “All Out War,” it stands to reason physical action would increase. As such, the unfortunate hospitalization of stuntman John Bernecker has necessitated Season 8 production take a tempor…
My Chemical Romance’s ‘Umbrella Academy’ Sets Live-Action Netflix Series
Marvel’s won’t be the only original superheroes on Netflix for long. The streaming service announces a new live-action series based on My Chemical Romance lead Gerard Way’s The Umbrella Academy graphic novels, with a 2018 premiere date in mind.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Confirms TWO Major Jon Snow Meetings
Game of Thrones has Season 7 spoilers pretty well under control, unless you’re the costume designer. A new interview with Michele Clapton lets slip that Jon Snow will have not one, but two long-awaited introductions this season, and the outfits to match.
‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 Teases a ‘Freak’-y Face’s Return
One could go a little mad stitching together the various connections of American Horror Story seasons, and the seventh year looks to be no different. Ryan Murphy teases a Freak Show connection waiting in the wings, along with a terrible, terrible comic idea.
‘Game of Thrones’ Gemma Whelan Almost Fired Over Spoilers
Game of Thrones’ costume designer may rattle off spoilers as she pleases, but series star Gemma Whelan wasn’t afforded the same luxury in Season 2. Announcing her character very nearly cost our then-future Yara her job, Whelan recounts in a new interview.
‘The Muppets’ Kermit Voice Actor Replaced After 27 Years
Even as a sizable portion of Kermit the Frog’s current popularity stems from voiceless internet memes, there’s no mistaking one of The Muppets‘ most froggy tones. Well, we may need to re-tune our years, as Kermit voice Steve Whitmire will step down after twenty-seven years for m…
Double Your Franco With David Simon’s Full HBO ‘The Deuce’ Trailer
HBO is one week from its flagship hit’s return, so those fall offerings will get some extra push. And speaking of exploitation – here’s a double-dose of James Franco, as The Wire creator David Simon takes us through porn history with a trailer for HBO’s The Deuce.
‘Game of Thrones’ Jaime Teases ‘Explosive’ Casterly Rock Scene in Season 7
We’re just over a week from Game of Thrones beginning its final descent, and we’ve got the Season 7 synopses to prove it. Even more wars will be fought, but is Nikolaj Coster-Waldau teasing another explosive upset for a Lannister landmark?
‘Westworld’ Season 2 Site Update Teases Someone Trapped in the Park
Westworld won’t return until 2018, but there’s no time like the present to get viral Season 2 teases going. Ahead of Comic-Con 2017, a new update to the Westworld site seemingly confirms our 2018 premiere title, and a certain someone begging for help.
The 10 Best TV Shows of 2017 (So Far)
Six of the choices from last year either delayed airdates or ended outright, so let’s do some damage before Emmy season! ScreenCrush carves through 2017’s most memorable for all the Tales, Lies, Dicks and Unfortunate Events that had our TVs buzzing.