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.
‘South Park’ Season 21 Confirms September Premiere Delay
It was only last week we learned that Ilana and Abbi’s Broad City return was delayed even further to September, and it seems the boys of South Park followed suit. The impressive twenty-first season will wait the better part of a month, premiering in September instead.
Ryan Murphy Teases ‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 Theme as … Bees?
I don’t think it’ll ruffle any feathers to call American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy a tad cryptic. The official Season 7 reveal is promised to us this Thursday, and Murphy has one last clue for TV super-sleuths: bees. No, not “beads.” Bees.
‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Sets October Premiere With First Poster!
Who needs Comic-Con? Netflix’s Stranger Things may debut new looks at Season 2 from their San Diego perch, but our first poster for the new big bad is right here, along with an earlier October premiere than expected.
Nelsan Ellis, Star of ‘True Blood,’ Dies at 39
Difficult news today for True Blood fans and beyond, as beloved star Nelsan Ellis has tragically passed away at a young age. The Julliard-trained actor had appeared in everything from The Help to CBS’ Elementary.
Horror Master John Carpenter Eyes ‘Tales for a Halloween Night’ Series at Syfy
Horror anthology seems to be all the rage these days, and where TNT failed with a Shyamalan-curated horror block, John Carpenter will pick up the slack. The Thing director will develop Tales for a Halloween Night at Syfy as part of an overall Universal deal to develop new series.
HBO ‘Vice Principals’ Plots Revenge With First Teaser, September Premiere
School is back in session for the Vice Principals of HBO, and so is revenge. Season 2 of the Danny McBride-Walton Goggins comedy will ring its opening bell in mid-September, and there’s a freaking tiger in the first teaser!
Marvel’s Full ‘The Inhumans’ Trailer Shoots for the Moon
Now that Marvel’s ABC Inhumans has officially booked a late September premiere, our first full glimpse of the Royal Family in action has arrived. See for yourself, as our first official footage of the September IMAX release reveals epic scope and a major betrayal.
‘Walking Dead’ Season 8 Might Have a Few Missing Players At First
Seven years in, The Walking Dead was bound to conflict with fan-favorites taking other work. AMC’s horror smash usually takes precedence, but according to recent reports, at least three Walking Dead favorites will have reduced roles in Season 8.
‘Better Call Saul’ Will Keep ‘Breaking Bad’ With Season 4 Renewal
In need of someone to helm a fourth season on AMC? Better Call Saul! Yep, after some mild trepidation, the Breaking Bad prequel has officially been served with a court order for new episodes in 2018.
‘Iron Fist’ Star Jessica Henwick Back for ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7
The writing for Loras was pretty much on the wall when Game of Thrones star Finn Jones booked the lead in Marvel’s Iron Fist, but less certain was the fate of fellow HBO player Jessica Henwick. No one would necessarily begrudge time away from the Sand Snakes, but Henwick now confirms Nymeria …
‘American Horror Story’ S7 Reveals New Monster, Lady Gaga’s Return?
Our first look at one American Horror Story Season 7 monster was gruesome enough, so leave it to Ryan Murphy to double-down. The FX showrunner shares yet another cryptic clue, while rumors swirl that a certain Mother monster will put in an appearance as well.
‘Judge Dredd’ TV Series to Be ‘Dark Fantasy,’ Might Premiere in 2019
It’s early enough that the Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series hasn’t taken shape just yet, but the new version could feel much more familiar to fans. Not only do producers describe it as “dark fantasy” with “400 million stories to tell,” but we might know …