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.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Reportedly Pirated Over One Billion Times
We’re never surprised to see Game of Thrones topping the annual list of most-pirated series, but Season 7 might be a dragon of a different color. A new report suggests leaked episodes only helped the show’s piracy tally, ranking in with over a billion downloads.
‘Black Mirror’ Bosses Tease San Junipero ‘Experience,’ More Easter Eggs
The announcement of Black Mirror’s next six episodes killed what lingering hope we had for an official “San Junipero” sequel, but the series may not be done with its most popular installment. Not only may the VR tale get a shout-out in an “Easter egg hose” coming t…
‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Reveals Alternate ‘Ten Years Later’ Opening
It remains to be seen if we’ll ever revisit Wet Hot American Summer with another Ten Years Later (or beyond), but there’s always more to see. An alternate beginning to the sequel series reveals the one (downer) introduction Coop mercifully missed out on.
‘Simpsons’ Bosses Say Fired Composer Alf Clausen Still Has ‘Ongoing Role’
The Simpsons reached another milestone in its advanced age with the dismissal of 27-year composer Alf Clausen, but the series’ orchestral future has gotten even murkier. Representatives now claim the Emmy-winning Clausen will have an “ongoing role,” though his orchestra has appa…
Drew Barrymore Eyes Women-Directed CW ‘Black Rose’ Horror Anthology
The CW is getting ready to take a big leap forward in horror. The network has begun developing a one-hour horror anthology entirely written and directed by women, with Drew Barrymore and a former Scream boss venturing into the Black Rose Anthology.
ScreenCrush’s Fall TV Preview – Over 30 Premieres to Keep You Binging All Season
Just when you thought the end of Game of Thrones Season 7 might cut you a break from must-see shows, in swoops fall TV with dozens upon dozens of new and returning TV series; enough to drive your DVR to self-immolation. Join us for a sneak peek!
‘Game of Thrones’ Cut a Bran-Sansa Finale Scene That Would Explain Everything
Perhaps overshadowed in all the incest and zombie dragons of Game of Thrones’ finale were the Stark siblings pulling a fast one on Littlefinger. The revelation of Arya and Sansa’s deception caught a few off guard, but stars and director Jeremy Podeswa now explain how a missing Bran sce…
Meet ‘Jerry Before Seinfeld’ in New Netflix Standup Special Trailer
We’ve seen photos of Jerry Seinfeld’s first new Netflix comedy special, but as with any standup, it’s all about the delivery. See for yourself in a first trailer for Jerry Before Seinfeld, as the revered comedian revisits his past and younger material in new footage.
‘Game of Thrones’ Reveals Arya, Wight VFX and More in First S7 ‘Game Revealed’
Lord of Light knows when the next Game of Thrones episode will premiere, so HBO has something to keep the momentum going. Go inside the season starting with July’s premiere, as a new The Game Revealed episode goes in-depth with everything from zombie giants to Daenerys’ big “Dra…
‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Confirms Lena Dunham Role, No Supernatural Elements
American Horror Story may have returned to more traditional teasing with Cult, but the FX drama has one major difference from past years. Ryan Murphy reveals that Season 7 will have no supernatural forces, while new details reveal Lena Dunham’s role and more.