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.
Patty Duke, Star of ‘The Patty Duke Show,’ Dies at 69
Sad news for fans of lifelong actor, Emmy and Oscar-winner Patty Duke, as the stage and screen actor behind The Miracle Worker, The Patty Duke Show and so much more has passed away. The acclaimed star and mother to Sean Astin is remembered as one of the Academy’s youngest winners, as well a staunch advocate for the mentally ill with the National Institute of Mental Health and others.
‘Simpsons’ Writer Recalls 2000 ‘President Trump’ Joke as ‘Vision of America Going Insane’
The Simpsons obliquely anticipating future events has become a common phenomenon, though never quite so regrettably as a 2000 episode that referenced “President Trump” in our future. Now, writer Dan Greaney looks back on the unfortunate premonition, noting the line was intended to envision an America that “went as bad as it possibly could.”
Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Goes a Bit ‘Mad Max’ in ‘The Same Boat’
‘The Walking Dead’ goes even deeper into the enigmatic Saviors by exploring their women, but is “The Same Boat” still setting Carol up for a violent end? What mystery guest reveals something crucial to Negan’s power? Find out in our full review of tonight’s captive hour!
‘Fear The Walking Dead’ in a New Season 2 Trailer, But Especially in Life-Preservers
You know, credit where it’s due - AMC’s Walking Dead companion series Fear The Walking Dead sure manages to cram zombies into the most unlikely of settings, Season 2 now expanded to include beaches, underwater, and right up on the surface as well. Are lifeguards prepared for The Floating Dead? Let’s find out in a new trailer.
‘The Simpsons’ Make the 2016 Election a Nightmare in New Clip
Whether imagining Donald Trump in the world of Westeros, or just the regular one, there’s little denying that the 2016 elections have been a nightmare to witness. The Simpsons have now made that literally true, with a standalone clip taking aim at any and all of the presidential candidates.
Review: ‘Walking Dead’s 2016 Return Is the Series’ Strongest Hour Yet
‘The Walking Dead’ returns for 2016 with an astonishingly stylish entry into “A Larger World,” the best, most transformative hour of the show to date. Our early review, before Rick and co. find “No Way Out” on February 14!
Watch the First Four Minutes of Sunday’s ‘Walking Dead’ Premiere Right Now!
Days away from The Walking Dead Season 6’s grand return, we’re close enough that you can already read our early review, but why stop there? The first four minutes of Sunday’s “No Way Out,” have arrived, and there may be no Saviors for Daryl, Sasha and Abraham.
2014 Emmy Awards: Seth Meyers to Host for the First Time
Just when you thought 2014 couldn't be going any better for former 'SNL' head writer, star, and current 'Late Night' host Seth Meyers, the former "Weekend Update" host will really have a weekend to handle. NBC has announced that Seth Meyers will make his Emmy hosting debut as the 2014 host of the 66th annual Emmy Awards, picking up from previous host Neil Patrick Harris!
Tracy Morgan’s FX Series with ‘Always Sunny’ Creators Will Wait for Recovery
Among the many opportunities presented by comedian Tracy Morgan's freedom from '30 Rock,' we were most excited to see that the one-time 'SNL' star would work with FXX's 'Always Sunny' team to develop his very own cable sitcom. The recent news of Morgan's vehicular accident and injuries put the project's status into doubt, but FX has now gone on the record to assure fans that the project will await
‘SNL’ Season Finale Preview: Andy Samberg Touts Golden Globe Win, Frolics to Bette Midler
Charlize Theron's big return to the 'SNL' stage this past weekend mostly missed the mark, save for a few bizarre-enough-to-be-funny sketches, but this Saturday's season finale already has a few Golden Globes in its pocket. 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star Andy Samberg will make a long-awaited return to his 'SNL' roots to close out the season, and the first promo already feels like home.