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.
New ‘Punisher’ Trailer Finally Sets November Netflix Premiere
Marvel may never shake questions of gun violence around The Punisher, but the Netflix spinoff is taking aim at a new release. A second trailer for the Defenders-adjacent drama delves into Frank’s past and sets an official November premiere date.
Jean-Claude Van Damme Splits December With Full Amazon Series Trailer
You never quite know where Jean-Claude Van Damme will pop up next, but Amazon’s Jean-Claude Van Johnson has a good guess: international espionage. The aging action star makes an undercover comeback in the first full trailer for Amazon’s new series; now set for a December premiere.
‘Kevin Can Wait’ Killed Erinn Hayes’ Donna Because They Were ‘Out of Ideas’
Neither fans nor critics hail Kevin Can Wait as CBS’ sitcom peak, but the series still raised eyebrows killing Erinn Hayes’ Donna off-screen with minimal acknowledgment. Now, star Kevin James’ explanation isn’t much better, as he states “We were literally just runn…
John Krasinski Puts on His Scary ‘Jack Ryan’ Voice in New Amazon Footage
You weren’t the only one with a hard time picturing Jim from The Office as CIA hero Jack Ryan, so is Amazon’s first footage enough to convince you? Get a glimpse of John Krasinski as the title character, putting on his best Batman voice to intimidate some insurgents.
Hate Wesley Crusher All Over Again With the ‘Star Trek: TNG’ Honest Trailer
You don’t have to have watched the last fifty years of Star Trek to appreciate Discovery, but man, if this franchise doesn’t get weird. See for yourself, as The Next Generation gets an Honest Trailer for its craziest moments, including child-endangerment, ghost-boning and more!
Taylor Kitsch and Michael Shannon Face Off in First ‘Waco’ Series Trailer
TV cults are in full swing these days, and Friday Night Lights star Taylor Kitsch leads one of their most infamous in a new trailer. Journey to Waco, as a first trailer for the six-part Paramount series introduces us to a star-studded cast of Kitsch, Michael Shannon, Melissa Benoist and more.
‘Walking Dead’ Boss Hints at New Big Bad Debut in Season 8
The Walking Dead’s new key art made explicit Season 8's intent to adapt the comic “All Out War,” but could the battle with Negan really last sixteen episodes? Perhaps not, as showrunners hint that Season 8 will resolve the conflict, and potentially move on to a new, soft-sp…
Chappelle, Seinfeld and Netflix Comedians Invade ‘Stranger Things’ in New Ad
As if endless Netflix originals weren’t already frying our brains, we’re starting to see comedians in our favorite shows. Netflix took advantage of its comedy stable to put Dave Chappelle in Stranger Things, while Jerry Seinfeld advises Frank Underwood in a new crossover ad.
Sterling K. Brown Wins Outstanding Lead Actor in Drama at the 2017 Emmys
The 2017 Emmy Awards have brought us one of our biggest wins yet. After winning in another category last year, Sterling K. Brown has taken home another statue for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for This Is Us.
Bearded Barry’s Back, Flying Samurai Strikes in ‘Flash’ Season 4 Trailer
The Flash has a wide variety of speedsters that could live up to the name in Barry Allen’s absence, but the true scarlet speedster is about to be “Reborn.” See for yourself, as Barry makes a bearded exit from the speed force in a fresh trailer for Season 4.
‘Supergirl’ Is Done With Kara Danvers in New Season 3 Trailer
If Supergirl Season 1 was all about Kara learning to be her Super-self, and vice-versa for Season 2, Season 3 might abandon duality altogether. Supergirl is done with her human alter-ego in a new Season 3 trailer, and out for some serious Blood(sport).
‘Walking Dead’ Halts Production Again, This Time for Hurricane Irma
For the second time this year, The Walking Dead Season 8 is taking a brief hiatus from production. Hurricane Irma has forced a number of Georgia-based productions to close up shop for the time being, including CW series and several Marvel blockbusters.