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’ Will Film Multiple Season 8 Endings to Throw Off Leaks
Game of Thrones producers knew by Season 7 that filming details would inevitably leak out; to which they posed that certain scenes were staged for exactly that purpose. Few were necessarily fooled, but Season 8 may go the extra mile to film several endings to the Song of Ice and Fire saga.
‘South Park’ Takes on Confederate Flags in First Season 21 Clip
South Park may have opted to skew less political in Season 21, but that doesn’t mean Matt Stone and Trey Parker will shy away from current(ish) events. Our first clip from the new season picks up where Charlottesville left off, as certain South Park townsfolk defend Confederate history.
‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Lives Up to the Name in Ominous Season 3 Teaser
The “Crazy” in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has been a point of contention from the series’ start, but Season 3 is looking awfully Fatal Attraction. Rebecca Bunch is a woman scorned in the first teaser, and no pretzel is safe.
Maria Bamford’s ‘Lady Dynamite’ Spoofs Netflix Pitch in First Season 2 Teaser
It’s been over a year since Netflix first brought us Maria Bamford’s pug-tastic Lady Dynamite, and we’re finally getting back in her head. Our first Season 2 teaser sets a November premiere, and takes a few potshots at Netflix in the process.
‘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.
Fork Yeah, ‘The Good Place’ Is Back for Season 2 in First Clip
NBC’s Kristen Bell-fronted The Good Place is poised to run very differently in Season 2, following that whopper of a twist from the finale. Now that all cards are on the table, our first clip from the September return takes us into Good Place 2.0, along with Ted Danson returning as its beleag…
‘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…
‘South Park’ Probably Done With ‘Member Berries’ and Garrison-Trump
Like most, South Park had to readjust in the wake of 2016’s election, and decided to simplify. Now, creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker reveal that Season 21 will do away with last year’s staples altogether, including a Trumped-up Garrison and those meme-able “Member Berries..…
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!
Here’s Why Amazon’s ‘The Tick’ Was Split Into Half-Seasons
Those tuning into Amazon’s reboot of The Tick this weekend were hit with two surprises. For one, the series itself proved much more layered than expected, and second; the season was only half-streamed. Now, showrunners explain why the second half of The Tick Season 1 will premiere in 2018.