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.
Interactive ‘WarGames’ Series Sets March Premiere With New Trailer
Would you like to play a TV series re-imagining of a game? Eko and MGM’s interactive update of 1983 Matthew Broderick classic WarGames has a brand-new trailer, along with a mid-March launch date on every platform from iOS to Steam and Xbox One.
Marvel’s ‘Cloak and Dagger’ Go Their Separate Ways in Trippy New Trailer
Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger took their sweet time setting an official 2018 premiere, but Freeform is finally starting to lift the veil. A trippy new trailer for the star-crossed superhero drama follows Tyrone and Tandy on opposite sides of the tracks and bound for WonderCon.
That ‘Jersey Shore’ Reunion Is Already Returning for a Second Season
We don’t even know if the Jersey Shore crew can make it work in 2018, but they’re already setting up a second tanning bed. MTV’s imminent revival has booked a second Family Vacation a month before we even set foot in Miami.
‘Walking Dead’ Might Still Do a Time-Jump After [SPOILER]’s Death
The Walking Dead has returned for 2018, at last confirming that huge death hanging over the series. The moment also had the unexpected side-effect of dismissing a huge time-jump from the comics, but producers say “Old Man Rick” and a major status quo update may still take place.
Netflix ‘Lost in Space’ Reboot Finally Sets April Premiere in First Teaser
You’d be forgiven not to remember that Netflix confirmed a Lost in Space reboot series way back in 2016, but the danger to Will Robinson is finally real. The Jupiter 2 launches anew in our first teaser for the revamped sci-fi classic, which has already charted an April premiere.
Lauren Cohan Leaving ‘The Walking Dead’ Just Got Way More Likely
It’s starting to feel like The Walking Dead itself may have been bitten. Star Lauren Cohan recently went out for pilots in a likely bid to renegotiate her Walking Dead contract, but has now officially signed to a new series over displeasure with AMC’s offers.
‘This Is Us’ Star Sterling K. Brown and Bill Hader to Host ‘SNL’ in March
As if Golden Globes, SAG Awards and a role in Black Panther weren’t enough, Sterling K. Brown’s banner 2018 is adding another honor. The This Is Us star will make his SNL hosting debut in March, flanked by Charles Barkley and Bill Hader.
‘SNL’ Vet Colin Quinn Recovering From Valentine’s Day Heart Attack
Valentine’s Day very nearly broke our hearts in all-new ways. Comedian and SNL alum Colin Quinn is apparently recovering from a heart attack sustained on the heart-iest of days, but remains in good spirits and is now thanking well-wishers.
‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Returning as a Comic in November
Wet Hot American Summer sequel series Ten Years Later fulfilled the promise of the 2001 film; calling into question a third Netflix season. Producers have left that open-ended, but it seems Wet Hot American Summer will at least return in comic form from the writers of Gwenpool later this year.
Tracy Morgan Returns to TV With Tiffany Haddish in ‘The Last OG’ Trailer
We very nearly lost Tracy Morgan once upon a time, and now the 30 Rock and SNL alum has finally made his TV return. Get an extended look at Morgan’s new TBS post-prison comedy The Last OG, produced by Jordan Peele and featuring the always-delightful Tiffany Haddish.
Jodie Whittaker’s ‘Doctor Who’ Getting New Comic From All-Female Creative Team
Jodie Whittaker is more than just an inspiration to Doctor Who fans; she’s inspiring the comics industry as well. The long-running sci-fi serial’s first female Doctor will also regenerate a brand-new comic series this fall, as developed by an all-female creative team.
Ryan Murphy Just Signed a $300 Million Netflix TV and Movie Deal
Ratched and The Politician were just the beginning of Ryan Murphy’s Netflix career. The American Horror Story and Pose showrunner has officially made the streaming service his new home, signing a whopping $300 million deal to develop new series for the next five years.