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.
‘Sesame Street’s ‘Orange Is the New Snack’ Is Their Best Parody Yet
Sesame Street is no stranger to parodying more mature series, even if the children watching have no concept of the show in question. We’d doubt if any kids have even heard of Orange Is the New Black, but there’s an odd charm to its wholesome Orange Is the New Snack makeover.
Dan Harmon Shares Existential Crisis in New ‘Rick and Morty’ Featurette
Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is as much an out-there sci-fi trip as it is one man’s obsessive quest for McNugget sauce, but there’s a deeper, more existential panic at work. Ahead of Season 3, allow Dan Harmon to allay your fears of universal indifference with a new featurette.
Trump’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Is Exactly As Horrifying As You Think
The timeliness of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale made it a go-to reference against the Trump administration, but taking that connection literally is another matter. See for yourself, as Funny Or Die puts a terrifying spin on Trump’s The Handmaid’s Tale with a few moments that…
Judgment Day Has Come in Spike’s Creepy New ‘The Mist’ Trailer
Reinventing Stephen King is tricky business, but Spike’s The Mist seems plenty terrifying in its own right. The upcoming adaptation of King’s bleak novella has a brand-new trailer that looks scarier than anything on television.
‘Breaking Bad’ VR Project in Development With Vince Gilligan
Breaking Bad fans have already given the series a second life in AMC’s Better Call Saul, but there may be yet a third layer to Walter White’s legacy. Creator Vince Gilligan has begun development of a virtual reality project based on the iconic meth drama, potentially with talent attach…
Report: ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 9 Sets Fall Premiere
HBO knows to step back and let Larry David do his thing when it comes to Curb Your Enthusiasm, but we’ll need a premiere date eventually. Well, Leon himself may have given us the scoop, as reports say J.B. Smoove announced a fall return.
Watch Showtime ‘Twin Peaks’ First Two Episodes Streaming Free
Showtime’s Twin Peaks may not have offered the ratings smash network heads hoped, but its online presence has given the mystery drama a major boost. Now, ahead of Sunday’s fifth episode premiere, new Twin Peaks is coming back in style with the first two episodes streaming free.
Marvel’s New Animated ‘Spider-Man’ Goes Homemade in First Clip
Spider-Man will have his official Marvel Homecoming in just a few weeks’ time, but the animated incarnation of our beloved wall-crawler is coming home as well. Meet the new animated Marvel’s Spider-Man, as a first clip sees the webhead going low-tech in a battle against the Scorpion.
T.J. Miller Explains ‘Silicon Valley’ Exit, Likely Never Returning
We don’t see terribly much turnover in the world of prestige comedy, and T.J. Miller’s exit from HBO’s Silicon Valley certainly caught fans by surprise. The comedian now speaks out on why Season 5 will leave Erlich Bachman behind, adding “It’s a funny joke for him …
‘Sharknado’ Faces ‘Global Swarming’ as 5th Film Announces Cameos
Global Warming remains a very real threat to the world, but minor bright side – we don’t have flying sharks to deal with (yet). Not so for Sharknado, which winds into a fifth movie with a new Global Swarming subtitle, and a list of cameos from Fabio, to Tony Hawk, Kathy Lee Gifford and…
‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Featurette Teases ‘The World Is Gone’
We’re now eight seasons into The Walking Dead, and three into companion series Fear The Walking Dead, so there’s no pretending the world is fighting back. An extended new featurette for the latter’s June premiere cements as much, also revealing exactly what became of Madison, Tr…
FX ‘The Americans’ Gets Horrifically Dark Sitcom Makeover
FX Russian spy drama The Americans feels uncomfortably topical in its twilight years, so we could use a laugh. A deeply … deeply unsettling laugh. Ahead of Season 5’s finale, have a look at The Americans as a cheery ‘80s sitcom centered around Paige, with no horrific murder, esp…