Kevin is Screen Rant’s TV Editor. He is a graduate of the University of Wyoming and the University of Washington. In addition to Screen Rant, Kevin’s work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, and various online outlets.
Articles by Kevin Yeoman
At New York Comic-Con, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman reveals that his original plans for Negan took the character down a different path.
In conjunction with the season 5 premiere, Arrow star Stephen Amell offers a clear look at Oliver’s new Green Arrow costume.
In an exclusive interview with Screen Rant, the antagonists of Marvel’s Luke Cage discuss their characters’ place in the MCU and what power really means.
NBC’s new time-travel adventure series, Timeless, from Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan, offers a somewhat silly take on a familiar sci-fi premise.
The world of HBO’s Westworld is vast and multilayered. We dig into the series premiere to offer some insight into the burning questions.
Fear the Walking Dead brings season 2 to a close with a two-hour finale that offers plenty of action and one surprising demise.
HBO’s Westworld from Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams premieres with an absorbing first episode that demonstrates the immense scope of the series.
Season 2 of Ash vs. Evil Dead premieres with a much stronger storyline and an interest in exploring Ash’s past.
Keiynan Lonsdale discusses Wally West’s faster-than-expected transition into Kid Flash, thanks to the events of Flashpoint.
Luke Cage moves to his own self-titled Netflix series that works in large part because of the effort put into making the setting an interesting place.
Two new promos and a new poster for HBO’s upcoming Westworld series take viewers deeper into the ideas behind the story.
The Simpsons gears up for season 28 with Mr. Burns putting on a variety show in order finance the rebuilding of Springfield.
The new poster for The CW’s Arrow season 5 puts Oliver Queen and bow front and center as the one true protector of Star City.
FX Network responds to the critical acclaim of its two newest comedies, Atlanta and Better Things, by offering early renewals for both.
The 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards gave out television’s top honors. Find out if your favorites went home a winner.