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
From Baz Luhrmann comes Netflix’s The Get Down, a big, vibrant, sometimes messy exploration of the birth of hip-hop.
Amazon reveals new details about The Man in the High Castle season 2, as well as a series of images of the cast.
A new image posted to social media by Stephen Amell suggests the filming has begun on the Arrowverse crossover episode.
Netflix’s summer hit Stranger Things still doesn’t officially have a second season, but Reed Hastings has said a renewal is likely.
A new set video for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant offers a glimpse at Katherine Waterston’s character and teases the film’s release.
Echo Kellum’s on-screen alter ego Curtis Holt may be closer than ever to becoming Mr. Terrific in Arrow season 5.
At the summer TCA press tour, NBC said viewers overwhelmingly want previous episodes available online if they’re going to tune in.
Buzz for Suicide Squad continues to build ahead of its premiere, and now some analysts believe the film will break box office records.
Netflix’s BoJack Horseman concludes season 3 on a somber and introspective mark, proving again it’s one of the best series on TV.
Gotham executive producer Danny Cannon and actor Chris Chalk talk Bruce’s alter ego in season 3, and the threat of the Court of Owls.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD season 4 will bring Ghost Rider into the fold, here’s how the producers and actors think he’ll work.
While doing his show live from Comic-Con, Conan O’Brien auditioned a few celebrities for the role of young Han Solo.
In a Comic-Con interview, Stephen Amell discusses what to look forward to in Arrow season 5 and what the show learned from season 4.
During his appearance as Comic-Con 2016, Stephen Amell spoke about bringing the flashbacks to an end in season 5.
The first trailer for Telltale’s Batman game has been released, and it depicts an adventure that’s as much about Bruce Wayne as it is his alter ego.
Season 3 of Gotham has found its Mad Hatter in The Walking Dead actor Benedict Samuel.