Evan Romano, Decider

Evan Romano


Buffalo, NY, United States

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Past articles by Evan:

‘Kidding’ Episode 9 Review: “LT. Pickles”

The show's surreal, dark tone is really firing on all cylinders. → Read More

‘Kidding’ Episode 6 Recap: “The Cookie”

This episode's focus quickly settles in on Jeff and Vivian. → Read More

‘Kidding’ Episode 4 Recap: “Bye, Mom”

Finally it's the great Catherine Keener's time to shine! → Read More

‘Kidding’ Episode 3 Recap: “Every Pain Needs A Name”

This episode finds even more great work from Jim Carrey as the volatile but sweet force at its center. → Read More

‘Kidding’ Episode 1 Recap: “Green Means Go”

Kidding, from creator Dave Holstein (Weeds, I'm Dying Up Here) takes themes from the adult world — grief, depression, a constant wrestle with consumerism — and puts them up against the backdrop of a colorful children's show hosted by a delightful man in a sweater. Jim Carrey brings Jeff "Mr. Pickles" Piccirillo, the aforementioned delightful man in a sweater, to life. → Read More


After six albums with Parquet Courts, Andrew Savage has found the right time for his very own project → Read More

Don Lemon Sets The Record Straight On NFL Kneeling

CNN's Don Lemon perfectly explains the motivation of the widespread NFL protest of the past weekend, and how the message should not be misconstrued. → Read More

Can D'Arcy Carden Do Everything?

With major roles in 'The Good Place', 'Broad City,' and HBO's upcoming 'Barry', D'Arcy Carden seems destined to be the funniest one on your screen. → Read More

Here To Stay: Paul McCartney At Barclays Center

In a set lasting nearly three hours, Sir Paul McCartney proved at Barclays Center that there will always be a market for an icon at the top of his game. → Read More

No Sophomore Slump Here: Words and Images From The Meadows

For the second straight year, music-loving New Yorkers made their way up to Citi Field—and with Jay Z, Future, Gorillaz, and more, it came through again. → Read More

In First Year, Ithaca's Cayuga Sound Festival Eyes Lasting Success

With X Ambassadors, The Roots, and Margaret Glaspy in tow, Ithaca's Cayuga Sound Festival is looking for a strong inaugural year to build from. → Read More

Jay Z Is The Star Of A Stacked Lineup At The Meadows

At this weekend's sophomore iteration of The Meadows, there's a diverse range of music to be very excited about—but none as much as Brooklyn's own Jay Z. → Read More

Gorillaz To Host Williamsburg Pop-Up Store This Week

Before they bring their virtual reality act into actual reality, Gorillaz will be hosting a pop-up shop in Williamsburg on Thursday and Friday. → Read More

"Just So Real": Lawrence Gilliard Jr. On 'The Deuce' And David Simon

Talking with Lawrence Gilliard Jr., who worked with David Simon on both HBO's classic 'The Wire', and the same network's new Sunday staple 'The Deuce'. → Read More

Twin Peaks: The Return Is Worth Binging Again

Binging through David Lynch's immaculate 'Twin Peaks' revival makes for an immensely different viewing experience than watching on a week-to-week basis. → Read More

Donald Trump Agrees That He's Not Presidential Material, Apparently

Donald Trump 'liked' a Tweet this morning that said (sic) "after several typo's, he's just not presidential material". Finally, something to agree on! → Read More

With 'American Dream', LCD Soundsystem's Return Comes Full Circle

'American Dream' is the first full-length release since the 2016 return of LCD Soundsystem, and James Murphy knew the perfect recipe for a comeback. → Read More

PopGun Presents To Open Elsewhere, A Massive New Venue In Bushwick

With Elsewhere, PopGun Presents plans to build on what Glasslands previously offered. Parquet Courts, No Age, and Jlin are among the first confirmed acts. → Read More

'The Tick' Is Building Its Own World

'The Tick' finds Ben Edlund's superhero in the age of prestige TV, and as stars Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman tell us, it's blazing its own trail. → Read More

Taylor Swift's New Song Is Really Bad

Taylor Swift released the first single from her new album, 'Reputation,' last night, and despite her own build-up, it is really bad → Read More