For the past three seasons, Kinney has played Beth Greene, Hershel’s youngest daughter on the locally shot hit AMC drama. But Kinney’s wry observations on the complicated single lives of urban millennials on her brand-new EP "Expired Love" are a world away from Beth’s rural Georgia reality of the staggering undead.
Andrew Lincoln was over a half hour late to his only-half-hour-long panel during Walker Stalker. So the audience was getting a tad worried, not to mention irritated. But by about five seconds into the talk, all was forgiven.
In addition to zombies, subjects popular with Daily Agenda readers included the Braves' relocation to Cobb County, DragonCon cofounder Ed Kramer's legal drama, and the sudden and strange departure of a local TV news anchor. Also, Bat Dad and a Mumford & Sons comeuppance.
During the Walker Stalker con, Emory University served up four of its fattest, juiciest brains for a Saturday morning panel discussion on Zombie Ethics. The results were, um, heady.
Starting Thursday, SCAD will kick off a celebration of all things television at their Atlanta campus with the 2nd annual aTVfest (not to be confused with an ATV fest—totally different thing).
Three Walking Dead cast members discuss the windfall from "Too Far Gone" and preview what's next in the series.
The mystery of who mailed letters containing ricin to president Obama and New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has been getting even more mysterious. And now has a zombie connection!
The Walking Dead returns after a mid-season break. And our haiku recaps return, too. The Carl and Michonne / Go walkabout episode / Where's everyone else?