This week, Michael Cudlitz talks to TV Guide and The Hollywood Reporter about what’s to come for Abraham, while Gale Anne Hurd discusses the back half of Season 4. Plus, Entertainment Weekly gets Emily Kinney’s take on “Inmates.” Read on for more:
• Great curiosity surrounds the introduction of Abraham, Eugene and Rosita in “Inmates,” and Michael Cudlitz tries to provide some answers to TV Guide, The Hollywood Reporter and TV Fanatic.
• Yahoo TV learns from Gale Anne Hurd that the rest of Season 4 will focus on “how the loss of the prison, how the loss of Hershel, affects everyone, in addition to their hope of reuniting.”
• Emily Kinney tells Entertainment Weekly that “Beth feels very alone and Daryl isn’t the most open person in the world, so even though she has a partner in this, she still feels extremely alone.”
• Variety reports that The Walking Dead, with “Inmates,” again beat the Olympics in the ages 18-to-49 demographic.
• Forbes applauds The Walking Dead for the “girl power” on display in “Inmates.”
• Zap2it has some backstory for the new characters: Abraham, Eugene and Rosita.
• ComicBook.com points out how Abraham, Eugene and Rosita were posed in the final scene of “Inmates” exactly as they are on the cover of issue 53 of The Walking Dead graphic novel.
• The Los Angeles Times reports that Greg Nicotero and Jake Garber won a Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild award for special makeup effects.
• Regarding Michonne and Rick, TV Guide asks, “Should they or shouldn’t they?” Especially since the two have “formed a bond over their strained survival and emotional instability.”
• Men’s Journal profiles Norman Reedus and calls Daryl “the beloved crossbow-carrying badass in the sensationally dark The Walking Dead.”
• Emily Kinney talks to The (N.J.) Star-Ledger about her dual acting and music careers, noting that “they fuel each other.”
• Wetpaint shares some key answers from a Norman Reedus Twitter Q&A ahead of the Mid-Season Premiere.
• FEARnet points out six notable zombie cameos, including homages to George Romero’s Day of the Dead and Lucio Fulci’s Zombie.
• The Fort Worth (Tex.) Star-Telegram interviews Taylor Towery, one of The Walking Dead‘s regular zombie actors. She says she’s been killed five or six times: “I do like the decapitation. That is my favorite.”
• For recaps and reviews of Season 4, Episode 10, “Inmates,” check out Access Hollywood, Entertainment Weekly, E! Online, The Hollywood Reporter, The Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times, MTV, the New York Daily News, The (N.J.) Star-Ledger, Time, TV Guide, TVLine, Vulture.com, The Wall Street Journal and Zap2it.
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