The Walking Dead creator is joining the ranks of the uber-producers.
Robert Kirkman's latest comic-to-TV adaptation, Outcast, has been picked up to series at Cinemax, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The HBO sibling network has handed out a 10-episode order to the series, with a premiere date yet to be determined.
The Walking Dead alum Emily Kinney is headed to a different comic book adaption.
She will guest-star on CW's The Flash as Brie Larvan, described as a reimagining of the classic DC villain Bertram Larvan (Bug-Eyed Bandit). In the comics, the Bug-Eyed Bandit was an inventor who created an army of mechanical insects to do his bidding. He traditionally has been a nemesis of the Atom, played by Brandon Routh on Arrow.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from The Walking Dead comic series.]
When AMC's The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its fifth season on Sunday, Rick Grimes and his ragtag group of survivors will find themselves in familiar territory: Back on the road and mourning the loss of a friend.
If The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman had the shocking season one finale to do all over again, Noah Emmerich's Edwin Jenner — the Center for Disease Control doc — could still be alive in the zombie drama.
AMC’s The Walking Dead is adding another series regular.
Relative newcomer Ross Marquand will join the zombie drama based on Robert Kirkman’s long-running comics, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Marquand’s character will be introduced in the second half of the show’s fifth season and will be a series regular — with the likelihood to serve in the same capacity in the already announced sixth season.