12:46 AM EDT 09/24/2016
The Walking Dead
Originally posted 09/23/2016 11:45AM
[YOUTUBE "pZg1I5pCABU"] On Saturday, The Walking Dead star Danai Gurira will speak out for HIV/AIDS education and eradication in Africa by presenting a special video (from Johnson & Johnson) at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City.
The video, which follows the lives of children living in the Nyumbani Village (a sustainable AIDS community in Nairobi, Kenya), is a project that is very near and dear to her heart.
The village, which was founded to support elders and children who are living with AIDS or orphaned due to AIDS, has become a model of support for communities affected by the AIDS pandemic. All of which the Zimbabwean American actress has witnessed with her own eyes after growing up in Southern Africa.
Originally posted 09/23/2016 11:35AM
When some of our favorite TV shows ended in the spring, they went out with deadly cliffhangers and shocking last-minute reveals. Now as our favorite shows return, we're keeping tabs on the biggest questions and offering up some answers (check back as more shows premiere)!
Warning for those who haven't yet watched the season premieres of Empire, Grey's Anatomy and Transparent: Plot details will be revealed.
Originally posted 09/13/2016 06:55PM
Alexandra Breckenridge welcomed son Jack on Sept. 3
Originally posted 09/06/2016 02:10PM
Sonequa Martin-Green has a very personal reason for wanting to take take part in the Stand Up to Cancer telecast this year.
"I'm someone who's been really affected by this evil disease – it runs rampant in my family," the star of The Walking Dead tells PEOPLE.
It's a cause that hits close to home for the actress in tragic ways: Martin-Green's mother is a three-time cancer survivor and her sister survived breast cancer while several aunts, uncles and grandparents have died fighting it.
But the proximity of the disease to her life has showed her how strong people – and especially her mother – can be.
FROM EW: The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus Says the 'World Is Completely Turned Upside Down' in Season 7
Originally posted 08/01/2016 12:25PM
It was hard, and they had to go through things all the time, but they were on a path, and now that path has been ripped from their feet," said Reedus
Originally posted 07/24/2016 02:40PM
Michael Rooker thrilled Marvel fans at San Diego's Comic-Con International on Saturday when he showed up on stage in the full costume, blue-skinned makeup and brightly lit head-fin of Yondu Udanta, his space-pirating Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 character. And while the 61-year-old actor admits the film's director and his longtime friend James Gunn talked him into it, he didn't have to twist his arm.
Originally posted 07/22/2016 06:15PM
[YOUTUBE "SmUz88zoIg0"] The end is near for one of Negan's victims – The Walking Dead officially has a premiere date.
Originally posted 06/27/2016 09:00PM
The actress is expecting her first child, a son, in September
Photographer Speaks Out About Controversy-Sparking Photo Shoot of Kids Recreating Disturbing Scenes from The Walking Dead: 'I've Been Bashed All Day'
Originally posted 06/07/2016 04:20PM
Alana Hubbard, a New Jersey-based photographer who owns Mother Hubbard Photography created a photo shoot paying homage to the AMC hit's most memorable, often disturbing scenes – only with child models, including her own two children. And, despite the envelope-pushing concept, she was nonetheless surprised when the images resulted in a ban from Facebook and the anger of hundreds of strangers.
Originally posted 05/30/2016 06:00PM
As Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's explosive divorce continues to escalate, friends, family and celebrities are throwing their support behind each star.
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