Walking Dead is ending, but kind of not really; Supernatural wraps final episode and everyone’s talking about it; and a familiar face returns to Dancing With the Stars — here’s all the entertainment news and gossip you missed over the last week from Hollywood.
Entertainment News — Walking Dead Demise? Not So Fast
AMC announced that the upcoming 11th season of The Walking Dead, set to bow in 2021, will be its last. But that doesn’t mean the permanent end of the zombie drama. Apparently, there are two spinoffs of cable’s all-time highest-rated series in the works, and Entertainment Hub has the details.
The final episode of Supernatural was filmed, which means the cult series is coming to an end after 15 seasons. A slew of stars who’ve guest-starred on the show, including a group of actors from daytime, paid tribute to the show on social media. Here’s what they had to say.
Derek Hough Returns to Dancing
Derek Hough is returning to Dancing With the Stars after a four-year absence from the reality series, but he won’t be strutting his stuff on the dance floor this time around. The six-time Mirrorball champion has got a brand new role on his old show, and it all has to do with Len Goodman.
Farewell to Two Legends
Hollywood has lost a pair of beloved and talented performers. Dame Diana Rigg, known for her roles as Emma Peel on the original TV series The Avengers and Lady Olenna Tyrell on Game of Thrones, passed away on September 10. The actress, who had been diagnosed with cancer in March, was 82.
Kevin Dobson, remembered as Telly Savalas’s sidekick, Det. Bobby Crocker, on Kojak, and Michele Lee’s husband, “Mack” MacKenzie on Knots Landing, died on September 6. Find out more about his incredible life and see what former co-star Donna Mills (ex-Abby, KL) had to say.
Real Housewives Down A Member
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is losing one of its popular stars. Find out which of its lovely ladies has decided to ditch the reality series and won’t be filming any new episodes.
Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Me, Supergirl) has been in a Twitter war with Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz, but he got some backup from an old co-star. Amber Tamblyn stepped up to defend him and here’s what she had to say.