'Walking Dead' AMA, Kesha on Stage & More: 5 Things We Loved This Week

The Walking Dead - Rick Grimes
Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes in "The Walking Dead." The zombie hit's lead character will die, creator Robert Kirkman has revealed. But is it a season seven spoiler? AMC/Frank Ockenfels

From speculation about The Walking Dead to Lena Dunham's new chapbook, here are five things we loved in Arts & Culture this week:

The Walking Dead season 6 finale
'The Walking Dead' season 6 finale featured a major cliffhanger. Who did Negan kill? Showrunner Scott Gimple has offered his take on backlash to the ending. AMC
  • Embattled pop star Kesha will be back in the public eye Sunday when she performs at the Billboard Music Awards. The singer, who's been locked in a battle with producer Dr. Luke, who she claims abused her, was initially blocked by her record label from appearing at the show. After much public criticism, the label, Kemosabe, approved her performance, provided she doesn't use it as a forum to comment on ongoing litigation.
Kesha in 2014
Kesha attends the premiere of Disney's "Planes: Fire & Rescue" in Hollywood, California, July 15, 2014. The singer will go ahead with her performance at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday. Kevin Winter/Getty
  • The return of Gilmore Girls is almost upon us. The TV series now has an official title for its Netflix revival—Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life—and will consist of four, 90-minute episodes when it premieres in the fall. Star Lauren Graham said on the Ellen show this week that shooting is almost complete.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
Lorelai and Rory Gilmore are back in Netflix's revival of "Gilmore Girls." The show will launch in the fall. Netflix
  • Lena Dunham announced the sale of a chapbook for charity based on her college journals. Profits from Is it Evil Not to be Sure? will go toward Girls Write Now, a writing and mentoring organization for underserved girls. "It's so important that young women are told this is a valid form of expression, that their voices are worth celebratingm and that they have within them the tools to create a new narrative," Dunham said. "Girls Write Now is a gift not just to the young women it serves but to the rest of us who will become their devoted readers."
Actress and writer Lena Dunham arrives at the Blossom Ball benefiting the Endometriosis Foundation of America, hosted by EFA Founders Padma Lakshmi and Dr. Tamer Seckin at Pier 60 on April 19 in New York City. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty