This has been an awesome year for women on TV with some truly awesome characters, and thankfully, the ladies aren't beholden to any one specific network or even format. From premium cable to network television to basic cable, these ladies are different ages and different nationalities.
Following the announcement that Cobalt has cast its male lead, the spinoff to The Walking Dead has cast its female lead. We've got the details for you here.
Michael Rooker is back to fighting zombies and teaching about road safety. We have the clip for you here! Seriously, it is certainly nice seeing Merle back in the land of walkers.
It looks like Robert Kirkman is threatening to kill off a major character on The Walking Dead. Is this fan favorite in danger?
Guys, itís Christmas time, and during the holidays, you tell the truth. So I have to be honest when I say, this video is everything my walker-loving, Love Actually-fangirl heart has ever wanted. Check out the amazing mashup of The Walking Dead and Love Actually after the jump.
What's going on on the other side of the country during the zombie apocalypse? If The Walking Dead spinoff makes it to air, it looks like we'll find out, as we now know that the AMC pilot is going to be set in Los Angeles.
Weíve compiled a handy guide of 2015 premiere and return dates. The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into midseason season. In the meantime, if there's a new or returning show you don't see on here, feel free to leave a comment and we'll see if we can dig up the date for you.
AMC's The Walking Dead is missing from Today's Golden Globes nominations. The Walking Dead has only gotten better with each new season, and it certainly deserves to start getting recognition from the likes of the Globes and the Emmys. Letís talk about why The Walking Dead needs to start getting nominated for some awards.
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman is almost always willing to give fans insight into the post-apocalyptic world of both his comics and the TV series. And now we know how human-on-infected sex works in that universe.
This past weekend came to a close with loads of excitement, as The Walking Dead turned out a ratings bonanza with its midseason finale. Some fans weren't too happy with it, however, and this is how they're reacting.
For The Walking Deadís lead role of Rick Grimes, British actor Andrew Lincoln donned a quasi-American accent, grew out all the hair on his head and face, and has bounced between normal and crazy for the past five seasons. Now we know who'll do something similar for the spinoff.
If youíve been paying any attention to The Walking Dead, thereís a good chance youíve heard many of the complaints from fans who were spoiled about a big moment from Sundayís midseason finale. Unfortunately, many of those people who were spoiled actually found out through The Walking Deadís own official Facebook page.
With the dust barely settled from The Walking Deadís midseason finale last night, AMC isnít wasting any time in shifting some focus to the upcoming Walking Dead spinoff pilot. Which is nicknamed Cobalt for the time being, because thatís just fun.
The Walking Dead is notorious for its gore and its action, as well as its gut-wrenching moments. These are the top 9 moments that ripped our hearts out on the show.
The Walking Dead just reached the halfway point of its fifth season, and if the numbers are any indication -- or the most obvious one, anyway -- the series' is still growing its audience.