For four-and-a-half seasons now, Rick has pushed through one emotional boundary after another in order to do “what it takes” to keep Carl and the others safe. But what if Rick wasn’t around, and it was up to someone else to serve as head honcho?
Similar to its predecessor, Better Call Saul is about a man working harder than necessary to carve out a path to, if not happiness, then undeniable success. Though there are other obvious similarities to be found, no one should be expecting Breaking Bad: Round 2, but here are five things fans can expect.
Over the course of The Walking Dead’s run, fans have watched Daryl Dixon experience trials and tribulations that would put anyone in a bad place. (That was HIS deer!) Nothing is getting any easier, either, and the second half of Season 5 kicks off right after the tragic events of the midseason finale, so Daryl will be particularly unhinged.
Four and a half seasons into The Walking Dead, if fans aren't expecting "brutal" and "emotional" from the AMC zombie drama, they really haven't been paying attention. And yet, by the comments from series star Andrew Lincoln, it sounds as though TWD's aiming to top itself in the second half of Season 5.
The Walking Dead is set to return to the schedule in just a few short days, airing on AMC on February 17. To promote the upcoming episodes, the network has just released the first full two minutes of the Season 5 winter premiere, and the whole thing is pretty somber.
In case you needed proof of why Saul Goodman got his own spin-off show, we’ve got you covered. AMC’s Better Call Saul will premiere in less than a week now, and the scheming smart-mouth lawyer will be taking up a lot more screentime.
We could fill blood-splattered notebooks with questions about where The Walking Dead is headed when it continues Season 5 next month, but I admit I’d already written Beth’s influences off, assuming she’d get some passing mentions and then fade into whatever nothingness that passed Walking Dead characters go to. However...
Despite the official denial of any crossover events between The Walking Dead and its spinoff pilot, that’s what conversations keep swarming around, and this is the dooziest info yet.
While network television is still competing for as many eyeballs as possible, some of the cable networks are trying to resonate with viewers in other ways. Recently, a research department compiled a study of the Top 10 lists from critics and determined there are three networks that stand out on “best of” lists.
Part of The Walking Dead spinoff's cast has been signed on, and early claims have denied that crossovers will happen. But things said now, before a pilot is shot, don’t always reflect what occurs if and when a show goes to series. And that’s where one particular character may or may not come into it.
The second half of Season 5 is going to be bringing us a lot of new faces, which is good considering the amount of characters they’ve managed to kill off in the previous episodes. Now Season 5 has added this mystery character!
Better Call Saul gave potential audiences a solid new look at the series earlier today, but as it goes for everything in Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s universe, there’s always some bad to go with the good. Now we know two characters who definitely won't be showing up in Season 1.
Seemingly scumbag lawyer, Saul Goodman may not have always been the professional he claims to be when we first met him in Breaking Bad. Take a look at the dramatic extended trailer for Better Call Saul.
AMC just dropped a new promotional video for the second half of Season 5 of The Walking Dead. One this is clear, these characters are not happy. But happiness doesn't matter. As Rick Grimes puts it, surviving is all that matters...
We’re getting ever closer to the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead's Season 5, and after such a soul-crushing midseason finale, it's time to rejoin the group and see what their next step will be. We've seen the first promo art for this next half-season of The Walking Dead, and it's raised some big questions!