We’re been waiting at the edges of our seats and dissecting every little rumor that has come through since AMC announced the zombie drama would be returning this fall, and this weekend The Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd dropped a big bombshell: the show is getting out of the wild and getting back into an urban environment.
Arguably the biggest question going into Season 5 of AMC's The Walking Dead is, “What’s the story with these Terminus people?” While popular guesswork identifies them as a group of blood-thirsty cannibals, Gimple still isn’t wholly giving into that notion. Is he playing coy, or have all the fans been duped here?
Now that AMC has moved The Walking Dead spinoff project to pilot, more information about the potential series has emerged, and that comes in the form of a list of principal characters and some descriptions, which fill in some of the sizable blanks about this project. There are five characters listed, but it's definitely worth noting that there are only three different last names among them.
Here at TV Blend, we get The Walking Dead hysteria. We totally understand the need to scour the Internet for insider scoops and potential spoilers. We can get behind nearly anything that is Walking Dead-based. Which is why an underground tavern complete with a human flesh burger is so darn cool.
The Walking Dead, out of necessity, is a series about being tough and learning to live off the land with no homestead and little stability. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that some of the actors who play in the series now live similar lifestyles. Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl on AMC’s hit series, recently admitted that he lives in the woods, now. Because obviously.
The new trailer for The Walking Dead offers thirty seconds of intense footage. Ok, a lot of it is probably familiar to those who've been keeping up with the previews. But there are a couple of new and very exciting tidbits, including Rick's line about this not being over until they're all dead, and Sasha's ominous words, "Three of us are gone."
Can Saul Goodman get an Amen? Doesn't look like he's having much luck there. The latest preview for the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul only gives us ten seconds of Saul Goodman, but it's ten seconds of great Saul goodness.
"Hunt or be hunted" is the message that's being promoted with the highly anticipated fifth season of The Walking Dead. Those words come across loud and clear in the latest trailer for Season 5, which you can check out ahead...
AMC always delivers the goods for their annual Fearfest promotion, and they’re bringing a shitload of classics this year in marathon form. It all starts with the network’s gruesome flagship drama The Walking Dead.
Following up on the previous promotional photos and episode stills, The Walking Dead has released some new character photos, which may hint that times are about to get really tough. Or maybe we're supposed to see the light pouring through the cracks of the wall behind them as a sign that there's hope?
There is good news on the horizon for fans of Robert Kirkman andThe Walking Dead. This week, executive producer David Alpert spoke with The Walking Dead’s parent network, AMC, to discuss some plans the show has in the cards for future episodes. It sounds as if the scariest villain yet will be making an appearance sooner rather than later.
AMC announced on Friday that the cable network is officially working on the Walking Dead spinoff that we’ve been hearing about (and hoping for) for nearly a year. The project is being described as a “companion series” and while the show is not going to go straight-to-series, a pilot has been ordered for the project, which will land in The Walking Dead universe.
The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into the fall 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! We’ve also listed shows that are expected to premiere at midseason, so if your favorite show doesn’t have a date, yet, check there first!
Earlier this month, The Walking Dead fans were abuzz over a question comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman addressed pertaining to Daryl's unspecified sexuality in the AMC zombie drama.
After months of waiting for it, AMC is finally getting its act together to air Better Call Saul. While the show won’t pop up on the cable station until 2015, AMC released a behind-the-scenes look at the series on Sunday. Additionally, we’ve finally been given a concrete premiere date.