Better Call Saul has been moving forward to series for what seems like forever. Luckily, AMC hasn’t left fans in the lurch, producing new behind-the-scenes looks at the brand new drama on the regular. This one should please the fans.
There’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes at big television networks, most of which we innocent audience members needn’t worry our pretty little heads about. The only time we do see the smoke of a blazing corporate fire is during contract disputes. Forget battling walkers. It's the corporate suits that are the real problem for Rick and co.
Marvel fans know exactly when they can find Tom Hiddleston returning to the role of Loki. But before any of that, the British actor will be getting his biggest television role to date, and it's opposite House's Huge Laurie!
Bob Odenkirk has become a big name over at AMC thanks to playing shady lawyer Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad, along with the soon-to-air series Better Call Saul. Despite the fact that Odenkirk has a good grip on the Saul Goodman character, it doesn’t come from watching his own work.
The death lottery on The Walking Dead is pretty randomly set up, especially when one tries to compare the TV show to the comic book series. But that doesn’t mean some educated guesses are out of the question, so here are five characters that we think might be biting the bullet (or neck-swallowing the machete or whatever) in Season 5.
Reedus and his Walking Dead co-star, Andrew Lincoln recently appeared at Walker Stalker Con to talk about their roles in the drama. When Lincoln popped up, however, he was noticeably missing his beard, causing Reedus to remark about the whereabouts of Lincoln’s facial hair.
As audiences are coming to grips with the explosive events that happened at Terminus during The Walking Dead’s Season 5 premiere, showrunner Scott Gimple & Co. are continuing to fill out this season’s cast. The latest to join the zombie drama is former American Horror Story actress.
Do you consider yourself a binge-watcher? Whatever your answer is, the rulebook on binge behavior has been completely rewritten by a German couple that dedicated a good portion of their lives to marathon-viewing the entirety of The Walking Dead Seasons 1-4.
Fans of The Walking Dead, both on and off of this website, have spent months theorizing and hypothesizing where the series is heading in Season 5 and beyond. Tonight’s excellent season premiere sent the Internet into a tizzy over the possible inclusion of the Walking Dead comics’ biggest and baddest villain, Negan.
While many networks are perfectly fine with splitting their time between scripted and unscripted series to balance off budgets, AMC is going against the grain. The network has announced they’re rededicating themselves to scripted programming and are abandoning almost all of their reality series, both those airing and those in development.
AMC can’t stop doling out great news related to The Walking Dead. This morning, the cable network announced that its popular zombie drama is officially coming back for Season 6. If you’ve paid any attention to The Walking Dead’s trajectory over the past several years, you already know that the show is a huge ratings bringer for AMC.
Better Call Saul hasn’t premiered on AMC, yet, but the network is busy unveiling plenty of related information and promos. On Sunday, AMC released the highly anticipated “The Song” for Better Call Saul. Country music artist Junior Brown is behind the performance, but if you listen to the lyrics carefully, you may get some hints as to what everybody’s favorite lawyer might be up to during Season 1.
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.