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We’ve been hearing about the likelihood of Negan getting cast in the sixth season of The Walking Dead for a while. The signs have been clear that Negan will be coming sooner rather than later and now we finally know who has signed on.
Over the past five seasons and change, The Walking Dead has done a great job of tossing in pop culture references that aren’t immediately obvious. This past episode is no exception, as "Now" referenced Alien in a unique way.
Undead corpses have held a place in the hearts of horror geeks ever since George A. Romero brought them to the mainstream with Night of the Living Dead in 1968. Now it seemsmore of Romero's zombies could be coming to AMC.
We’ve obsessed over clues related to whether or not the fan-favorite character could possibly have survived, but The Walking Dead hasn’t returned to the storyline at all. Recently, however, TWD actor Ross Marquand revealed The Walking Dead’s big plan to reveal Glenn’s fate.
The Walking Dead has grossed us out with nasty zombies on numerous occasions. It is, after all, expected in a show full of zombies. However, this week’s episode went above and beyond in the way of seriously gross walkers, thanks to Maggie and Aaron’s trip into the sewer…
After last week’s episode-length journey into Morgan’s past, tonight’s “Now” brought us back into the lives of the Alexandrians. We still aren’t quite sure what’s up with Daryl, Abraham and Sasha, but we know all too well what's up with someone else.
For almost two full weeks now, The Walking Dead fans have been running mental circles around anything and everything that could have possibly happened near the end of Episode 3. Now we know one thing that didn't happen.
Though Breaking Bad fans had general reservations about Better Call Saul when the spinoff was announced, the show proved itself to be a masterclass in excising the maximum amount of drama from a relatively small-scale situation. We can't wait for Season 2.
While The Walking Dead fans are still trying to figure out what happened to Glenn and whether or not Pacifist Morgan is going to survive in Alexandria, the show’s creative team may have just cast the franchise’s most deadly villain.
We all know that The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus is an interesting guy. So it should make sense to everyone reading this that Reedus’ favorite day on the set of the hit AMC zombie drama involved Daryl dealing with some pretty gross stuff.
I try not to be a doomsayer, but it’s hard to stray from that path when talking about The Walking Dead, a show that spells “doom” with 17 “O”s. One of the stars just revealed something about his character that has us worried about someone else.
Even though there are a slew of comic book-based projects either in the works or already on television, the nice thing about the various programs on TV is that all feature very different characters with very different outlooks regarding saving the day. Some of these heroes are cheerier and some are a whole lot darker.
The Walking Dead is a high-octane action series, but it’s also a cable drama that is known for biding its time with certain big plotlines and reveals. While the episode was Morgan-focused, last night we got a major hint regarding a plot point.
For so many months now, The Walking Dead has kept fans out of the loop on what turned Morgan from a psychotic mess to the calm and collected stick-swinging warrior now living in Alexandria’s walls. "Here's Not Here" told us just that.
If you were hoping today would bring news that would make you feel like a foreknowledge-bearing prophet, this is the story for you. Just three episodes into Season 6 of The Walking Dead, AMC has renewed it for Season 7.