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.
Last nightís somewhat saddening midseason finale put a cap on The Walking Dead for the next two months. But let's go back into Season 4 to relive a scene so disgusting that AMC forced The Walking Deadís creative team to edit it. Splat.
If you just finished watching tonight's midseason finale of The Walking Dead, then there's probably nothing you want to know more than what'll happen next for Rick, Daryl and the crew when the zombie drama returns in February. Luckily, we already have a clue.
Viewers spent so much time watching Bob Odenkirk run away from trouble on Breaking Bad that itís odd to see him readily picking a fight with a relative stranger in the first clip from Better Call Saul, which aired during tonight's Walking Dead midseason finale.
In the age of the internet, itís hard to avoid TV spoilers. Usually those spoilers come from random news and social media posts, but rarely do they come from the pages of the shows themselves. On Sunday, however, The Walking Dead's social media team made a huge flub.
The question of whether or not The Walking Dead's Daryl is gay has been a topic of interest among some fans, due in large part to comments made by series creator Robert Kirkman earlier this year regarding the character's sexuality, which has remained unaddressed on the series.
The Walking Dead has featured a lot of emotional moments for its characters over the course of its four-and-a-half seasons, and one of them had Norman Reedus sobbing uncontrollably.
It is hard to believe that The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman can have any regrets about his massively successful franchise. However, there is one thing from way back in Season 1 that still seems to gnaw at the prolific creator even all these years later.
Is it just me, or has this season of The Walking Dead completely flown by? It feels like the season just started, and weíre already staring down the barrel of the mid-season hiatus. If youíre not caught up on The Walking Dead, you may want to before reading a little about the epic showdown happening soon.
Better Call Saul is officially set for a 2-night premiere in February. There's a new teaser for AMC's hugely anticipated Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul, and this one leaves us positively tingling with anticipation. Grab a quarter and hit play!
The Walking Dead has given TV audiences a lot of things that would have been censored by networks in the early years of television. We're seemingly beyond all that now, but find out which episode almost didn't make it past the censors.
Better Call Saul has been moving forward to series for what seems like forever. Luckily, AMC hasnít 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.
Thereís a lot that goes on behind the scenes at big television networks, most of which we innocent audience members neednít 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!