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The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 9 Photos Show Us Michonne, Rick, Carl And Walkers
The Walking Dead will return for the second half of its fourth season in a matter of weeks. Following the recently released featurette that looks at what's ahead for some of the characters, AMC has graciously released some new episode stills from Episode 9, "After," which is set to air February 9. The above image shows Michonne doing what she does best, slashing walkers with her sword. But it's this next one that's really intriguing…
Breaking Bad's Jonathan Banks Joins Better Call Saul As A Series Regular
One of the major up-sides to AMC's Better Call Saul series being a prequel is that it opens up the opportunity to bring back pretty much anyone from Breaking Bad at some point or another, whether it be for a cameo or a bigger arc in the series.
The Walking Dead Season 4.5 Preview Teases Deeper And Darker Territory
Intense. Exciting. Deeper. Darker. These are some of the words used to describe what's coming up in the second half of Season 4 of The Walking Dead, along with the questions, How do we get everyone back together? How do we stay safe? How do we find sanctuary?
The Walking Dead Season 4 Mid-Season Trailer Teases Misery And A Bad Moon Rising
If the song that’s playing in the new trailer for the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead is any indication, there’s a “Bad Moon Rising” for the characters as the zombie drama returns for the second half of its fourth season. Remember back in the old days when the characters on The Walking Dead were all out in the open, trying to find shelter and resources without getting eaten by zombies?
Breaking Bad-style Blue Meth Making The Rounds In New Mexico
Here’s a product I doubt AMC wants anything to do with. Blue meth resembling the drug Walter White was known to perfect in the popular AMC drama Breaking Bad is reportedly making the rounds in New Mexico.
Better Call Saul Set For November, Spy Thriller 'Turn' Trailer, Breaking Bad On Netflix And Other AMC Updates
Jamie Bell and Seth Tumrich are looking ready for a revolution in the above promotional photo for AMC’s promising looking upcoming spy thriller Turn. And that’s just one of numerous tidbits the cable channel shared in anticipation of their 2014 programming slate. AMC also announced a number of release dates — or release timeframes — for their new and returning shows, including the return of Mad Men...
Breaking Bad's Vince Gilligan Says Better Call Saul Has To Be A Different Kind Of Show
It probably won’t be long before we all start to go through serious Breaking Bad withdrawal. Oh, sure, the series wrapped up months ago, but the satisfaction of a drama well concluded will eventually wear off and those of us who anticipated the series’ return each year will find ourselves reminding ourselves that Breaking Bad isn’t coming back this year.
The Walking Dead Season 4 Midseason Poster Puts Rick In The Background
“Don’t look back,” the new key art for The Walking Dead Season 4.5 urges in red lettering, set above the profiles of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his son Carl (Chandler Riggs). The two can be seen walking along a train track, an indication that they’re, once again, on the move. That’s hardly a spoiler, given how the first half of Season 4 wrapped up. (Spoilers if you aren’t caught up!)
Turn Trailer Gives Us Another Look At AMC's Revolutionary War Spy Thriller
Following up on the first trailer for AMC’s revolutionary new drama Turn is another 30-second spot, which teases the spy story set to unfold in this promising new drama starring Jamie Bell, who plays Abraham Woodhull, a farmer living behind enemy lines in British-occupied Long Island. He and his childhood friends join together to form “The Culper Ring, an unlikely team of secret agents who would help turn the tide of the war in favor of the Rebels.”
2014 Midseason TV Premiere Schedule
While some may be enjoying the brief break in our regularly scheduled programming to enjoy the holidays and family fun away from the TV, others are likely itching to know when their favorite shows are returning. We have the schedule here, which not only includes the return dates for shows that kicked off this fall, but also the return and premiere dates for the midseason series, including The Following, Rake, The 100, Sherlock and more.
Breaking Bad Complete Marathon And The Walking Dead New Year's Marathon Get New Teasers
Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead fans may want to stock up on some food and whatever else they'll need as the marathons begin tomorrow. AMC’s offering up Breaking Bad first, with a full-series marathon that begins on Friday. And then the cable channel will cap off 2013 with two days of nothing but The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead Plans Marathon, Pays Tribute To The Governor
The midseason finale was a pretty tough episode to get through, and there is a lot that went down. If you would like to re-peruse those episodes, or you know someone who has been dying to get into the drama, this month AMC is putting together a Walking Dead marathon that might be right up your alley.
Turn Trailer Teases The Untold Story Of America's First Spy Ring
It seems Sleepy Hollow isn’t the only current series delving into the subject of spies, redcoats and Revolution. AMC released the trailer for their upcoming series Turn, which they describe as "the untold story of America’s first spy ring.” Turn will premiere on AMC in Spring of 2014. Official date has yet to be announced.
The Walking Dead Creator Frank Darabont Sues AMC Over Profits
Zombies might not use money, but they sure make a lot of profits — which is probably why AMC is getting sued. The Walking Dead series creator and former executive producer Frank Darabont and his agency CAA have picked a fight with the network, alleging they’re owed quite a few pennies. And not just for wrongful termination (although the suit has that going on, as well), but also for what Darabont and the CAA believe are shady, self-dealing license fees in order to shirk payment to its profit participants.
Breaking Bad Spinoff Better Call Saul To Stream On Netflix In The U.S. And Other Countries In 2014
Better Call Saul has yet to air. In fact, we haven’t seen so much as a teaser for the planned Breaking Bad spinoff, but that isn’t stopping Netflix from calling dibs on the planned AMC series, ensuring that their U.S., Canadian, European and South American subscribers have access to it shortly after its first season run.