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While we’re usually more concerned with what’s happening with the human characters on The Walking Dead, and which new faces we’ll be seeing, there’s something to be said about the walkers populating this post-apocalyptic world. And that something is: “Shit, that’s nasty.”
Have you ever met somebody and thought to yourself 'that guy’s going to be in trouble when the zombies come?' Well the cast of The Walking Dead has.
The new series is expected to hit the schedule in August, and this week at Television Critics Association press tour, the Fear The Walking Dead team confirmed the series will return to the schedule for Season 2.
While we were hoping that the biggest bad guy in The Walking Dead comics would rear his expletive-spewing head at some point in Season 6, we didn’t really expect to see Negan appear just yet. But now it sounds like he might!
Part of the joy embedded in the break between seasons of The Walking Dead involves anticipating what new characters will join the mayhem when the show returns. And now we know exactly who new cast member Merritt Wever will be playing.
The Revolutionary War drama is well-liked by fans, and apparently that’s enough to satisfy the cabler. On Wednesday, AMC announced that Turn: Washington’s Spies has been renewed for a third season on the network.
The Walking Dead's Season 6 trailer gave fans a big look at the new mayhem and problems coming to the citizens of Alexandria. But sometimes new isn’t always the goal, and viewers will apparently be spending quite a bit of time in the past when next season shambles around.
Season 5 of The Walking Dead opened with a brutal first few minutes. How will the sixth season of the zombie drama pick up? That question came up during the press roundtables at Comic-Con in San Diego, and from what Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) and executive producer David Alpert had to say, it sounds like Morgan plays a big part in that.
Panel Q & A at conventions is a delicate thing. You’re standing in front of a celebrity you love and you have the opportunity to ask them anything you want. Apparently with Bryan Cranston, you ask questions at your own risk.
The AMC Walking Dead prequel series has been a topic of much conversation. Up to this point we’ve known very little about the series, other than it’s setting. Luckily San Diego Comic-Con brings us lots of answers to these sorts of questions and once again they have not disappointed. .
The Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimple is jazzed to bring out a new batch of comic characters for arcs that will feature his and Kirkman’s brand of remixed plotting attached, and here are five we think will definitely show up.
Fans of The Walking Dead will undoubtedly head into next month’s spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead with certain scratchy, bite-heavy expectations. However, the timeline of Fear being much earlier than its counterpart, set during the initial onset of the canon’s zombie apocalypse.
Fans of The Walking Dead got a long-awaited reward in the Season 5 finale when Lennie James’ Morgan Jones finally caught up with Rick and the rest of the survivors, but a new Season 6 image seems to imply that he won't be on their side for very long.
For a while now, AMC has been using the “less is more” approach in promotions for its upcoming series Fear the Walking Dead, barely delivering anything as far as images and footage goes. But now we have our first footage, and it's intense.
As hard as it was for fans ofBreaking Bad to let their favorite show go, they could always take solace in the existence of spin off Better Call Saul. Since Saul was a prequel that meant that somewhere out there Walter White was still there.