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.
You know, when it comes to big episodes -- in the case of The Walking Dead, the mid-season finale -- you can theorize and try to anticipate some of the worst scenarios as much as you want, but nothing really prepares you for it when it happens.
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.
The Walking Dead's taking some risks this season, not so much in the way it has divided its characters, resulting in episodes that only focus on one small part of the fractured group. We saw that formula at work at the end of last season.
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.
Finally, The Walking Dead faces the topic we've all been waiting for - Eugene's hair. It's the source of all of his power. It's his "Tennessee top hat." It's... oh, who are we kidding, there are much bigger things to discuss after tonight's episode.
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.
I'm starting to think we need one of those Pop vs. Soda map charts that shows what word people use for zombies in which areas of this show. Rick's people call them walkers, while the people of Woodbury preferred "biters." And then you have the people in Atlanta, who refer to them as Rotters.
Three episodes into the fifth season of The Walking Dead and "brutal" seems to be the recurring theme. Granted, the series hasn't ever been all that tame, what with the flesh-eating zombies shuffling along, attacking people. But The Walking Dead has really stepped up the suspense.
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 doesnít 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.
Despite all of the zombies that wander around trying to eat people on a regular basis, all of the character drama developing from one episode to the next sometimes causes us to forget that The Walking Dead is a horror series. Horror, after all, is relative.
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 Lincolnís facial hair.
As audiences are coming to grips with the explosive events that happened at Terminus during The Walking Deadís Season 5 premiere, showrunner Scott Gimple & Co. are continuing to fill out this seasonís cast. The latest to join the zombie drama is former American Horror Story actress.