Now that AMC has moved The Walking Dead spinoff project to pilot, more information about the potential series has emerged, and that comes in the form of a list of principal characters and some descriptions, which fill in some of the sizable blanks about this project. There are five characters listed, but it's definitely worth noting that there are only three different last names among them.
We hope everyone is still alive and okay after Fall TV’s first official premiere week. When you’re not catching up on broadcasts, head over to streaming for the best new options this week had to offer, including what I’m already calling one of the best shows of the year. Big talk.
With Season 5 of AMC’s The Walking Dead just around the corner, everything we’ve been hearing and seeing is about how it’s going to be the most brutal and action-packed season yet. But none of it can possibly stand up to Carl's outstanding first single "Carl Poppa."
When a TV show is filled with as much surprising death and mayhem as AMC’s The Walking Dead, you'd think the conversational spotlight would remain focused on its main characters' survival, not necessarily who they’re attracted to. Yet when it comes to Norman Reedus’ Daryl Dixon, cable’s most crossbow-ready warrior, a growing section of the series’ audience are curious about whether or not he’s gay.
The Walking Dead, out of necessity, is a series about being tough and learning to live off the land with no homestead and little stability. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that some of the actors who play in the series now live similar lifestyles. Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl on AMC’s hit series, recently admitted that he lives in the woods, now. Because obviously.
The new trailer for The Walking Dead offers thirty seconds of intense footage. Ok, a lot of it is probably familiar to those who've been keeping up with the previews. But there are a couple of new and very exciting tidbits, including Rick's line about this not being over until they're all dead, and Sasha's ominous words, "Three of us are gone."
"Hunt or be hunted" is the message that's being promoted with the highly anticipated fifth season of The Walking Dead. Those words come across loud and clear in the latest trailer for Season 5, which you can check out ahead...
AMC always delivers the goods for their annual Fearfest promotion, and they’re bringing a shitload of classics this year in marathon form. It all starts with the network’s gruesome flagship drama The Walking Dead.
Following up on the previous promotional photos and episode stills, The Walking Dead has released some new character photos, which may hint that times are about to get really tough. Or maybe we're supposed to see the light pouring through the cracks of the wall behind them as a sign that there's hope?
As it relates to the start of Season 5 of The Walking Dead, it may be safe to assume that we've seen the bulk of the new footage we're going to see between now and the premiere, with new snippets and teases worked into previously revealed footage. Granted, there's a little over a month until the AMC zombie drama returns for its fifth season, so there's still plenty of time for AMC to promote the series, and we might even get a decent-sized clip or two before the premiere.
AMC announced on Friday that the cable network is officially working on the Walking Dead spinoff that we’ve been hearing about (and hoping for) for nearly a year. The project is being described as a “companion series” and while the show is not going to go straight-to-series, a pilot has been ordered for the project, which will land in The Walking Dead universe.
Showrunner Scott Gimple and comic creator Robert Kirkman have been promising fans that Season 5 is going to be the most vicious and action-packed season yet, jumping almost immediately into the aftermath of Season 4’s finale. AMC released a slew of new images that give us a good of what many of the characters will look like in the dark days ahead.
The Walking Dead seems to be taking its most direct approach ever with its key art this time around. The AMC drama's new poster shows off Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes holding a very big gun, looking ready for anything next to the words "Hunt or Be Hunted." "Hunt" seems like one way to put it.
After four years of gore-soaked action and ho-hum character development, AMC’s The Walking Dead is gearing up for its most hardcore season yet. And while magazine covers aren’t exactly the best way to show off moments of zombie violence and angsty despair, Entertainment Weekly is putting out four collectible Walking Dead covers for their next issue.
Previous teasers for The Walking Dead Season 5 seem to be focusing on the threat posed to Rick and his group by the people at Terminus. The latest teaser reminds us that there's also that pesky zombie problem plaguing the world...