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As one of the most popular shows on TV, The Walking Dead has a fanbase that is usually far more rabid and opinionated than those of other popular shows. Here are 8 of the biggest arguments that The Walking Dead has been inspiring in viewers over the past five years.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on Game of Thrones’ upcoming sixth season, you may already know that the HBO drama is looking to bring back some dead characters in the new episodes, in a variety of ways. Now, it seems yet another dead character may come back to the drama.
There is perhaps no Batman villain more infamous than The Joker. So, it was only natural to assume that The Joker would be appearing in some form or other on Fox’s Gotham. But could that form possible be the female form?
Oftentimes there is kids programming and there is adult programming and very little in between. ABC Family has always marketed the in-between space, but now it looks as if the network is completely rebranding. Hey millennials.
Season 1 finale saw them take strides toward understanding that there are no more rules when it comes to survival, but Madison, Travis, and co. are still far from truly comprehending the threat of the zombies, as proven by the cavalier use of a gun in the final moments.
Following the official Arrow Season 4 portraits of Oliver Queen and John Diggle in their new costumes, The CW has release this official photo of Thea Queen suited up as Speedy.
Competitor Kim Zolciak—famous for being on Real Housewives of Atlanta--suffered a mini-stroke after competing on the big show. Due to her health issues, she was withdrawn from the series, but now the ABC competition series is working to bring the reality star back.
Catch what happens when you throw Shaquille O’Neal and Hugh Jackman into phone booths on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The entire affair is ridiculous in the very best way.
There are going to be spoilers throughout this article, so if you haven’t watched Monday’s Gotham episode, yet, you may want to steer away. The question of whether Jerome would one day be the Joker has been bandied about since the character was first introduced back in Season 1.
In its first three episodes of Season 2, Gotham has already eclipsed most of the uneven Season 1. And in “The Last Laugh,” the show pulled the wool both over our eyes and back off again, and then shoved it down our throats.
The award for Weirdest Holiday TV Stunt of 2015 could easily be earned by A&E for their upcoming special Fear: Buried Alive. I’ll leave it to you guys to guess what this is about.
You don’t need a magnifying glass or a beginner’s detective handbook to know that it was only a matter of time before the small screen took another crack and bringing the iconic female sleuth Nancy Drew to audiences. It’s happening now at CBS.
Both crossover episodes will air on October 29, and we now know exactly what the episodes will be about. Hint: Like many other great TV episodes that came before it, the crossover will have a Halloween theme.
For Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, the show will be making an even bigger change to the setting when it takes the characters out to the ocean, via Strand’s yacht Abigail. But that might end up being a really horrible decision.
It should come as no surprise that Nicholas Sparks has made the jump to the small screen. What is slightly surprising is that Sparks will be branching out from his typical subject matter for his new project.