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The actor is known for licking people and even living in the woods while the popular AMC drama is shooting. So, should it come as a surprise that Reedus has an equally wild story behind how he initially got into acting?
Season 6 of The Walking Dead will kick off with what is being touted as one of the most insane episodes of the series. But beyond that, the rest of the season will not only show us what the future is like for Rick & Co., but it will also take us back in time.
For the past few months, most of what we’ve been doing is looking forward to Season 6 of The Walking Dead, but now it’s time to take a look back into the past for a story that never got told during the TV show. And it's all about Rick's hands.
With The Walking Dead about to start its sixth season, the AMC horror series has promised to deliver some of its strangest zombie encounters yet.
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.
The Walking Dead doesn't really conjure up hot and heavy romances. But they have existed, and many fans have wanted to see Michonne getting hers in the love department.
When Season 6 of The Walking Dead shambles up later this month, Rick and the rest of the survivors have a ton of stuff to worry about. And one character sounds like he could be headed for a particularly dangerous future: Carl Grimes.
It won't be long now before we're sitting down and taking in all the guts and glory that Season 6 has to offer, we’re bringing together everything we know about the season so far. And without further ado, let’s smear walker gunk all over ourselves and head into the wild.
All the new characters and zombie herds won't stop The Walking Dead from its core characters. The Season 6 promos have been pretty heavy in pitting Rick and Morgan’s ideals against one another, but the characters’ connected pasts will definitely complicate things.
Awakening from a coma to find that the world you once knew can be pretty hard on a guy. Over the last five seasons, The Walking Dead’s Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has seen his fair share of highs and lows – evolving the character into something almost indistinguishable from his Season 1 self.
I love it when the powers that be do exactly what I’ve been waiting for. After all the stellar casting that has taken place during the offseason, one character remained that absolutely needed to enter The Walking Dead for Season 6. And now he's coming.
Fans of The Walking Dead comics have been waiting many years to see the series’ most fascinatingly brutal villain make his way to live-action. We’ve got the best evidence yet that the murderously savage bastard is heading to Season 6.
When The Walking Dead returns next month for Season 6, fans will get to see the show’s central characters facing some of the biggest obstacles of the series yet. But things will probably get slightly better down the road, when they'll run into the newest character.
Despite everything we've learned about it thus far, The Walking Dead Season 6 still has a lot of surprises left to deliver, and one of them just might involve a major change to a character’s story as compared to how things played out in the comics.
Let’s kick things off with some full disclosure: I hate The Walking Dead’s Carl Grimes in a way that’s probably unhealthy. In any case, all the other Carl-haters and I can finally look forward to the character having at least one moment of supreme glory in the upcoming Season 6.