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The Walking Dead Season 4 Midseason Preview Teases Chaos To Come
Last night’s episode of The Walking Dead left things off in a very uncertain place, but I’m thinking that’s a good thing for the series, especially when taking into account the above preview, which gives us a few teasy glimpses of what’s to come when the AMC zombie drama returns from the winter hiatus in February. Spoilers (obviously) if you haven’t seen last night’s mid-season finale “Too Far Gone”!
Better Call Saul May Put Us In The Courtroom Before End Of 2014
It’s December, which means another month has wedged itself between us and the end of Breaking Bad. Luckily, the separation from the show has given series creator Vince Gilligan, and soon-to-be showrunner Peter Gould time to talk a bit more in depth about their next venture: the spinoff Better Call Saul. And guess what? There’s heaps to say about its potential future, which is slated to appear on our small screens before the end of 2014. Rejoice: it’s all good!
First Official Turn Trailer Is Full Of Revolutionary War Era Spying
This week, AMC finally put together a first look at Turn, the Revolutionary War era drama that is expected to air on the network in the Spring of 2014. From what the trailer illuminates, the drama will be full of mystery and intrigue, as well as plenty of fighting.
The Walking Dead Season 4 Mid-Season Finale Watch: Too Far Gone
Well, if it was action people were looking for from tonight’s mid-season finale of The Walking Dead, they certainly got it. Spoilers if you haven’t seen tonight’s episode (“Too Far Gone”)! Because we’re about to get specific on all the mayhem, the carnage and the casualties that played out in a fast hour that would close out the first half of the fourth season, and leave us hanging in an interesting place when the clock ran out.
The Walking Dead Mid-Season Finale Preview Promises Some Will Fall In 'Too Far Gone'
The promo for next Sunday’s mid-season finale episode “Too Far Gone” promises that “some will fall," and given what we know is coming, that seems inevitable. But who? Well, if the Governor had his way, I’d say Michonne and Rick would be at the top of his list.
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 7 Watch: Dead Weight
Spoilers if you haven’t seen tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead (“Dead Weight”! Yeah, remember when we thought maybe the Governor had turned over a new leaf? Ok, one episode of being a semi-nice guy probably wasn’t enough to fully convince us that he was a changed man, but after last week, we were left to wonder what was really going on in his head and how things were going to be for him now that he and his new family were reunited with Martinez and his new family.
Seth Rogen And Evan Goldberg May Be Bringing Preacher To AMC
It’s easy to think of how odd a pairing Rogen/Goldberg and Preacher are, but there’s no real reason for them to go far beyond the page to get the story told, as Ennis and Dillon’s vision remains just as perfect and fresh as it always has been. As well, let’s hope such big-named involvement will get other non-superhero comics more time on the air.
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 7 Preview: Dead Weight
Last night’s episode of The Walking Dead — spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen it! — took a step away from the prison and a step back in time to show us where the Governor went after he slaughtered most of his men and disappeared to parts unknown. Based on the final moments of “Live Bait,” and the preview above for next Sunday’s “Dead Weight,” it seems we’re going to be seeing even more of the Governor’s story.
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 6 Watch: Live Bait
Spoilers if you haven’t seen tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead (”Live Bait”)! I had a feeling tonight’s episode might be a full-on Governor episode. Of course, this means we have to wait another week to see how Daryl reacts to the news that Carol has been ejected from the group. In the meantime, we got a slowly paced episode that filled in some of the gap in terms of the Governor’s story. What has David Morrissey’s character been up to all this time? Rebuilding an army? Not quite. Not yet, anyway.
Watch Bryan Cranston And Jane Kaczmarek's Hilarious Breaking Bad 'Alternate Ending'
What if it were all a dream? Breaking Bad certainly wouldn’t be the first TV show to pull that stunt, but let’s face it, we knew the AMC drama wouldn’t mess with us that way. Its ending was incredibly satisfying. So much so that we’re more than happy to watch a ridiculous alternate ending that gives us the Malcolm in the Middle/Breaking Bad mash-up we’ve always wanted to see.
The Killing Will Return For A Fourth And Final Season On Netflix
The Killing is a series that has not nor will go gently into the good night. On Friday, Netflix ordered a fourth and final season of the drama. Very recently, The Killing was actually canceled by the show’s initial network, AMC, for the second time. The fourth and final season of the series is expected to be a Netflix exclusive, and will be given six episodes to officially wrap up the direction of the show.
The Walking Dead's 'Live Bait' Photos Tease A Fiery Return
Spoilers if you're not caught up on The Walking Dead through last Sunday's episode! When we shared the preview for next Sunday night’s ”Live Bait”, AMC hadn’t released any photos to go with the sneak peeks. But all video evidence indicated that this is going to be a very Governor-heavy episode. Just how Governor-heavy remains to be seen.
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 6 Preview: Live Bait
Spoilers if you aren’t caught up on The Walking Dead through Season 4, Episode 5 (“Internment”)! As though the closing moments in last night’s episode of The Walking Dead weren’t enough of a hint, the preview for next week’s “Live Bait” make it even clearer. He is back. Maybe he’s been back for a while, we don’t really know, but he’s definitely back now and just in time, as Rick’s people are just starting to overcome their most recent challenge.
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 5 Watch: Internment
Tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead was a real tension-builder and for good reason! — Spoilers if you haven’t seen tonight’s ep of The Walking Dead (“Internment”) — One could argue that every episode of The Walking Dead is like a horror movie, but is that really the case?
Breaking Bad Spinoff Better Call Saul Could Be Anything
So we’re all anticipating the future of AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul, yes? (Obviously, or else why would you click this article?) Those of us waiting for another taste of the Albuquerque life are waiting with breath so baited that we’re positively flooded with its hypothetical potential. But any previous notions one might’ve had about Saul’s structure are being called into question at this point, because nobody knows what the series is going to look like.
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