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Usually when The Walking Dead kills off its characters, it’s because that’s what showrunner Scott Gimple wanted to do, but this could be an instance where someone says goodbye because of things happening behind-the-scenes.
The Walking Dead spent half of Season 6 building up to the introduction of Negan, but we still don't actually know all that much about him. Luckily, the Walking Dead comics have revealed just what Negan was up to before the world ended.
Given its timeline, Fear the Walking Dead is home to zombies that aren't as decrepit and gag-worthy as those on The Walking Dead proper. But last night's episode raised the bar.
Season 6 of The Walking Dead has come to an end, and it's time to look ahead to Season 7. It seems that the show is looking to cast a major comics character, and there are definitely reasons to get excited.
While The Walking Dead hasn’t always closely followed the comic books, the finale seemed almost identical. Now it appears that The Walking Dead is planning on introducing another comic book character into the fold.
Last year, AMC took a chance and gave the go-ahead for Flight 462, a Fear the Walking Dead tie-in shortform series that would not only tell a standalone story but also connect to the hour-long drama. And that connection is happening soon.
Yes, The Walking Dead may be over until October (presumably), but you definitely won’t have to wait that long to see actor Norman Reedus heading down the road on a motorcycle. Here's when his new show hits AMC.
Co-creator Vince Gilligan originally envisioned the Better Call Saul season finale with a cameo from a Breaking Bad character, but it was shot down by the other writers. Here's how the Breaking Bad actor felt about that.
Fans of The Walking Dead are presumably too busy wondering about the finale’s take on that iconic comic moment to worry about any comic elements heading to the show in the future. But this is a gamechanger of a different scenario.
Once again, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould crafted an hour of television that proved how superior they are to the majority of live-action storytellers, and if Gilligan had his way, the episode would have featured a clever Breaking Bad cameo.
The Walking Dead’s Season 6 finale has been an engrossing topic for weeks, mostly because the series ended up on a cliffhanger. It's a cliffhanger that might be hard to keep as the weeks wear on.
Fear the Walking Dead Season 2 seems to be taking the same kind of deliberately unexplosive approach to building up character development that its predecessor did, and I’d like to halt things to point out what Fear should take away from the flagship’s sophomore season.
Walking Dead fans have attempted to decipher the various screams and yells heard in the blackout to figure out who died. Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie Greene, recently opened up regarding how that audio was recorded in an attempt to end any rumors.
This past Sunday saw the premiere of Fear the Walking Dead's second season, and it now appears that AMC has no sign of slowing down.
A lot of TV characters have passed across our screens already in 2016, some of which we’d previously met and some of which were new to our eyes and ears. But one absolutely stands above all.