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?
There is good news on the horizon for fans of Robert Kirkman andThe Walking Dead. This week, executive producer David Alpert spoke with The Walking Dead’s parent network, AMC, to discuss some plans the show has in the cards for future episodes. It sounds as if the scariest villain yet will be making an appearance sooner rather than later.
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.
The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into the fall season. In the meantime, if there's a new or returning show you don't see on here, feel free to leave a comment and we'll see if we can dig up the date for you! We’ve also listed shows that are expected to premiere at midseason, so if your favorite show doesn’t have a date, yet, check there first!
Earlier this month, The Walking Dead fans were abuzz over a question comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman addressed pertaining to Daryl's unspecified sexuality in the AMC zombie drama.
After months of waiting for it, AMC is finally getting its act together to air Better Call Saul. While the show won’t pop up on the cable station until 2015, AMC released a behind-the-scenes look at the series on Sunday. Additionally, we’ve finally been given a concrete premiere date.
Good news dropped today for folks who love AMC’s long-running drama Mad Men. Lionsgate announced earlier today that the drama’s final season will be headed to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, soon. Since the second half of the seventh season doesn’t hit the schedule until the spring of 2015, the release announcement might seem a bit premature. But that’s where the bad news comes in.
Hell on Wheels has often been a thoughtful show, but one week into Season 4, its undertones are a little more family-oriented. We’ve seen what lead Cullen Bohannon has been willing to do to avenge the violence enacted against his own clan, but we haven’t really seen him take on the role of father, advisor and protector before. In this exclusive clip from tomorrow’s episode, courtesy of AMC, we see a more tender side to the railroad leader.
It seems as if the city of Cheyenne will become almost a character this season. In addition to the hotel we saw last year, the bustling metropolis will now boast a casino, a bar, a railroad office, a bank, a freight depot, a train station and more.
The Walking Dead regularly emphasizes the bonds that form between two characters. During the series’ fourth season, Beth and Daryl’s budding friendship came to the surface as the two were paired up in the post-prison exodus arc.
The odd thing is, it isn’t even Saul Goodman that people are interested in calling here. As revealed a couple of weeks ago by series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the southwestern criminal world’s go-to lawyer is going by the name Jimmy M. McGill when Better Call Saul begins its story.
The Walking Dead Season 5 has a new banner, and just in time for Comic-Con. The latest artwork for the AMC zombie drama depicts some of the main characters in handcuffs inside the train car. And unsurprisingly, their eyes are on the exit.
The new still from The Walking Dead is one of those great and terrible teases that we're not sure we're ready to see, because we're way too far away from the premiere of The Walking Dead to be worrying that something might happen to...
AMC has released two new photos for their highly anticipated Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, along with confirmation of the series regulars. One of the new photos gives us a look at Bob Odenkirk, who plays the titular Saul Goodman, and Michael McKean, who’s playing the role of Chuck.
To say that The Walking Dead has a big presence at Comic-Con in San Diego would probably be an understatement. Between the popularity of the AMC drama and the comic book series on which the zombie show is based, there's no shortage of Walking Dead fans at Comic-Con.