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I always wondered this. While being an actor on The Walking Dead always comes with an expiration date, it is still a loss when their character’s die. The question is: do the killed off actors still watch the show that they used to be a part of?
Negan is coming! And though the details about his arrival are scarce, The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman opens up regarding how Negan will irreparably alter the course of the series.
Fans of The Walking Dead, both on and off of this website, have spent months theorizing and hypothesizing where the series is heading in Season 5 and beyond. Tonight’s excellent season premiere sent the Internet into a tizzy over the possible inclusion of the Walking Dead comics’ biggest and baddest villain, Negan.
While many networks are perfectly fine with splitting their time between scripted and unscripted series to balance off budgets, AMC is going against the grain. The network has announced they’re rededicating themselves to scripted programming and are abandoning almost all of their reality series, both those airing and those in development.
Spoilers if you're not caught up on The Walking Dead through Season 4! AMC has released a new clip from Season 5 of The Walking Dead. Check it out ahead...
Spoilers if you're not caught up on The Walking Dead through the fourth season finale! During last night's Season 4 finale of The Walking Dead, Rick did something pretty horrific in an effort to get himself, his son, Daryl and Michonne out of a tight spot. And in the process, Andrew Lincoln ended up with a mouthful of blood and raw chicken!
Better Call Saul Set For November, Spy Thriller 'Turn' Trailer, Breaking Bad On Netflix And Other AMC Updates
Jamie Bell and Seth Tumrich are looking ready for a revolution in the above promotional photo for AMC’s promising looking upcoming spy thriller Turn. And that’s just one of numerous tidbits the cable channel shared in anticipation of their 2014 programming slate. AMC also announced a number of release dates — or release timeframes — for their new and returning shows, including the return of Mad Men...
It seemed like you couldn't throw a stone at Comic-Con without hitting a panel Chris Hardwick was moderating. The man was everywhere. And that's not such a bad thing, for those of us who like his brand of comedy and geeky expertise. Moderating Comic-Con panels is just one entry on Hardwick's resume. In addition to hosting the Nerdist podcast, he also hosts the Walking Dead post-episode talk show Talking Dead...
In addition to the big announcement today on the highly anticipated premiere date for Breaking Bad and its new companion series, Talking Bad, AMC had plenty more news to share in the upfronts.That includes summer premiere dates for a number of new and returning shows, some renewals including Talking Dead, and some new projects in development.
The Walking Dead will definitely be a highlight of this year's San Diego Comic Convention and probably in two formats, the original Robert Kirkman series by Image Comics as well as the television adaptation from AMC. Fans of both, however, are obviously in for a very special treat. AMC just released the first official poster for their Walking Dead Comic-Con presence and the combination of images is surprisingly revealing, especially for those who have read the comics.
The price is evidently right for Talking Dead. Drew Carey! Come on down! It's a big weekend for The Walking Dead fans. Not only is AMC set to air every episode from both seasons of the zombie drama series, but we'll also get a preview of the upcoming third season and a special episode of Talking Dead. (And as a bonus, AMC's airing the Walking Dead pilot episode in black and white!)
Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead probably want to keep their schedules open the weekend before Comic-Con. The network announced that Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8 will be The Walking Dead Season 3 Preview Weekend. Essentially, it's just a marathon of the entire series but with a few extra bells and whistles. And they are impressive bells and whistles.
One of my favorite things about Sunday nights during The Walking Dead's second season, was getting to see the episode rehashed later that night on AMC's live after-show Talking Dead. Hosted by the knowledgable and entertaining Chris Hardwick, the live show features special guests and discusses some of the highlights, making it sort of a gory dessert to the entree that is the zombie drama.