Norman Reedus stopped by Conan to talk about his own mildly notorious tongue etiquette, which involves licking people’s faces. Note to self: keep an eye out for an upcoming Gene Simmons appearance.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
Saying goodbye to someone can be one of the hardest things in the world. Even saying goodbye to a fictional character can be tough. But I think we can all agree that the biggest tragedy of all is the death of a fictional character’s facial hair. Say goodbye to Rick's beard with us.
When it comes to distancing itself from its comic book origin, The Walking Dead has done a fine job, with more than enough detail-fudging to make the larger recognizable arcs enjoyable all over again for readers. Tonight's episode gave us one of the most exciting changes yet.
The Walking Dead is down to its last handful of episodes for the remainder of Season 5. Whatever's about to go down, should begin the down-going process right about now. Tonight's "Remember" episode felt like the start of that, as Rick and his group arrived at Alexandria.
Now that The Walking Dead has found its way to the Alexandria Safe-Zone, there is the illusion of safety for Rick and the rest of the survivors. But conflicts and turmoil always follow this group, and there's no bigger threat to everyone's safety than the maniacal Negan, whom Andrew Lincoln says is coming.
The Walking Dead's survivors have now found refuge in Alexandria, where the characters will presumably be spending a lot of their upcoming time. And they’ll be hanging around a lot longer for the Season 5 finale on March 29.
While The Walking Dead always has “a world teeming with walkers” as an ever-present antagonist, the show has arguably been at its best when there are human villains for Rick & Co. to aim their negative feelings at. Tonight's episode dropped a big hint as to who the next one might be.
The Walking Dead kind of blew my mind tonight by following up last week’s surprise visit from Aaron with an actual journey to...well, we don't want to give away any spoilers here.
America loves television. America loves television so much that last year there were 180 original scripted shows that aired on cable alone. While cable and streaming shows have been receiving a lot of love from the awards ceremonies of late, apparently, the average American is still very much a fan of regular broadcasts.
The Walking Dead has never been a series filled to the brim with hilarity, but last night’s episode was a particularly dark and sullen one. Rick was arguably the most vocal about his feelings, with an epic speech that both resonated with the show's characters and with Andrew Lincoln himself in a huge way.
Yes! In its gloomy second outing back from midseason hiatus, The Walking Dead is finally putting these characters on the road to what is arguably the comic book series’ best narrative arc, and it all begins with Aaron.
It's a stark contrast to go from the joyful, humorous and celebratory first hour of Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary special to what may have been the most dismal Walking Dead episode to date.
Norman Reedus may only portray a crossbow wielding zombie hunter on TV, but it looks like his time as Daryl on AMC’s The Walking Dead has translated into some real-life shooting skills.
What. The. Hell. The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman was on last night’s episode of Comedy Central’s @Midnight, and he may have dropped one of the biggest spoilers in the show's history. Spoilers abound!