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Before Season 6 of The Walking Dead gets here and brings the Wolves out to start knocking off characters left and right, we thought we’d take a look back at the fallen and reflect on how much we miss them, both emotionally and from a narrative standpoint.
While huge deaths aren't always a certainty, fans of The Walking Dead tend to anticipate that at least one major character or two will take the fall each season, and rumors are swirling that a particular fan favorite might not be long for the world.
As much as well-rounded characters can make otherwise non-outstanding shows watchable, annoying characters can easily break the best ones. We’ve rounded up the 10 most annoying characters of the 2014-2015 TV season, making this one of the most aggravation-fueled lists you’ll see this year.
After months of keeping things hush-hush, Fear the Walking Dead's co-creators Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson have finally opened up with details about the show’s plot and approach to the early days of he zombie apocalypse.
That Daryl Dixon seems like he can live through anything, right? The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus recently spoke about his favorite scene in Season 5, and it involved an actual on-set injury that never made it to air.
We’re still around five or six months away from The Walking Dead delivering more gut-covered mayhem with Season 6, which means it’s time for rampant speculation concerning what new characters viewers can hope to meet.
The Walking Dead cast and crew got together for a new video to talk Season 6, and it supports some suspicions about what might happen to Morgan now that he’s back with the group. And it doesn’t sound good.
In this day and age of television, character deaths are a strong form of currency. As such, we’ve put on our most morbid thinking caps and have come up with 10 characters who absolutely need to meet their makers in the very near future.
Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson isn't necessarily known for being upbeat, chipper or bubbly. That's why it didn't come as a surprise when The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, who dropped by the set last night, mistook him for a zombie.
The Walking Dead wrapped up its fifth season this week, leaving us to celebrate its excellently intense season-conclusion as TWD withdrawal sets in. But before that happens, we thought we'd take a look back at some of the excellent behind-the-scenes glimpses AMC has made available for Season 5.
No setting on The Walking Dead lasts for very long, however, some are more memorably terrible than others. Following up on the Season 5 finale of The Walking Dead, we decided to list off some of the worst locations and settings we've seen so far.
We’ll have to wait and see how far into the comics Season 6 takes Rick & Co. before we’ll know if and when we'll see any tigers popping up in this post-apocalyptic landscape. But one thing’s for sure, it’ll be gr-r-r-eat!
Spoiler warning for those who haven’t seen The Walking Dead’s Season 5 finale ”Conquer”. And if you haven't seen it yet, you're missing out on one of the series' highest-rated episodes.
Apparently, adding extra minutes to a TV show is an instant recipe for success. Last night, The Walking Dead aired a special 90-minute finale. We knew it would be a big episode, but we didn’t know it would break ratings records left and right.
While last night's finale for The Walking Dead provided compelling drama in which our survivors may have finally resolved their individual dilemmas when it came to adjusting within the “safe” walls of Alexandria, it teases larger battles ahead for Season 6. Reinforcing this idea, showrunner, Scott M. Gimple gives some intriguing hints as to where the show is heading when it resumes this fall.