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While we were hoping that the biggest bad guy in The Walking Dead comics would rear his expletive-spewing head at some point in Season 6, we didn’t really expect to see Negan appear just yet. But now it sounds like he might!
Part of the joy embedded in the break between seasons of The Walking Dead involves anticipating what new characters will join the mayhem when the show returns. And now we know exactly who new cast member Merritt Wever will be playing.
When you look back at how many positively awful things have happened to the characters on The Walking Dead over the years, you wouldn’t be insane to think that the end of the series would be as dim and dour as everything else, but it looks like comic creator Robert Kirkman has something else in mind.
The fall TV season is very nearly upon us, which means that sooner rather than later TV subscribers will have a ton of new and returning programs to add to their TV-viewing calendars. There’s surely something out there for everyone, and we’ll keep our fingers crossed that your favorites avoid the cancellation axe.
The modern era of television can be summed up in many ways, with plenty of trends and tropes to choose as foundations. We’ve rounded up 11 of the most gruesome deaths TV characters have faced over the years. Yes, there will be spoilers.
The Walking Dead's Season 6 trailer gave fans a big look at the new mayhem and problems coming to the citizens of Alexandria. But sometimes new isn’t always the goal, and viewers will apparently be spending quite a bit of time in the past when next season shambles around.
Season 5 of The Walking Dead opened with a brutal first few minutes. How will the sixth season of the zombie drama pick up? That question came up during the press roundtables at Comic-Con in San Diego, and from what Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) and executive producer David Alpert had to say, it sounds like Morgan plays a big part in that.
Are The Walking Dead’s Rick and Michonne ever going to get romantically involved? The two characters have demonstrated some great chemistry, so the question naturally came up when we sat down with the cast and writers for The Walking Dead Comic-Con press roundtables.
Such a long Walking Dead trailer easily brings dozens of quick questions to mind, but we’ve narrowed them down to five, and they should be the same five that are bouncing around your heads.
The Walking Dead fans were treated to their first good look at Season 6 of the AMC drama in Hall H at Comic-Con in San Diego today, and now the trailer is available online for the rest of us. Check it out ahead…
In years past, The Walking Dead has come to Comic-Con in San Diego dressed to impress in the form of a booth that offers some fun and scary photo opportunities for fans of the AMC zombie drama.
The Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimple is jazzed to bring out a new batch of comic characters for arcs that will feature his and Kirkman’s brand of remixed plotting attached, and here are five we think will definitely show up.
Though we’re still a ways off from sitting down and taking in all the guts and glory that Season 6 has to offer, we’re bringing together everything we know about the season so far. And without further ado, let’s smear walker gunk all over ourselves and head into the wild.
Sometimes it pays to have cable, at least if you are a Walking Dead fan. The AMC TV series wrapped up its fifth season all the way back in March, but unfortunately fans who were hoping to catch up on the latest season of the series via means alternate to cable may be a bit disappointed.
Fans of The Walking Dead got a long-awaited reward in the Season 5 finale when Lennie James’ Morgan Jones finally caught up with Rick and the rest of the survivors, but a new Season 6 image seems to imply that he won't be on their side for very long.