Mark Ruffalo, Jared Leto, and a Walking Dead dog highlight the weekend's best through the photo-sharing service.
“When someone asked what we should call that IBM-HP-EMC-Dell-Cisco merger, his response was wonderfully descriptive. He suggested calling we call the company Fucked By The Cloud.”
One of the most highly anticipated shows returning this fall was undoubtedly AMC?s The Walking Dead. The Season 5 finale featured the deaths of a couple of named characters, and the Season 6 premiere certainly had no problems taking someone out.Click To Continue Reading
The season 6 premiere of The Walking Dead sees Rick find out why Alexandria is so safe -- a quarry full of walkers -- and make the decision that they have to do something about them before it's too late. For as much that does go wrong...Show More Summary
With the constant threat of flesh-eating zombies, AMC's The Walking Dead could probably use a little bit of levity, right? Fortunately, that levity is here, with this new Friends-inspired theme from The Woodcreek Faction. Now "I'll Be...Show More Summary
Each week, we comb through the guts of The Walking Dead, much like a horde of hungry walkers, to bring you the episode’s best moments, surprises, and other post-apocalyptic curiosities. This week: The slowest high-speed pursuit ever, hair metal, and let’s have a nice cold pint and wait for all this to blow over.
With big competition, including the return of AMC's 'The Walking Dead,' most broadcast shows slip. read more
On a packed Sunday that saw the fall television season in full swing and the NFL season really starting to kick, the night saw a win by the New York Giants but a loss for Sunday Night Football (5.8/16). Maybe it was the return of blockbuster...Show More Summary
We got started at 7:05 on the morning of October 11th (Sunday). As predicted, there was some rain, and also as predicted, it wasn’t bad. Just dead flat walking all day; this is easy, but it can also be difficult due to the pure repetitive work by just the same muscles all the time. We......
The season six premiere of The Walking Dead marks a shift in the show, both for the characters’ internal lives and how they deal with their external surroundings. There’s been a lot of escapism and running on this show – and escapism was the cornerstone of the second half of last season. If “First Time Again” is any […]
Fast national ratings for Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015.
The Walking Dead has returned and there’s a major operation underway to extinguish a mega-herd of walkers that threatens the quaint community of Alexandria. As expected, things don’t go as smoothly as planned because plans—especially during a zombie apocalypse—almost always get derailed. Read more...
Hey, remember all that talk about how TWD would be putting more zombies on screen than ever before? They weren’t kidding. Read more...
The zombies seem kind of... happy-go-lucky
"The Walking Dead" executive producer Greg Nicotero, who directed Sunday night's season six premiere, talks going black and white for flashbacks.
Fans can look forward to a faster paced season two with more friction between the characters in their fight to survive the zombie apocalypse. Film Fear the Walking Dead Spoilers season two
We found all the zombies.
The return of Slate’s Walking Dead Podcast—welcome back! Your hosts for this members-only TV Club: Mike Vuolo, senior producer and host of Lexicon Valley, and Laura Bradley, an editorial assistant on Slate’s Culture team. For more info on how to subscribe to the Slate Plus podcast feed, go here.
Decay. Betrayal. Zombie parades! These were just a few elements of The Walking Dead's season premiere! AMC's hit horror show returned on Sunday night, and fans were blessed with the most disgusting zombie legion in the show's history — a literal zombie parade! SPOILERS AHEAD! But first, some familiar Alexandrites returned: Tara (Alanna Masterson) finally woke up [...]
With “The Walking Dead” back for its sixth season, YouTube user Robert Jones is giving a loving tribute to the zombie sub genre, which became a household name when George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead was released in 1968. Set to “Pretend We’re Dead” by L7, Jones spans nearly 50 years of undead […]