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The Walking Dead pulled off its best episode of the season on Sunday, and if there's one thing Rick's group can all agree on, it's that Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) -- bless his disgusting potty mouth and revolting swagger -- is a pretty lousy person and everyone would be better off if he was dead.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 7, titled “Sing Me A Song” aired last night on AMC. As promised in the promo and sneak peek clips, Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) came face to face with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in the Sanctuary. Based on the events from the episode and what happens in Robert Kirkman’s... Show More Summary
In "Sing Me A Song," Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead, Rosita (Christian Serratos) bullied Eugene (Josh McDermitt) into making a bullet for her so she can kill Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and avenge the death of Abraham (MichaelShow More Summary
Sunday's supersized The Walking Dead took us deeper into the how of vile villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), if not the why. We saw how Negan rules over the Sanctuary by enforcing his rules through intimidation. But why he's doing it?...Show More Summary
When Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) finally made his debut on…
Jeffrey Dean Morgan's portrayal of Negan on The Walking Dead is unquestionably and absolutely chilling. From the first moment we caught a glimpse of Morgan jovially swinging around his beloved bat Lucille, it was overwhelmingly clear...Show More Summary
Carl (Chandler Riggs) goes behind enemy lines in this new teaser for tonight’s all-new episode of The Walking Dead. He comes face-to-face with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) as he steps into The Sanctuary. Nothing is said, but the tension is palpable as Negan wants to see Carl come over to the dark side. Carl also [...]
He may need a real baseball bat to fend off a horde of "weird" fans.
The Walking Dead has made seasoned TV star Jeffrey Dean Morgan a bit of an unexpected sex symbol in the hit AMC series since the beginning of Season 7 on the show. Now that Morgan has been such a big hit on The Walking Dead, there are several other unintended options that go along with... Show More Summary
Like it or not, Jeffrey Dean Morgan's murderous, quippy villain Negan is sticking around—at least through next season.
Like it or not (and many of you don’t), the arrival of Negan has changed a lot of things on The Walking Dead. Rick’s no longer in charge, the Alexandria-Hilltop alliance would be over if it had ever really gotten off the ground, and oh, yeah—Glenn is dead (for real this time) as well as Abraham. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead might be slipping slightly in its ratings, but the seventh season is still going strong on the back of new powerhouse villain Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Morgan has confirmed that he will be returning to the...Show More Summary
If you thought a respite from terror was coming on The Walking Dead, well, it’s not. Jeffrey Dean Morgan told Howard Stern that in addition to returning to TWD this season, the supremely evil Negan will indeed be on hand to torture Rick and company into season eight of the show ... More »
It looks like Lucille isn't the only one who is thirsty.
We know that The Walking Dead is returning for season 8 but it wasn’t clear if everyone’s favourite skull-smashing Savior would be along for the ride
Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan has made a head-smashingly big impact on The Walking Dead since his introduction, but how long will he actually be on the show?
The Walking Dead season seven is inching up to the mid-season finale and cast member Jeffrey Dean Morgan was on The Howard Stern Show to spread some news regarding Robert Kirkman’s creation and he also talked about some strange fan mail literature. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead Season 7 is underway, with Episode 6 airing on Sunday night. Last week, fans finally saw how Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) and her unborn child were doing after Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s character, Negan, killed Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz). Show More Summary
The introduction of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan was a highly consequential new component to the world of The Walking Dead, a move that was as anticipated as it was feared as the tyrannical leader of the Saviors marked his arrival with the brutal beating death of not just one, but two beloved characters. He’s […]