Gale Anne Hurd reflects on how Season 7 of the show has changed Rick and how, reunited with Daryl, he's ready to rise up against Negan and his Saviors. The post Negan’s Actions Have Changed Rick the Most, EP Says appeared first on CBR.com.
If you're wondering what's in store for Rick and crew when The Walking Dead season 7 returns to television on February 12, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd has some insight to share
Executive producer Gale Anne Hurd talks about the cerebral sci-fi series that searches for meaning in the surreal moments created when we close our eyes.
Unless you live under a rock, you know there was some controversy last week after The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd said they may have toned down the violence on the show. However, showrunner Scott M. Gimple and Greg...Show More Summary
Consider this rumor killed. Last week, “The Walking Dead” producer Gale Anne Hurd noted during a panel that the show’s violence had been toned down in the wake of backlash to the brutal Season 7 premiere, leading many to worry that the series is going to be a bit more family-friendly going forward. This concerned […]
Last week, Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd acknowledged that the negative response to the extremely graphic show’s seventh season premiere caused them to tone down on the violence for the following episodes. This week, two other executive producers deny that happened. So someone has to be lying. Read more...
Last week, The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd said that the grisly AMC drama's producers toned down the show's violence after negative response to the gruesome Season 7 premiere. But now, two other Walking Dead exec producers...Show More Summary
Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd insists The Walking Dead "is not a show that is torture porn" in a panel discussion at a Florida TV conference. The post Walking Dead Toned Down Violence Following Season Premiere Backlash appeared first on CBR.com.
"The Walking Dead" producers toned down some of the violence in the first half of Season 7 after strong viewer backlash to a gruesome killing scene in the season opener. "Walking Dead" exec producer Gale Anne Hurd acknowledged Wednesday that the negative response to the bludgeon slayings of two...
The Walking Dead's producers scaled back some of the show's explicit violence after the negative response from viewers toward the traumatic Season 7 premiere, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd said Wednesday. "We were able to look at the feedback on the level of violence," Hurd said during a Walking... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Gale Anne Hurd
One element that made the front half of The Walking Dead Season 7 distinct was the creative decision to use standalone, limited-focus installments. EP Gale Anne Hurd explains why that happened.
SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details of last night's Season 7 The Walking Dead winter finale After a season that started with the death of two core characters, last night's winter finale of The Walking Dead saw the death of the...Show More Summary
Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme was a guest on a recent episode of “Talking Dead,” the live after-show that follows “The Walking Dead” on AMC. He appeared on the show along with “Walking Dead” producer Gale Anne Hurd and star Chandler Riggs. Show More Summary
Josh Homme is apparently a big fan of The Walking Dead, and his vocal fandom earned him a spot on AMC’s Walking Dead after-show Talking Dead last night. Along with Walking Dead star Chandler Riggs and executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, the Queens Of The Stone Age frontman joined host Chris Hardwick to discuss the […]
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
The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere ended with fans who were shocked and traumatized. It also ended with two heartbreaking deaths: Glenn Rhee and Abraham Ford. What is coming next? Executive producer Gale Anne Hurd talks about Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon, Glenn’s death, Ezekiel, and finding love during war. Show More Summary
The Beverly Hills estate, home to such Hollywood heavyweights as Freddy DeMann and Gale Anne Hurd, is listed for sale at $28.45 million. (Drone 55) Check out the article here!
Bet you didn't know uber producer Gale Anne Hurd has a sneaky cameo in James Cameron's Aliens. Here's photographic evidence! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here, kicking the week off right with some sweet BTS pics from the making of James Cameron's Aliens! In these pictures you'll see something pretty interesting. Show More Summary
Gale Anne Hurd, who's best known as an executive producer on AMC's "The Walking Dead" franchise, was attracted to her new show, USA Network's "Falling Water," because it's different for her. "What I love is that we’re not dealing with aliens or monsters," Hurd told Business Insider recently of "Falling Water," which premieres Thursday at 10 p.m. Show More Summary
Falling Water makes four Gale Anne Hurd shows on the air. She’s got AMC’s The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, Syfy’s Hunters, and now this new show premiering on USA. Falling Water is from creator Blake Masters and his late partner Henry Brommell. Show More Summary