The top-selling author's production company has brought in Stacey Levin as EVP of Television. Levin comes to Nicholas Sparks Prods. from Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Entertainment, where she oversaw scripted and digital projects including USA's drama pilot Horizon. Show More Summary
The cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" is hard at work filming Season 5, but they took a break in late July to head to San Diego Comic-Con 2014 and deliver a first-look trailer and premiere datefor the new season. Zap2it spoke withShow More Summary
Unlike many Hollywood executives, Hurd was in her element at Comic Con.
With "The Walking Dead" delivering arguably its best season yet with Season 4, many fans (including this one) would argue it's a shame that the AMC drama got snubbed in the 66th annual Emmy Awards. The series didn't earn a nomination...Show More Summary
All is quiet on the "Walking Dead" companion series front, but that might not be the case for very long. Gale Ann Hurd tell Zap2it during a San Diego Comic-Con 2014 interview that Robert Kirkman, who penned the story, and "Sons of Anarchy"...Show More Summary
The show's star and producer pose as Tommy Lee Jones' and Will Smith's iconic characters for THR's graphic novel-inspired "Titans of Comic-Con." read more
photo by Gage Skidmore To kick off the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International, Universal Cable Productions (UCP) announced that they will bringing together executive producer of The Walking Dead, Gale Anne Hurd, and award-winning graphic novelist Warren Ellis to team up and work on an all-new television series. The untitled project will be Warren’s first [...]
Comic veteran mastermind Warren Ellis is teaming up with The Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd for an untitled series ? that?s the super groovy one ?and UCP is also developing series based on the horror comic Night Mary and the supernatural adventure comic Five Ghosts. Click To Continue Reading
Warren Ellis and Gale Anne Hurd team for an original television series, while Rick Remender and Frank Barbiere ink adaptation deals.
Comic-Con doesn’t officially open until tomorrow but the soon-to-be packed San Diego confab will be buzzing with this news. The Walking Dead EP Gale Anne Hurd, one of the queens of the geekfest, is partnering with Warren Ellis one of the biggest names in comics, for the latter’s first leap into the world of TV. Show More Summary
The prolific comic writer will develop his first small-screen entry with Gale Anne Hurd via a deal with Universal Cable Productions, which is also developing horror title "Night Mary" and "Five Ghosts." read more
During AMC’s Fourth of July marathon of The Walking Dead, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd gave fans a little tease on what to expect in the fifth season. Speaking to Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick, via Wetpaint.com, Hurd said that the crew enjoyed giving the actors “something new” with their characters. Hurd admitted that season
Hershel Greene might be gone from "The Walking Dead," but Scott Wilson isn't done sharing his love for the AMC zombie series. Wilson took to Twitter for the first time on theaccount of Valhalla Entertainment, Gale Anne Hurd's company...Show More Summary
Is that last Walking Dead episode still sinking in? If so, that’s not such a surprise seeing as how the
Producer Gale Anne Hurd reveals something that will last beyond this season into next on The Walking Dead. Check out a Hunger Games set photo and a Game of Thrones behind-the-scenes video — and does a Legend of Korra promo what we think it shows? Plus, new looks at Arrow, Person of Interest, and Being Human! Spoilers now! Read more...
"The Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd discusses Michonne's past, Carl's independence, the Governor and Hershel cameos and more elements of "After" with Zap2it.
For the latest issue of Starburst Magazine we get deep with The Walking Dead's executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. [CAUTION: Spoilers ahead.] VB: Congrats on the show getting renewed for a 5th season! GAH: Thank you! We're all so happy to be coming back. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead returns to AMC on February 9th with the back half of season four. As our excitement mounts, we spoke with producer Gale Anne Hurd. We spoke about what new challenges our characters will face and what troubles puberty during the zombie apocalypse will cause to Carl. Show More Summary
Zap2it spoke with "The Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd about some of the series' big mysteries coming up, like when Carol will return, what "A" means and whether Judith is dead or alive.