The Walking Dead will always be a heavily serialized show. There will be occasional stand-alone episodes that tell a contained story, but even those will serve the larger narrative; this is a series that has invested from the start of...Show More Summary
Rick and friends reacquainted themselves with the concept of comfort, with mixed results.
Now that The Walking Dead has found its way to the Alexandria Safe-Zone, there is the illusion of safety for Rick and the rest of the survivors. But conflicts and turmoil always follow this group, and there's no bigger threat to everyone's safety than the maniacal Negan, whom Andrew Lincoln says is coming. Click To Continue Reading
I have three fears in life: failure, spiders, and spoilers. The first two are shared by many, but the third is something that haunts me especially as a pop culture critic. Everywhere I turn on the internet there’s the potential to be smacked in the face for a spoiler for a show I haven’t seen […]
Norman Reedus excited and delighted fans Sunday by showing context-free images of a Walking Dead line of coffees, as well as tea and chocolate. The images have fans asking where they can buy the products, based on their favorite Walking Dead characters and themes. Show More Summary
Are you feeling badass like Michonne? Are you going crazy like Rick? Now you can say so with one emoji.
Before he was ISIS' notorious executioner, Mohammed Emwazi was an upscale Londoner —and one who apparently felt persecuted, according to old email correspondence between Emwazi and journalist Robert Verkaik dating back to 2010 and 2011. In them, published yesterday in the Daily Mail, Emwazi discusses feeling like MI5 is scrutinizing...
Sunday Brings 2015’s Fourth WALKING DEAD!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Last week Rick unwittingly did a little gay-bashing. AMC says of tonight’s “Remember”: The group has a difficult time molding to a new lifestyle,...Show More Summary
The Walking Dead fans who can’t get enough of Rick Grimes will get to see a whole more of him very soon. According to a recent report, Andrew Lincoln is going to bare his butt during tonight’s episode (“Remember”). Before you read on, be aware that major spoilers are ahead. Show More Summary
Good day, horror fans. Wondering about new releases that might get your spine tingling? You might want to look somewhere beyond David Gelb's supernatural thriller Lazarus Effect, which has earned all the critical acclaim of a stubbed toe. Show More Summary
Online TV guides have reported "The Walking Dead's' season finale at the end of March will be a supersized version compared to its other episodes.
Even before Season 5 of The Walking Dead started, showrunner Scott Gimple tweeted that the comic book villain Negan was coming to the TV series, but wouldn’t divulge when. Since then, we’ve had several hints that the notorious bad guy...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. The most popular TV show of fall 2014 was NBC's broadcast of "Sunday Night Football." It averaged 21 million viewers per week. The strongest cable show was AMC's "The Walking Dead." Its midseason finale, in November, reached 14.8 million people. Show More Summary
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The Walking Dead might be on the verge of introducing its biggest villain yet, sooner than expected, and this will likely end up being very bad news for one or more of the AMC series’ beloved characters. Be forewarned before reading on: spoilers about The Walking Dead are ahead. Show More Summary
A sheriff and his son leave their camp inside a shopping mall to weather a zombie apocalypse in the parody 'The Walking Deceased'. [...]
The most popular TV show of fall 2014 was NBC's broadcast of "Sunday Night Football." It averaged 21 million viewers per week. The strongest cable show was AMC's "The Walking Dead." Its midseason finale, in November, reached 14.8 million people. Show More Summary
They're gross and scary, but there's no question that part of The Walking Dead's success is the show's incredibly designed zombies. The Walking Dead's season finale will be supersized -- find out how long it will be After five seasons, executive producer/special effects makeup guru Greg Nicotero and... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead
ARC Entertainment shared with us new images from The Walking Deceased, a spoof of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” opening March 20, 2015. The new still shine a light on other zombie films spoofed – from Zombieland to 28 Days Later and even Warm Bodies. What other nods can you catch in the below images? “The […]