First Look Media’s entertainment studio arm Topic has unveiled its scripted TV series development slate, with projects from Alex Garcia Lopez (Utopia, The Walking Dead), Erin Foley-Chan (The President Show) and Channing Tatum’s Free Association, among others. Show More Summary
Norman Reedus shared a couple of ways that Daryl Dixon was quite a different person in the early Walking Dead scripts.
In what may become the largest profits lawsuit in TV history, Robert Kirkman, co-creator of “The Walking Dead,” along with producers Gale Anne Hurd, Glen Mazzara and David Alpert, filed suit this week against AMC, which they accuse of cheating...
Members of “The Walking Dead’s” creative team feel slighted by their own network, AMC.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from seven seasons of “The Walking Dead,“ it’s that characters we love are eventually going to die. The only characters that seem bulletproof right now are Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon… but I suppose anything can happen. What I’m trying to say is, Daryl totally could die. And Norman […]
AMC's zombie apocalypse drama "The Walking Dead" quickly became one of the most successful shows in television history after its debut in 2010. But its creators are now claiming they haven't gotten their fair share of its record-setting profits. On Monday, many key members of the show's creative...
The Walking Dead ran the emotional gamut in Season 7, and its premiere, while brutal, also featured some lovely moments. Such as this oft-missed detail.
As President Donald Trump doubled down today on his initial ill-chosen remarks of Saturday that "many sides" were to blame for the death and violence in Charlottesville, The Walking Dead actor who plays one of the vilest characters on...Show More Summary
AMC may be the one soon to be gutted after the network was hit by two subsequent lawsuits by current and former The Walking Dead creatives. The Walking Dead producers Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Glen Mazzara, and David Alpert are...Show More Summary
We discuss whether Samsung should give loyal customers additional incentives, as well as a new Amazon initiative and "The Walking Dead."
Insiders note that the new lawsuit from the show's producers — which may see AMC on the hook for an estimated $1 billion in potential damages — may be partially to blame for the delay in landing a top executive. read more
The lawsuit could total as high as $1 billion in damages The post The Walking Dead Producers Sue AMC Over Profits from the Series appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The ratings for AMC's The Walking Dead may not quite reach the heights they used to, but the series is still the most-watched show on television, which would seem to ensure that it has many more seasons ahead of it. Unless maybe there were to be some kind of falling out behind the scenes... Show More Summary
Daryl of “The Walking Dead” has become one of the show’s emotional cores. Actor Norman Reedus tells us how.
Look, The Walking Dead isn't going to kill off Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus). There are two characters who are safe: Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), the man from whose perspective the story is told (for the most part), and Daryl Dixon, the only character for whom fan threats of "if this character dies,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Walking Dead Norman Reedus
Four executive producers of the hit cable series “The Walking Dead” are suing AMC, alleging that they were not paid their fair share of the show’s profits. In a complaint filed Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, plaintiffs Robert Kirkman, Glen Mazzara, David Alpert, Gale Anne Hurd and...
AMC has called the producers’ lawsuit “baseless” and “opportunistic” litigation spawned from the show’s massive success. The post Walking Dead: AMC Responds to Kirkman, Producers’ ‘Baseless’ Lawsuit appeared first on CBR.
AMC's The Walking Dead as you know it may be in trouble. More »
The Walking Dead is one of the biggest and most exciting shows on television, but not everything is exciting in a good way behind the scenes. Roobert Kirkman and Co. just filed a huge lawsuit against AMC.
Being devoured by the undead is probably the number one most horrible fate, but it just barely edges out the second most horrible fate: not getting that money. In a new lawsuit, The Walking Dead comic creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman joined the series’ other EPs Gale Anne Hurd, ... More »