Netflix has The Walking Dead Season 6 coming just around the corner for those of you that have been waiting for so long to see what all the fuss has been about this past summer. Although fans will not get an answer to their burning question about what happened at the end of Season 6... Show More Summary
Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Here is an excerpt from an informative article by Dmitry Orlov: A whiff of World War III hangs in the air. In the US, Cold War 2.0 is on, and the anti-Russian rhetoric emanating from the Clinton campaign, echoed by the mass media, hearkens back to McCarthyism and the red scare. Show More Summary
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Part of what makes The Walking Dead such great television is the balance between the constant threat of zombies and the even more dangerous human survivors. Well now it appears that one half of that threat was originally not going to be very present. And it ain't the humans.
NBC had a very different, potentially zombie-less vision for the hit series when Frank Darabont originally pitched it to the network. The post NBC Wanted The Walking Dead to be a Zombie-less Procedural appeared first on CBR.com.
Last season on The Walking Dead, the zombies were more grotesque and decomposed. While this will still happen in Season 7, Robert Kirkman revealed a small TWD spoiler. It turns out that zombies won’t just walk around, but will be used in “more interesting ways.” Possible spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 7 might be... Show More Summary
Mike gives his breakdown of Episode 8 "Grotesque" from Fear The Walking Dead and also gives his preview to Season 7 of The Walking Dead.
There’s no denying that THE WALKING DEAD is the biggest genre show on television, so one could only imagine the online waves caused by last season’s shocking cliffhanger. Now, fans have the chance to relive all the mad and macabre moments of THE WALKING DEAD’s sixth season through a whole new lens, as the series […]
Netflix has a pretty good lineup of movies and TV shows headed to their list of screening options in September. Those looking to do a Jaws marathon will get their chance. And if you're a season behind on The Walking Dead, you'll have your chance to get caught up.
Warning: This article contains potential Walking Dead spoilers for Season 7. With The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere just two months away, fans are still trying to find spoilers identifying the character Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) killed with Lucille, his barbed-wire wrapped baseball bat, at the end of Season 6. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead is one of the biggest shows on television, but some fans don't get to watch seasons as they unfold live. The first five seasons have been on Netflix for a while, and now we know when Season 6 will become available.
Netflix is stepping up its game in September. The most recent seasons of your favorite shows are coming (Luther! The Walking Dead! Gotham!), plus a ton of exciting movies. Before you start compiling a list, make sure you've made it through all the stuff that hit the streaming service in August. Show More Summary
As summer winds down and another month comes to a close, we've only got one thing on our minds — what new movies and shows are we getting on Netflix next month! Not only are we getting an AH-Mazing looking new show in Marvel's Luke Cage, but season six of The Walking Dead is dropping, so [...]
Gale Anne Hurd, executive producer on "The Walking Dead," sees Negan, the character played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, as a "gamechanger" in season seven. Speaking at a masterclass at the Edinburgh Intl. TV Festival, Hurd spoke about the infamous scene in the season six finale when Negan arrives with...
As summer turns to fall and you start spending less time outside and more time on the couch, Netflix has more good stuff for you to watch. In September, the streaming service gets Season 6 of The Walking Dead, Season 3 of The Blacklist,...Show More Summary
The sixth season of "The Walking Dead" left fans with a major cliffhanger. After Negan's wrath, there's got to be some who survived.
Michael Cudlitz, who plays the burly Abraham on The Walking Dead, dished with Pop Sugar on his romantic triangle, breaking Rosita’s heart, falling in love, and dodging an arrow to the eye. And naturally, Walking Dead fans will be happy to know he also talked about that controversial Season 6 finale. Show More Summary
Technically it has only been one episode since the core characters in AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead split, but already fans are wondering when they will get back together — or if they will at all. According to Fear‘s showrunner, it will happen between at least two groups, but not for some time yet. Show More Summary
A masterclass dedicated to the hit show, which airs on AMC in the U.S. and Fox in the U.K., took over the Edinburgh Television Festival. read more
Once you get past all of the blood and guts flying around The Walking Dead, it's easy to see that the heart of the zombie drama can be found in its complex characters. One of them, gruff former Army Sergeant Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz),...Show More Summary