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Why Ratings for ‘The Walking Dead’ Just Hit a Six-Year Low

AMC’s blockbuster drama series “The Walking Dead” has consistently been one of television’s highest-rated shows, but Deadline reports that the Nov. 19 episode fell to a six-year ratings low for the series. “With a 3.4 rating among adults 18-49, TWD...

The Walking Dead Ratings Keep Shrinking, This May Be Why

The most recent episode of The Walking Dead had its worst ratings since Season 2, and we think we know why.

The Walking Dead: The Plausible (and Disgusting) Reason Why Father Gabriel Might Be Sick

In typical Walking Dead fashion, the most recent episode saved almost all of the action for the last few minutes. In addition to a mysterious helicopter and a heartbreaking revelation about Negan, Father Gabriel appeared to fall gravely ill. Show More Summary

The Walking Dead ratings hit six year low

I've said it before and I'll say it again, personally, I stopped watching AMC's THE WALKING DEAD after season 2. After Shane was killed off I had little stake in the remaining characters. That said, I realized the series is now all but an entirely different cast, but still, I'm not interested in revisiting the show. Show More Summary

The Walking Dead: Is That Helicopter Setting Up the Fear the Walking Dead Crossover?

Toward the end of "The Big Scary U," last Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) looked up into the sky and saw a helicopter. Uh, what? Who even has helicopters anymore? It was a weird moment that wasn't explained in the episode. Show More Summary

Which Walking Dead Star Convinced David Morrissey To Play The Governor

David Morrissey wasn't sure if he wanted to join the cast of The Walking Dead, but one cast member convinced him to do just that.

According to The Walking Dead Books, Gregory Is Not Long For This World

Image Source: AMC One of The Walking Dead's most vile men happens to be the leader, well, former leader of the Hilltop Colony: Sir Gregory. He unapologetically sheds his snakeskin every chance he gets and manages to float his way through the zombie apocalypse. Show More Summary

Skybound Offering Exclusive “The Walking Dead” Action Figure Set for Black Friday

Celebrating Black Friday in style, “The Walking Dead” publishing company Skybound Entertainment has just announced that they’ll be offering up an exclusive 4-pack of action figures based on characters from the comic book series. Dubbed “Lucille Patrol,” the 4-pack includes variant figures of Negan, The Governor, Alpha and Beta. It’ll be available as a clean […]

“The Walking Dead” Hits 6-Year Ratings Low as Negan Storyline Continues to Lose Viewers

At the risk of coming off like we’re piling on “The Walking Dead” (personally speaking, I’ve been a huge fan and defender of the show since the very beginning), we do think it’s important to talk about what’s happening with the show right now. What’s happening, you ask? Well, viewers are continuing to tune out […]

Develop Daily Writing Resilience to Succeed

“Writing is so difficult that I feel that writers, having had their hell on earth, will escape all punishment hereafter.”—Jessamyn West The dead aren’t supposed to walk among us, but they do. I’ve seen them—writers frazzled from publishing’s...Show More Summary

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‘The Walking Dead’ Ratings Fall To Lowest Result Since 2011

Any episode of The Walking Dead that finds close pals Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon scrapping is already problematic. Add a new empathetic angle to villain Negan and helicopters hovering over the zombie apocalypse and you have a clearly...Show More Summary

The Walking Dead Just Delivered Its Best Episode In Ages

If there's a reason we've all kept watching The Walking Dead after its last two lacklustre seasons, I'd hazard a guess that this week's episode is why. "The Big Scary U" was a reminder that the show can be legitimately excellent TV thanks to its first truly thoughtful and compelling look at Negan - and the reason why he calls his people the Saviors. More »      

Walking Dead” grumble thread: Rick vs. Daryl in the World Series of love

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'The Walking Dead' Recap: No Fighting In The War Room

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Previously on The Walking Dead: King Ezekiel, already experiencing lots of self-doubt, watched helplessly as Shiva, his large and ferocious pet tiger who was able to sneak up on heavily-armed Saviors and take them out without being seen or heard,...

25 Killer Gifts For The Walking Dead Superfans

The Walking Dead has been devastating of late (well, OK, it's always devastating), but you can still brighten up the holidays for any fan of the show with this gift guide. Whether you're looking for a replica of one of the show's badass props or some ridiculously awesome games, we've got it. Show More Summary

Just How Important Is Negan on 'The Walking Dead'?

I am Negan. There, I said it. But not for reasons you may think, as I am obviously Team Rick and friends all the way. However, I do believe that Negan is an integral part of The Walking Dead and an important character, and not just because he's the leader of the Saviors.

The 20 Most Ridiculous Things From Last Night's 'The Walking Dead' S08E05 "The Big Scary U"

3 days agoHumor : Funny or Die

The 20 Most Ridiculous Things From La... Eugene is certainly in a pickle. Get it? Because he's holding pickles! 20 of the most ridiculous things from last night's 'The Walking Dead' S08E05 "The Big Scary U" Submitted by: Dashiell Driscoll Regular Keywords:...Show More Summary

The Walking Dead Season 8 Recap: 'The Big Scary U'

If you've been following AMC's eighth season of The Walking Dead, you know that so far, we're dealing with the events of a single day, focused around the alliance's attack on the empire, aka Hilltop-Alexandria-Kingdom (HAK, as I'm fond of calling them--for no reason whatsoever) against the Saviors. Show More Summary

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