The Walking Dead has never been afraid to move away from things that happen in the comic books, or even change things so that the fate of one character happens to another character. An example can last season when Denise took an arrow the head, something that happened to Abraham in the comic books. Show More Summary
Show your support for the only winning team of the zombie apocalypse with the Walking Dead Grimes and Dixon 2016 Men’s T-Shirt. Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon know a thing or two about dealing with corrupt governors, brain-dead citizens, and even people who have developed special culinary passions, so they are the obvious choice to […]
Nikolas Cassadine isn’t the only dead man walking on ABC’s General Hospital. There is another guy walking around, but the difference is that Carlos Rivera is really dead. He has come back to haunt his killer, Julian Jerome, and to try to drive him into doing something terrible. Show More Summary
You know the drill by now. The Walking Dead ended Season 6 with the highly anticipated introduction of the monstrous Negan, and paired that with a cliffhanger that kept the identity of Negan's first victim a secret. And there's one big way that the show can make up for it.
By Robert Niles: Universal Studios Hollywood's new The Walking Dead Attraction will feature an unprecedented mix of live action, animatronics, video projection, and practical theater effects when it opens early next month. I went onShow More Summary
Norman Reedus has had to get down and dirty over the years of The Walking Dead, but there's one thing that he never wants to do again as Daryl Dixon, or any other character.
A year-round apocalypse is coming, and you’ll probably enjoy every minute of it. An attraction at Universal Hollywood is about to become an indoor maze based on the popular zombie TV series The Walking Dead. Originally hosted under a seasonal tent, it is set to become a year-round event. Show More Summary
“When there’s no more booze in Hell, the dead will walk the earth…” So warns the tagline of deliciously unhinged, gleefully transgressive NYC Zombie Crawl, which celebrates its tenth madcap apocalypse this Sunday, June 26th—and this edition is pretty clearly shaping up to be the nuttiest, bloodiest one yet. The full dizzying schedule of visual, aural and […]
It's all hands on deck at Universal Studios Hollywood. Behind double doors with the phrases "DON'T OPEN" and "DEAD INSIDE" scrawled across them in black paint, a team of workers is carefully positioning 12 creepy robotic hands as nearby crew members paint animatronic zombie heads and construct...
Orphan Black, Orange is the New Black, and Archer all join Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead in the grey area. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
"Walking Dead" themed Air Warriors weapons, including as Michonne's Katana and Carl's Revolver, will be available as SDCC-exclusive toys.
Legends of Tomorrow casts its new Vixen. Norman Reedus continues to hype up The Walking Dead’s gruesome return. Kevin Conroy teases the Batman’s laugh in The Killing Joke. Plus, even more casting for Spider-Man: Homecoming, behind the scenes on Doctor Who season 10, and Stephen Amell on Arrow’s future. Spoilers! Read more...
The Walking Dead may not return for Season 7 until October, but fans are still trying to figure out who Negan killed in that shocking Season 6 finale cliffhanger. According to Design & Trend, fans have been keeping a close eye on which of the Walking Dead actors that have been spotted on set, and... Show More Summary
It's a relatively new phenomenon for high-profile TV series to be the subject of intense observation for the sake of providing informative leaks, and it's understandable that The Walking Dead is raging against that kind of behavior. But one star from the show has a somewhat surprising...
Damn you, Chris Hardwick, look what you did! After seeing the success of aftershows for AMC hits like The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad, other networks have been getting in on the action. HBO has one for Game of Thrones, and USA just announced one for season two of Mr. Robot. Read more...
The Walking Dead Season 6 has faced an onslaught of spoilers online ever since that eventful season finale that has people talking. But there are groups of people who do not have cable and wait every year for seasons of The Walking Dead to be released on Netflix to stream the show. Show More Summary
It’s not enough for a cable network to have a great show. It’s also got to have a talk show to follow that great show. This is why HBO’s Game of Thrones has After the Thrones, and The Walking Dead has The Talking Dead, and before that they had the failed Talking Saul, and Talking Bad. That’s the great thing about talking: it […]
Outcast has a lot of things going for it: it's genuinely terrifying, it's the brainchild of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, and above all, its cast never fails to deliver standout performances. If you've found yourself watching the actors in Cinemax's exorcism drama with a weird sense of déjà vu, though, you're not alone. Show More Summary
[This is our requisite spoiler alert for The Walking Dead, but most of the spoiler info can only be accessed by clicking links, so scroll with caution.] It’s been nearly three months since The Walking Dead’s sixth season ended in a cliffhanger that was made all the less welcome by that bullshit move from before the mid-season mark. Show More Summary
After the shocking mid-season finale of "Fear The Walking Dead," fans are wondering about the fate of Nick (Frank Dillane).