The studio has hired Glen Mazzara to write a Shining prequel. The only problem? Stephen King doesn't think it's a great idea.
Former Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara reveals why he might have killed Rick (Andrew Lincoln) next season.
These days, AMC’s Walking Dead goes through showrunners about as quickly as it does cast members. After departing the series about a month ago, the show’s second axed showrunner Glen Mazzara has finally opened up about what happened behind the scenes.
Is The Walking Dead allergic to showrunners? After Frank Darabont left in season two, his successor Glen Mazzara jumped ship the following year. His exit brought AMC under fire for not only him, but all their personnel.
We've got huge news about AMC's The Walking Dead. The zombie juggernaut will live to see another season—but that's not all. Once again, there's a behind the scenes shakeup.
When the showrunner shake-up behind the scenes of AMC's The Walking Dead took place at the start of the second season, fans were left to wonder exactly how co-creator Frank Darabont's departure would affect the surprise hit. Now, with the third season at its halfway point, Darabont's replacement Glen Mazzara has opened up about what actually changed in the writers' room.
As any fan of The Walking Dead knows, folks don't last long in the zombie apocalypse. In the span of two short seasons, the series has killed off more characters than most shows ever have—and the producers say the carnage is only getting started. But could we ever get to a point where every original character is dead?
The third season of The Walking Dead finally debuts this Sunday, and showrunner Glen Mazzara promises the brutal zombie survival tale will continue to bring the pain. In fact, it seems at least a few major players won't make it to the finale alive. Spoilers ahead for The Walking Dead comics and potentially season three!
We're all pumped for the arrival of the sinister Governor in season three of The Walking Dead this fall. Showrunner Glen Mazzara is excited too, so much so that he says we shouldn't expect this character to go anywhere for a while. SPOILERS AHEAD!
The producers of AMC's The Walking Dead have already appealed to annoyed fans, asking them to give Rick Grimes' young son Carl another chance. Now we know why—it seems the Carl we'll meet in season three won't be the same bone-headed kid we've come to know.