The crew behind AMC’s Walking Dead is knee-deep into season five, and they’re making some major (and familiar) changes to a rural Georgia town. So, what does it mean?
The dark, gory zombie drama The Walking Dead is one of the biggest television shows in modern history, but there are about a million reasons why it should’ve never succeeded.
Let the speculation commence!
Between his role at Walking Dead publisher Image Comics and his own McFarlane Toys company, Todd McFarlane has left a mark on both industries over the past few decades.
While we patiently wait for The Walking Dead to return this October, the folks at AMC have been kind enough to drop some intriguing new footage from the set of Season 5.
It's a big week for genre TV, with two new premieres and a couple of big Fourth of July weekend marathons.
One of the big questions we have about The Walking Dead (aside from how to escape that train car) is what the producers are cooking up for the spinoff series.
The Walking Dead's fourth season ended on a precipice, but creator Robert Kirkman promises answers are coming, and fast.
It’s going to be a long summer while we wait for The Walking Dead’s return this fall — but it sounds like AMC is going to help us out with some undead activities in the meantime.
We’ve heard of extensive “show bibles” before, but it sounds like the producers behind AMC’s undead hit The Walking Dead might have set a record.