So how's your favorite genre show doing now that the full fall genre show lineup is in place? This week Grimm premiered to...
Zombies have been in the eye of the American public ever since the 1932 Bela Lugosi horror movie White Zombie. And we've liked what we've seen. According to some serious calculations, it turns out that Americans have spent over $5 billion on zombies and zombie-related paraphernalia.
If you're wondering how your favorite genre show is doing now that the fall lineup is almost completely in place, the chart above and the analysis below (which you'll start seeing weekly here at Blastr) reveal encouraging Live + Same numbers.
Just two record-breaking episodes into its second season, The Walking Dead has been renewed for a third year!
Though The Walking Dead has remained relatively faithful to its source material - Robert Kirkman's comics - so far, it remains far from predictable even for the cast. In a new interview, stars Steven Yeun (Glenn) and Jon Bernthal (Shane) made it clear that the show has a mind of its own, and that they open every script without knowing if their character will survive.
George A. Romero is widely revered as the master of all things zombie, but he hasn't yet seen The Walking Dead and turned down a chance to direct episodes of the series. What's he working on instead?
Part of the suspense of The Walking Dead is waiting to see how long it takes for the characters to crack under the apocalyptic pressure. In a new clip from the upcoming episode 202, "Bloodletting," the character who's cracking is T-Dog, and it's not the zombies he's worried about. It's the other survivors.
It seems like die-hard fans weren't the only ones who tuned into the second season premiere of AMC's horror favorite: Enough people strapped in to make it the highest rated cable premiere in almost a decade.
Sometimes, when facing down the inevitable zombie holocaust, it's not the brains-eating that gets to you. It's the undead's irresistible hunger for more cowbell.
Did you watch last night's second season premiere of The Walking Dead? And if you did, what did you think of it? [Don't worry—there'll be no spoilers here ... at least not from US!]