In the span of the past three years, AMC's The Walking Dead went from a long-shot series to one of the biggest hits on television. To capitalize on the buzz, the network has dropped millions to buy a Super Bowl ad this year. Want a peek at the most expensive 30 seconds of Walking Dead ever?
It was a big year for sci-fi and fantasy television with Walking Dead chewing up the screen, with The Vampire Diaries killing off its heroine ... kinda, and with American Horror Story getting its freak on. But what TV moments made us laugh or gave us the chills or broke our hearts. And what was our number one favorite moment of the year?
2013 arrives this week and brings with it the premiere of the final season of Merlin, new episodes of Once Upon a Time and American Horror Story: Asylum, and some worthy marathons to keep you warm on a cold New Year's Eve and Day.
To call Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Game a tough act to follow would be an understatement. Many have dubbed it game of the year, and the five-part series revolutionized the concept of episodic gaming. But now, another Walking Dead game is in the works—and we've got the first look right here.
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.
It's not surprising that we turn to Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites to talk about what we're watching on TV at any given time, but have you ever wondered what shows get talked about the most? Or, more importantly, what genre shows get talked about the most?
Zombies and Christmas don't really mix&&8212;but if they did, it might look something like this hilarious fan trailer. It's Rick, Daryl, Hershel, Glenn and The Governor celebrating the season with Secret Santas and serious slaughter. It's the best time of the year!
As if The Walking Dead wasn't creepy enough, it looks like the folks at AMC are about to give it a classic zombie movie makeover. Fans, get ready for The Walking Dead—ala the 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead.
So far in the third season of AMC's The Walking Dead, we've met a couple major characters from the comic books, including the Governor and Michonne. And finally, in the midseason finale, we were introduced to Tyreese, one of the long-awaited comic fan favorites. Well, get ready for more Tyreese. According to the actor who plays him, Chad L. Coleman, we'll see Tyreese in five of the final eight episodes of season three.