From blood, guts and the downfall of morality in what's left of mankind, AMC's The Walking Dead has already pushed the limits of what it will show on cable TV. But what's the one thing series creator Robert Kirkman has no plans of including anytime soon?
In everything from storytelling to character deaths, AMC's The Walking Dead has beefed up everything for season three—most notably the zombie kills. Want to get caught up on every zombie kill this year?
After a very light Thanksgiving week, most of our shows were back in force to make their presence felt before the holiday break. The Walking Dead hit its midseason finale with predictably huge numbers, while Once Upon a Time and American Horror Story: Asylum began to bounce back after slumps.
What is happening, nerd community? First, a guy stabs his cousin to death over some collectible Marvel drinking glasses and now we've got another case of violence almost as grizzly.
For a show known for pushing the envelope, the midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead made a line and then jumped clean across it—leaving the fate of two fan favorite characters hanging in the balance along the way. So what do the show's producers have to say for themselves? [Spoilers ahead!]
The holiday season is upon us, and that means our TV schedule is slimming out a bit. Most of our shows had Thanksgiving week off, but there's still plenty to talk about. American Horror Story tried to brave the holiday week and paid for it, while Once Upon A Time got a big rebound and Revolution stopped falling. And you can probably guess how The Walking Dead did.
The past two months of The Walking Dead have led to this—the midseason finale, in which the survivors and Woodbury collide. Showrunner Glen Mazzara recently answered some burning questions about their big confrontation. [Spoilers ahead!]
The Walking Dead's midseason finale will be full of surprises. Several characters will come to ahead, and we'll meet another comic book favorite. As the prison gang and Woodbury natives collide, they'll introduce a third group led by a familiar face.
Most fans would agree that The Walking Dead's ruthless Governor is a pretty evil guy. But believe it or not, the man who brings him to life begs to differ. So how does actor David Morrissey explain away all the crazy?
We all know Daryl (Norman Reedus) on The Walking Dead is a badass. But what if he was a zombie-filling, anime Indiana Jones-wannabe on the hunt for a mythical crossbow?