Even with -- or maybe because of -- a new showrunner, season four of "The Walking Dead" starts off as strong as ever and promises to build more character development throughout the cast. And yes, the thrills and gore remain.
The “Walking Dead” is back, and it’s… kind of boring, actually.
I know, that’s not something you usually say about a zombie story. Or about “The Walking Dead,” TV’s top scripted show. But there it is. more
It’s finally back, ladies and gentlemen! After 9 months being off the air, even more behind-the-scenes drama, and quite a few notable characters being cast, The Walking Dead returned tonight with the fourth season premiere episode “30 Days Wit more
While one literature-based television show was starting its third season on Sunday Night (Game of Thrones), another was ending it.Over the past three seasons, The Walking Dead has become a phenomenon that has gobbled up viewers faster than a herd of walke more
"Welcome to the Tombs" was a good episode full of post-apocalyptic platitudes but a lot of senseless death, and it tied a ribbon on the season quite nicely. http://www.tv.com/news/the-walking-dead-season-3-finale-review-they-never-could-136480402428/
Season three of The Walking Dead has without a doubt been the strongest season of the show so far, and so the stakes were high for the finale. Most expected an intense battle between the Governor a... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Nicholas_Wrobel/2013/04/ more
The Governor is punching Milton in the face, punishment for setting fire to those zombies in the pit a few episodes back. “We lost eight men because of you,” he tells him, referring to the ones Merle took out back at the grain warehouse confer more
Well, I can’t accuse The Walking Dead of being inconsistent. The season finale perfectly encapsulated the entirety of season 3 — a lot of padding, a few great character moments, and most of all, SOME TOTAL BULLSHIT. Read More... http://feeds.g more