There’s nothing sadder than a wasted bouquet of flowers. Sorry, Tyreese (Chad Coleman). And sorry Karen (Melissa Ponzio) — she who got under his skin in The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 2, “Infected,” then got sick, and then got burned. Does Karen quali more
" Infected " was a better episode of The Walking Dead than " 30 Days Without an Accident ," but it couldn't have had the same level of impact without the premiere as its lead in.
Without seeing Rick as the boring farmer with no gun, there couldn't be more
During last week's season 4 premiere, we learned that Rick's crew turned the prison into a peaceful safe haven, only to see that peace interrupted when one of the occupants died from a mysterious disease and resurrected inside the prison walls.
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Humanity is once again showing its worst side on "The Walking Dead." With the virus now having potentially infected every character on the show, at least one person in the Prison is taking the matter of stopping the illness' spread into his or her own han more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Infected," the October 20 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which Rick's group deals with zombie attacks both inside and outside the prison walls. Read More...
The best scene of tonight’s episode of “The Walking Dead,” didn’t involve zombies, or bullets, or blood, or even dialogue for that matter. Read More...
We start our new season after a lapse of several months. A new system is established: crops are being grown, Walkers are being dispatched in planned attacks, Carol is teaching the younger kids how ...