It’s been roughly six months since we last saw the Walking Dead gang and plenty has changed at Prisonville, where life seems downright cushy these days. There’s a farm inside the fence, a sweet reinforced front gate lined with pointy wooden stakes, More »
It’ll never stop. As long as there are people, there will be new walkers. New undead adversaries to make the lives of Rick and his ragtag survivors a constant, miserable struggle. The Walking Dead ...
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Was anyone else a little underwhelmed by Sunday’s “Walking Dead” return?
I wrote last week that the premiere was a little boring, and I’ll stand by that. The problem isn’t new show runner Scott Gimple’s stated intention to focus on character developm More »
Simply by itself, the title of The Walking Dead Season 4 premiere, " 30 Days Without an Accident ," gave off the ominous but predictable implication that somebody was going to end up walker food.
But peace time has found its way to the prison after a More »
Last season, we said goodbye to three original characters -- RIP T-Dog, Lori and Andrea -- and met a dangerous new foe in The Governor. In the season 3 finale, Rick made a choice to merge his prison group with the remaining Woodbury survivors.
“The Walking Dead” returned Sunday night for its fourth season, and it's finding new ways to dump zombies right into our laps. Read More...
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Life has definitely changed for the survivors of "The Walking Dead" as the AMC series enters its fourth season. The Season 4 premiere, "30 Days Without An Accident," introduces a new threat to a world already populated with the likes of walkers and Govern More »
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the fourth season premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which life at the prison is good — but is it too good to last? Read More...
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