Corpse disposal was much on the minds of the Walking Dead characters in last night’s episode, “Wildfire,” following the campfire massacre of the preceding week. The show’s simple, but contentious, conundrum? What to do with the bodies of loved ones that could turn into zombies who love the taste of bodies? The answers were varied. While Andrea took a heartbroken age to shoot Amy, Norman Reedus’ Daryl wasted no time pickaxeing in the head any corpse that moved, or at least looked like it might do so. Meanwhile, poor Jim was left to zombie-ficate by the side of the road as the rest of the diminished band of survivors headed off to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (which, as I’ve noted elsewhere, really seems to have been sleeping on the job with regard to both control and prevention. I will be extremely disappointed if Noah Emmerich’s CDC scientist gets a bonus this Christmas). To Read More Click Here.
Here is a sneak peek and check out the first photos of the finale episode of THE WALKING DEAD “TS-19? Episode 6 which airs Sunday December 5 at 9pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis: Rick and the group are allowed into the CDC, by a strange doctor. But all is not what it seems in their newfound haven. To Read More Click here.
This week, "The Walking Dead" took viewers by surprise when [Spoiler Alert] several characters are killed in a zombie attack. The flesh-eating creatures have reached the top of the hills and killed several people including Ed and Amy. In the sneak peek to next week's episode, Andrea is so taken by her sister's death that she stays all night by her corpse. The others including Lori try to convince her to let Amy go but Andrea refuses to do so. She even points a gun at Rick when he is trying to persuade her. To Read More Click Here.
The Walking Dead , since its premiere in October, has been a runaway success. The series premiere, "Days Gone Bye," attracted 5.35 million viewers, the highest figures AMC has ever gotten with a scripted original program. And, surprisingly enough, viewership for the show hasn't sunk as much as one would think. The series has been hovering with around 5 million viewers. "Guts," the second episode, scored 4.71 viewers, while "Tell It to the Frogs," episode three, got 5.07 million. Sunday's episode, "Vatos," was down from episode three's viewership considerably, with only 4.75 viewers. However, as you can tell, it was still above episode two's viewership. To Read More Click Here.
Fans of new AMC series "The Walking Dead" may squirm at the following news. THR is reporting that the zombie series is not going to be back for the second season anytime soon. The predicted premiere date of the new season is October 2011, which is exactly a year after the first season debuts. This is particularly frustrating for some because the first season only has 6 episodes. But AMC has several good reasons to premiere the series that late. First of all, it aims for another Fearfest which is the horror-themed programmings leading to Halloween festivity. There will be higher level of audience which fits the genre, and since "Walking Dead" is doing fairly well, it can compete with broadcast shows which mainly premiere in Fall. To Read More Click Here.
As AMC sews up the first season of the apocalyptic zombie hit The Walking Dead, the survivors begin to turn on one another. "Before it's all said and done, the opinions and actions of the group are divided," according to executive producer/director Frank Darabont. "Stakes are higher, dissension develops, rivalries intensify," adds executive producer Gale Ann Hurd, so expect the last two episodes to include shifting allegiances and emotional betrayals. After an attack on the camp, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the remaining refugees seek new shelter. And Darabont reasons, "If I'm in some biological holocaust and I'm in Atlanta, wouldn't the Centers for Disease Control be the first place to go?" Enter the mysterious Dr. Jenner (Noah Emmerich), who Hurd says, "has his own unique perspective on the crisis." Source Here
Here is a sneak peek and check out the first photos of the upcoming episode ofTHE WALKING DEAD “Vatos” Episode 4 which airs Sunday November 21 at 9pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis: THE WALKING DEAD “Vatos” Episode 4 – Rick’s mission to Atlanta is jeopardized when things go awry. Jim becomes unhinged in camp. Source & Preview
The terrifyingly talented character actor may have seen his villainous Dale Lawson killed off in Burn Notice's midseason opener, but he's surviving on AMC's shocker (so far) as Merle Dixon, a vicious racist who was handcuffed to a pipe on a rooftop while brain-eating zombies closed in on him — and apparently escaped by cutting off his own hand. And you thought James Franco had it tough in 127 Hours! Rooker's no stranger to horror: He made his chilling big-screen debut in the title role of 1986's Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and to quote his imdb.com biography, "much of his career has been spent playing brutes, villains and psychopaths." But Dixon may be his most frightening creation yet. Give that man a hand! Do you think Michael Rooker's killing it on The Walking Dead? Source Here
Things we've learned about 'The Walking Dead' so far: It's awesome, Glenn's driving skills are pretty sick, the zombies still look incredible and Lori is ... complicated. In episode 3, 'Tell it to the Frogs' (Sun., Nov. 14 at 10PM ), Rick grapples with some very tough decisions and the group of survivors who ventured into Atlanta for supplies return to camp. In this exclusive clip, witness some very touching reunions and one very big tease. Need to catch up on 'The Walking Dead'? AMC will be airing the first two episodes on Sun., Nov. 14 starting at 8PM with the new episode following at 10PM. For even more 'Walking Dead' goodness, check out the show's very active Twitter and Facebook pages. Source & Preview
Sure the ratings for The Walking Dead broke records for AMC and cable programming in general, and a second season has already been ordered for Frank Darabont’s adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s zombie fueled comic book series. But there’s probably plenty of people out there who haven’t checked out this new series, or who may have missed an episode and don’t find themselves in possession of a DVR. For all those people, and the chance to get even more viewers hooked on the new series, AMC will air the first three episodes of The Walking Dead back-to-back this Sunday, November 14th starting at 8/7c. The short marathon will start with the pilot Days Gone Bye, move on to the second episode Guts and culminate with the premiere of the third episode Tell It to the Frogs. If you haven’t caught on to this stellar new series yet then you need to join the zombie hoard this weekend. Source Here