Get ready for Extreme Makeover: The Walking Dead Edition. As we left our intrepid gang at the end of Season 3, they were welcoming a group of former Woodbury residents to the prison. But where are those newbies supposed to stay? Questions like that lead t more
We’re a few months away from season four of AMC’s The Walking Dead, but that’s no reason not to enjoy this behind-the-scenes preview of the in-production series. This particular video talks about the selection process for the director of the season four p more
We are still months away from the premiere of The Walking Dead Season 4 .
But AMC is understandably doing all it can to promote the biggest show in cable history, taking fans behind the scenes in the following production video. Read More... http://www. more
It’s pretty safe to say The Walking Dead Season 4 is going to give us a very different zombie experience. A while back, producer Gale Anne Hurd teased some changes in the new season: "We are going to amp up the threat of the walkers, because they've more
Speaking at the Produced By Conference, Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert spoke of NBC passing on the series and the joke that creator Robert Kirkman made to get the green light for the comic book.
In a video offering behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming installment, Greg Nicotero who directs the season premiere gushes that the opener is 'bigger than any script I've ever done before.' Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00061052.html
AMC just released a great two minute twenty-four second behind-the-scenes video, with the producers of The Walking Dead discussing the development of the Season 4 premiere. Don't miss the fun moment around the 1:45 mark where special effects guru/producer more
Actress Shannon Richardson has been arrested and charged for allegedly sending ricin-tainted letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a law enforcement official confirmed to TheWrap . Read More... http://www.thewrap.co 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
The Walking Dead finished season 3 with a fight between Woodbury and the Prison. The episode ended in an unexpected way with many deaths. Check out the biggest shockers from "Welcome to the Tombs." http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-walking-dead-season more
The most telling line in "The Walking Dead" Season 3 finale came from the Governor: "In this life now, you kill or you die. Or you die and you kill."More than the mantra of a homicidal lunatic, the choice of whether or not to buy into that way of thinking more