The Walking Dead: Can Rick Get His Act Together to Save His Group?

After declaring a "Ricktatorship" in the Season 2 finale, the third season of The Walking Dead has seen the group's fearless leader descend into madness, threatening their wellbeing and ability to survive while The Governor ( David Morrisey ) and his cronies in Woodbury prepare to knock at their gates for an all-out war. Will Rick ( Andrew Lincoln ) be able to gather his wits about him and lead the group safely through the impending battle? Or will his questionable sanity ultimately be their downfall?

'Walking Dead' Season 4: Scott Gimple confirmed as showrunner for 16 episode season

With five episodes left to air in Season 3 of "The Walking Dead," AMC has announced that production on Season 4 is set to begin May 6 and officially confirmed Scott M. Gimple as the new showrunner.Gimple was widely known to be the choice to replace departing showrunner Glen Mazzara, but the network had not officially confirmed his role until today.Just like Season 3, Season 4 has received a 16 episode order and is expected to premiere in October 2013.Gimple has been a part of the show's writing staff since Season 2 and has been credited with key episodes including Season 2's midseason finale "Pretty Much Dead Already" (with the reveal of walker Sophia) and Season 3's "Hounded" (which brought together the separate Woodbury and prison storylines). He also wrote the penultimate episode of the current season, "This Sorrowful Life," set to air March 24.Additionally, "The Walking Dead" has promoted co-executive producer and special effects...

The Walking Dead Season 3: Will Merle Dixon Die?

Will Merle Dixon make it to the end of The Walking Dead Season 3? Fans have threatened to riot if Daryl Dixon dies, but it sounds like his brother’s fate is more up-in-the-air. Merle is not welcome back at Woodbury and he’s not terribly welcome at the prison, either. But he’s loyal to his brother, so wherever Daryl goes, Merle will go — unless, of course, Merle is killed. According to, actors Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Michael Rooker (Merle) recently had...

The Walking Dead Season 3 Spoilers: Why Andrea Didn't Kill The Governor on Episode 11

She had her shot and she choked. Why? Laurie Holden defended her character, Andrea — again — after The Walking Dead Season 3, Episode 11, "I Ain't a Judas." Why didn't she kill The Governor when she was standing over him with a knife, as helpfully suggested by Carol?  "Let me just be clear, it was not out of love at all," Laurie told TV Guide. "So when the fans go nuclear, just so you know, that was not a, 'Oh, he's so handsome while he's sleeping and I have feelings...

The Walking Dead: What Will Happen When Andrea Reunites with the Group?

It's the moment Walking Dead fans have been waiting for since last season's finale: On Sunday's episode (airing 9/8c, AMC), Andrea ( Laurie Holden ) will finally reunite with Rick ( Andrew Lincoln ) and the rest of the survivors that she originally teamed up with at the beginning of the series. But will it actually be a joyous reunion considering Andrea has literally been sleeping with the enemy, Woodbury's sadistic Governor ( David Morrisey ) who is hell-bent on killing everyone in the desolate prison? The simple answer is No. For the more complete answer, turned to Holden to find out how Andrea will attempt to prevent the oncoming war. Plus: Can Andrea and Michonne ( Danai Gurira ) ever repair their relationship?

'Walking Dead' stills from Season 3 episode 11 'I Ain't a Judas': Dixon brothers battle walkers

AMC has released four additional stills from the next episode of "The Walking Dead," "I Ain't a Judas," revealing more of the group's attempt to keep the prison safe from the increased walker threat.There's no question Merle will have to prove his worth, and it looks like he's committed to keeping the prison a walker-free zone. But is he committed enough to face down his old buddy, the Governor?Check out even more images in our "The Walking Dead" Season 3 gallery....

The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 11 Spoilers: Will Tyreese's Group Support Team Prison or Woodbury?

MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! In a way, they lucked out. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) went crazy at just the right time, just as he looked like he might relent and allow Tyreese (Chad Coleman) and his newbies to stay at the prison. Rick had that vision of Lori at the end of The Walking Dead Season 3, Episode 9, and toward the end of Episode 10, “Home,” The Governor (David Morrissey) and his Woodbury men attacked the prison. It’s possible one of Tyreese group might’ve been shot...

Stop Being the Leader, Dad! Sneak Peek of The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 11 (VIDEO)

Carl has something to say to Rick in this sneak peek of The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 11, "I Ain't a Judas," but he doesn't want his dad to get mad. Carl: "You should stop." Rick: "Stop what?" Carl: "Being the leader. Hershel and Daryl will handle things. You deserve a rest." Dad, you've been fired.  Catch up on all kinds of Walking Dead recaps, spoilers, news, videos and polls at

Merle Warns Hershel About The Governor: Sneak Peek of Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 11 (VIDEO)

In this sneak peek of The Walking Dead Season 3, Episode 11, "I Ain't a Judas," Merle gets very detailed when explaining to Hershel how The Governor will kill all of them one by one, starting with Merle and ending with Rick.  OK, Merle, but if The Governor is such an awful guy, why did you tell Andrea he was a good guy? Why did you stay with him for so long?  Catch up on all kinds of Walking Dead recaps, spoilers, news, videos and polls at

Promo For The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 11 "I Ain't A Judas" (VIDEO)

On The Walking Dead  Season 3 Episode 11, "I Ain't A Judas” (premieres Sunday, February 24), Carl tells Rick he should stop being the leader. Andrea says she’s going to see her prison peeps. The Gov said if she goes to the prison, she stays there. (GOOD!) Carol tells Daryl that Merle is his brother, but he’s not good for him. Hershel yells to Rick to “Get back here!” Should the prison group welcome Andrea or tell her to go to hell? Catch up on all kinds of...