After more than two months off the air we were finally treated to a brand-new hour of The Walking Dead last Sunday night as the second half of Season 4 debuted. Season 4, Episode 9: “After” wasn’t a very action-packed installment, but it did allow us to c more
The Walking Dead took a fairly sizable risk with its Season 4 mid-season premiere, as audiences may have expected to see something more explosive in the opener. Traditionally, the series has saved the truly seismic events for the finales, but it wouldn't more
In the world of The Walking Dead , every single character we come across has experienced a great loss. A number of them, really: family, friends, community, society… everything that’s taken for granted in life suddenly disappears, the petty dramas of eve more
Though we still haven’t ruled out the possibility of seeing The Governor (David Morrissey) on The Walking Dead in a series of flashbacks, Team Prison (or whatever we should start calling them now) can rest assured that the one-eyed dude is definitely dead more
On The Walking Dead , the security of the prison is gone and the prison family is separated all over. In "After," Carl's forced to go out on his own after his father's injured. His isolation provides moments of personal growth and survival. Meanwhile, Mic more
AMC’s “The Walking Dead” returned for its midseason Season 4 premiere on Sunday, drawing 15.8 million total viewers.
The premiere drew 10.4 million viewers in the key 18-49 demographic.
Compared to its midseason finale, the “Walking Dead” midsea more
Carl-haters got a special treat tonight, as the sheriff-hat-wearing lad managed to be awful to and at pretty much everything — he's shitty to Rick and shitty at dealing with zombies. But his general ineptitude is the highlight of The Walking Dead 's mid-s more