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'The Walking Dead' Season 3: More New Characters Coming (Video)

  AMC's  The Walking Dead  isn't finished adding new characters after the announcement of The Governor and Michonne. In a new behind-the-scenes video for the upcoming third season, the cast and creators tease an "ominous and gloomy," "bloody" season that's complete with love and more epic zombie kills in a darker, harder, faster and deeper year to come. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/um2UcmEAlbY/walking-dead-season-3-spoilers-327305

‘The Walking Dead’ Obstacle Course To Be Featured At Comic-Con

Fans of the hit zombie series  The Walking Dead  will be thrilled with the latest news  being reported by EW . According to the news outlet  this year’s annual Comic-Con will feature an obstacle course  for fans of the AMC series. The big event will be held at the San Diego Petco Park this coming summer, running July 12th through the 15th. The same weekend of Comic-Con. The event is called ‘The Walking Dead Escape: San Diego’ with fans able to participate as a  survivor , trying to stay alive as they attempt to make their way through "a zombie-infested evacuation zone, as a Walker, or as a spectator." Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/05/21/the-walking-dead-obstacle-course-to-be-featured-at-comic-con/  

Interview: "The Walking Dead" Alum Jon Bernthal

The actor chats about his post-zombie life, including guest starring on this Sunday's "Harry's Law" and toplining the TNT drama pilot "L.A. Noir." //www.thefutoncritic.com/interviews/2012/05/11/interview-the-walking-dead-alum-jon-bernthal-97303/20120511_bernthal/

'The Walking Dead': Season 3 production underway, Robert Kirkman dishes

On Monday (May 7), production for Season 3 of "The Walking Dead" officially kicked off in Georgia and, to mark the event, AMC posted some juicy details from comic book creator turned executive producer Robert Kirkman, who is on set in Senoia, Ga.Here are a few highlights from the interview, which you can read in full at amctv.com.Q: The room in the prison with all the guns and the SWAT gear in the comic is really cool. Is that going to come up on the show?A: We're a big fan of the SWAT gear here at The Walking Dead writer's room... maybe that's an indication that we'll be seeing that stuff in the show.Q: With the evil Governor in the picture, does that mean the humans are the bigger threat this season?A: The plan was always to evolve naturally into a place were the zombies essentially become a manageable threat. You know the rules. You... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/05/the-walking-dead-season-3-production-underway-robert-kirkman-dishes.html

'The Walking Dead': John Hawkes turned down Governor role

It turns out "The Walking Dead" did court John Hawkes for the role of the Governor in the show's upcoming third season. At least according to John Hawkes. And the reason he turned it down is, well, novel."They offered me the role, and I just felt there would be someone else who could do it better," he tells MovieWeb. "I was flattered, and I took a look at the series. It held interest for me, but I just didn't feel like I was the guy for it.""I have to be careful of what TV shows I choose, particularly ones that have commercials in them, because it's going to be a different kind of television show," continues the "Winter's Bone" co-star. "There are going to be sponsors. No matter how good the show is, if there are commercials, it's going to be a different show, to me. That's just my personal feeling."Hmm.Yeah, it was nice of... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/04/the-walking-dead-john-hawkes-turned-down-governor-role.html

'The Walking Dead' Producers, Cast Reflect on Bloody Season 2, Tease What's Next

  The cast and producers from AMC's zombie drama  The Walking Dead  reflected on death in the post-apocalyptic world during the show's bloody sophomore second year and looked to the future Friday during a lively panel at the TV Academy in North Hollywood. Showrunner  Glen Mazzara , executive producer/comic creator  Robert Kirkman , exec producer  Gale Anne Hurd  and co-EP/effects supervisor  Greg Nicotero  were joined by cast members  Andrew Lincoln  (Rick),  Jon Bernthal (Shane),  Sarah Wayne Callies  (Lori),  Laurie Holden  (Andrea),  Steven Yeun  (Glenn),  Lauren Cohan  (Maggie) and  Scott Wilson  (Hershel) during the two-hour panel where they looked back on the season that was and dropped cryptic teasers about Season 3. Here are 15 highlights: //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/IyKusyyhGbQ/walking-dead-season-3-spoilers-312125

Actress Lauren Cohan Promoted to Series Regular on ‘The Walking Dead’

Actress Lauren Cohan appeared in the recurring role of Hershel’s oldest daughter Maggie in the second season of the hit AMC series   The Walking Dead  and when the show returns for its third season this fall, she will be back on a full-time basis, as she has been signed on as a series regular. According to  TV Line , this "promotion would seem to indicate Glenn’s sweetheart will figure prominently in the new season; but as is the case with this zombie-fest, being a regular cast  member is not a guarantee Maggie will stay alive for the whole season. Case in point: Both Shane and Dale (series regulars Jon Bernthal and Jeffrey DeMunn) were both killed in the show. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/04/10/actress-lauren-cohan-promoted-to-series-regular-on-the-walking-dead/  

Top Moments: Walking Dead's Killer Arrival and Jon Hamm Gets Wet with Jimmy Fallon

Our top moments of the week: 15. Best Bombshell, Part I: On the Switched at Birth season finale, just hours after Regina goes on a date with another man and seems poised to finally get over her no-good baby daddy, John tells her that the best way to save Angelo from deportation would be to marry him. Hm, we're pretty sure getting married isn't in the "Getting Over Your Ex" handbook. 14. Biggest Head-scratcher: The Voice coach Cee Lo Green is the most daring of the show's four mentors, but sometimes he pushes the envelope a little too much for our taste. When he pits arrogant... //www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Walking-Dead-Arrival-1045202.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'The Walking Dead': Jon Bernthal on how Shane's death went down, on-screen and off

Jon Bernthal knew from the beginning -- from before the beginning -- that Shane Walsh, the character he played for two seasons on AMC's "The Walking Dead," wasn't going to make it. In the original comic book, Shane doesn't last past the first issue. But, says Bernthal, series creator Frank Darabont had a plan for Shane -- one that kept him in the mix longer and allowed him to become more integral to the storyline, but would still eventually end up with him dying.And, says Bernthal, when Darabont abruptly left the show in July 2011 -- he was replaced by lead writer Glen Mazzara -- there was a definite shift in the decision-making process."I think it's an unbelievably collaborative process and I think ["The Walking Dead"] more than most is very collaborative," Bernthal tells Zap2it. "Once Frank left I think we were welcomed even more to be a part of that because Frank was really... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/the-walking-dead-jon-bernthal-on-how-shanes-death-went-down-on-screen-and-off.html

'The Walking Dead' Season 2 finale snags 9 million viewers

Things continue to look up for zombies. Sunday's (March 18) Season 2 finale of "The Walking Dead" drew a whopping 9 million viewers who turned in to see the dénouement of the show's sophomore season. That's up 50 percent from Season 1's finale, according to an AMC press release, making it the highest rated episode in the series' history.How does that stack up against the rest of Sunday night's lineup? In the same hour, both CBS' "The Good Wife" and ABC's "Desperate Housewives" drew approximately 9 million viewers each, too, with NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" clocking in at 5.2 million. So, yeah, pretty pretty good for cable. And downright phenomenal for zombies.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/the-walking-dead-season-2-finale-snags-9-million-viewers.html