We have a few "The Walking Dead" Season 4 teasers from Robert Kirkman here and here, and now it's time to hear from exec producer Gale Anne Hurd, who says it's a good bet the zombies, who stayed on the sidelines a lot during Season 3, will become more threatening. Read on for more.
We here at Dread Central appreciate the time and effort fans put into the art of Cosplay more than you can imagine. Some of the things we've come across have left our jaws on the floor. Especially this latest video. Prepare to be wowed.
With the season finale just days away, we know you guys are gobbling up every little bit of "The Walking Dead" content we can feed you, and on tap this morning we have Larry King's recent interview with "TWD" stars David Morrissey and Laurie Holden.
Some things just have to be seen to be believed, and "The Walking Dead" and Toy Story superfan John Wray has delivered something that may have you questioning your sanity. Get ready to behold the undeniable truth that these two franchises are strangely related.
Worlds collide in a new ad campaign AMC has launched to promote the March 31st Season 3 finale of "The Walking Dead" and the April 7th return of "Mad Men." They just want to be sure we don't mix them up!
With Greg Nicotero directing this season's penultimate episode of "The Walking Dead," we knew we were in for an intense - and gloriously gory - evening, but did it have to be so absolutely heart-breaking, too? If you can stand the pain, here's an inside look at "This Sorrowful Life."
Fans of "The Walking Dead" are about to get one step closer to experiencing the zombie apocalypse first-hand: On Monday AMC kicks off Zombie Apocalypse Week, airing each episode of "The Walking Dead" to date every night in primetime.
Remember just a couple of stories back when I mentioned that media is changing in some new and exciting ways? Well, get ready to read up on the most prime example of that ever. Check out all the details on YEAH! TV right here!
We've had a look "inside" last night's episode of "The Walking Dead" as well as getting a peek at the ep's "making of," and now it's time to dig deeper into the most "talked about" scene of the night. Watch as Rick tries to help an old friend in Episode 3.12, "Clear."
We're still wiping away a few lingering tears from Episode 3.12 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Clear," and if you're feeling the same, then come on in and take another look inside and behind-the-scenes of one of the best episodes of the season by far.
PaleyFest 2013 kicked off last night, March 1st, at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California, with a panel for "The Walking Dead"; and if you were among the millions who wanted to attend but couldn't, we have everything you missed right here.
As is their weekly custom, AMC has posted three behind-the-scenes and making-of videos for the just aired episode of "The Walking Dead." Check out these looks inside Episode 3.11, "I Ain't a Judas," including a "talked about" scene in which Andrea has a surprise encounter.
For us around here watching "The Walking Dead" is akin to the most important of Sunday services. That being said, get ready for a look at next week's episode, and start cutting the tension with one hell of a long knife!
Alrighty, survivors! It's time for a pictorial sneak peek from the next episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead." These latest stills should go along nicely with the recently released videos and get you geared up for this Sunday's day at the prison!
Merle (the great Michael Rooker) takes a moment to explain The Governor's character (or lack thereof) to Hershel (Scott Wilson) in this second clip from next Sunday's Episode 3.11 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "I Ain't a Judas." It comes to us by way of AMC's "Talking Dead."