The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira and Greg Nicotero on Carol's Fate, Michonne's Intensity, Rick's Phone Call, and Lots More
Episode 3.05 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Say the Word," brought us Penny, Rick losing his mind, a mysterious ringing telephone, a zombie pit fight, and Michonne leaving Woodbury without Andrea.
Ironically enough, two of the most beloved characters on "The Walking Dead" TV show, Merle and Daryl Dixon, never appeared in the comics; and it's now time for a chat with Michael Rooker (Merle), who describes getting into fighting shape for his character's return...
Behind-the-Scenes Video from The Walking Dead Episode 3.05 - Say The Word; Sneak Peek of Episode 3.06 - Hounded
Fans of The Walking Dead comics got the answer last night as to whether Rick would be talking on the phone with "someone" on the TV show as well, and we have to say it played out perfectly.
Have you recovered from last week's devastating episode of "The Walking Dead" yet? Andrew Lincoln's heart-wrenching performance at the end of it was Emmy-worthy, and tonight's Episode 3.05, titled "Say The Word", continues where we left off.
The Walking Dead's Sarah Wayne Callies and IronE Singleton Talk Death, Moral Dilemmas, and Lots More!
After last Sunday night's mind-blowing episode of "The Walking Dead," we sat in on a conference call with Sarah Wayne Callies and IronE Singleton, who talked about the fate of their characters and lots more. If you somehow haven't seen the episode yet, beware of major spoilers inside!
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes); Another Clip from Episode 3.05 - Say The Word
Fans of the comic on which "The Walking Dead" is based weren't too surprised by the demise of a major character last night, but the "how" did catch us a bit off guard. Here's a Q&A with Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) discussing the death, a secret tradition of the cast, and more.
The Walking Dead: Recap and Behind-the-Scenes of Episode 3.04 - Killer Within; Sneak Peek of Episode 3.05 - Say The Word
After having a week off from zombie slaying and taking out the thrash (both the human and non-human kinds), Rick Grimes and the gang at the prison are back in tonight’s gripping episode, entitled "Killer Within."
The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman and David Morrissey Talk the First Appearance of The Governor and More
Fresh off a game-changing episode of "The Walking Dead," franchise creator Robert Kirkman and new cast member David Morrissey, who plays the dreaded Governor, sat down to talk about the path of the season, the future of the show, the Governor and his aquariums.
After his comment at the end of last night's episode, it sounds like we may never learn the real name of "The Walking Dead"'s Governor, but this Q&A with David Morrissey should shed some light on a few other things involving the character.
The just concluded Episode 3.03 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Walk With Me," introduced us to the Governor and took us away from the core group we're used to following. Here's a look "inside" the ep along with a sneak peek of next Sunday's Episode 3.04, "Killer Within."
Three new images from television's #1 show "The Walking Dead" (how we love saying that) are here that include more undead goodness along with another look at the infamous governor. Check 'em out courtesy of Yahoo!
Big news has come in for AMC and its hit television show "The Walking Dead." It warms our hearts that the horror genre is as of right now holding the #1 spot on television in non-sports. Oh, the blood-splattered glory of it all.
As they often do, AMC has kicked off the week with a new Q&A with a member of "The Walking Dead" cast. In this installment veteran actor Scott Wilson explains how his beard helps shape his character and describes losing a limb on-screen.
The premiere issue of The Walking Dead, The Official Magazine hits newsstands and digital platforms tomorrow, October 23rd, and we have a look at all seven of the available variant covers right here!