Cable network AMC is looking to keep mining the genre for ratings gold, and they've come up with "99 Stories" to do so with. Check out the first details on this new show right here!
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Lauren Cohan (Maggie Greene); Clips and Photos from Episode 2.11 - Judge, Jury, Executioner
If last night's episode of "The Walking Dead" is any indication, Shane appears to be inching closer to his fate as depicted in the comics. But first here are a Q&A with Lauren Cohan (Maggie), and a few clips and photos from the upcoming Episode 2.11, "Judge, Jury, Executioner".
Finally, the press release we've been waiting months for has arrived: An actor has been chosen to play "The Governor" in AMC's "The Walking Dead", and while it's not someone instantly to familiar to us, considering how well casting for the show has gone thus far, we have faith he will fit the part just fine.
Here's a happy surprise... Showrunner Glen Mazzara is kicking ass with AMC's "The Walking Dead", taking the reins after Frank Darabont's highly controversial dismissal. Dare we say it; the last two episodes have been the best of the season. So what surprises lay ahead?
Ever wonder how the CGI masters at Stargate Studios fill in the gaps between reality and what you see on TV during "The Walking Dead"? Then this Visual Effects Breakdown video is for you! And once you're done with that, we have another sneak peek of Episode 2.10, "18 Miles Out".
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Scott Wilson (Hershel Greene); a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.10 - 18 Miles Out
In last night's episode of "The Walking Dead", seeds were sown for the inevitable Rick vs. Shane showdown, and we can't wait! But first here's a Q&A with Scott Wilson, who plays Hershel, and a sneak peek of upcoming Episode 2.10, "18 Miles Out".
Zombies sure are popular these days - so popular, in fact, that AMC’s February 12th mid-season premiere of “The Walking Dead” became the strongest telecast for any drama in basic cable history. To celebrate, we have a few stills from the upcoming Episode 2.09, "Triggerfinger".
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes); a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.09 - Triggerfinger
One thing's for sure after last night's return of "The Walking Dead": Rick Grimes is finally becoming as badass on TV as he is in the comics! Here's a Q&A with actor Andrew Lincoln, who portrays Grimes, along with a look at next week's Episode 2.09, "Triggerfinger".
Launching this Sunday, February 12th, at 9:00 pm is "The Walking Dead Story Sync", a web-based application playable on tablet devices and computers that allows viewers to interact with other viewers and the show during the premiere broadcasts of Season 2 of “The Walking Dead.”
Some pretty interesting details concerning the upcoming Season 3 of AMC's "The Walking Dead" hit the Internet today along with a bit of news clarifying who won't be playing the Governor on the show.
Another Teaser Trailer for The Walking Dead's Return; A Multimedia Flipbook Interview with Greg Nicotero
It's getting so close we can smell it...and rotting corpses never smelled so sweet! Yep, "The Walking Dead" is heading back to the airwaves on February 12th, and in honor of its return we have another teaser trailer along with an interactive "flipbook" in which makeup effects maestro Greg Nicotero reveals the process by which he brings each of the show's walkers to life.
In all of horror literature there are few villains as despicable as The Walking Dead's Governor. Speculation has been running rampant as to who should play him in the TV version of the graphic novel on AMC, and one person has gone so far as to suggest himself. Curious? Read on!
Oh, it's just in the air, kids. Breathe in; you can smell it! Yep, the shit is going to hit the fan during the second half of AMC's "The Walking Dead", and we've got your chance to check out the first three minutes right now.
A few days ago we got some preliminary details about the two "mystery men" who were revealed at the end of a promo for the upcoming Episode 2.08, "Nebraska", of "The Walking Dead"; and now things have been fleshed out a bit. In addition, if you don't mind mild spoilers, we have brief synopses of the balance of the Season 2 installments.
Is it February 12th yet? The more we see of the upcoming episodes of "The Walking Dead" on AMC, the more we can't wait for the mid-season premiere. In the meantime we'll just keep watching and rewatching this new promo video.