Time for another weekly Q&A from the set of "The Walking Dead". Today Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd describes sending Season 3's extras to zombie graduate school and predicts who would win in a walker vs. pirate battle.
Since being abandoned on a rooftop in Season 1, Merle Dixon has been the source of fervent fan speculation. (Where is he? Is he alive?) Today AMC confirms that Merle (Michael Rooker) will return in "The Walking Dead" Season 3.
While other sites are blatantly just ruining said spoiler by putting who or what it is in the headline, we're trying to preserve this detail for those of you who would rather not know. Go in blind or in the know? The choice is yours.
Ernest Dickerson, director of the Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead", recently chatted with AMCtv.com about introducing Michonne in all her glory, keeping zombies warm with fire, and a whole lot more. Read on for the early word on what's shambling our way next fall!
Here at Dread Central we go out of our way to keep spoilers from you. However, if you click on this particular story, then you know exactly what you're in for ... a reveal! If you want to go into "The Walking Dead" Season 3 blind (which we recommend), then good on ya! For everyone else...
The first image of David Morrissey as The Governor in Season 3 of AMC's "The Walking Dead," is here, and as fans of the comic, we can't help but be a little disappointed. Mainly because Morrissey looks nothing like the nefarious and slimy madman we've all come to vehemently despise.
It's not official yet, but thanks to some words from David Morrissey, the actor playing the dreaded Governor in Season 3 of "The Walking Dead", we can be fairly confident the series is heading to this year's SDCC. Now if only the powers-that-be would put them in Hall H!
Body count may not be the MOST important thing to horror fans, but many agree it's near the top of the list so when we heard that the results of a 2012 TV Body Count Study included quite a few of our favorite series (and most likely several of our readers' as well), we thought we'd pass them on.
Fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead" are about to get a quick fix of undead action as we all wait patiently for Season Three to arrive, as the network has announced a marathon including a B&W version of the pilot and a sneak peek of what's to come and even offered up a brand new still!
For fans of The Walking Dead comics, a moment we've been waiting years for has finally arrived - our first look at the flesh and blood version of one of the most badass characters ever created by the great Robert Kirkman. Yep, we'd say the powers-that-be got it exactly right!
Season Three of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" is filming now so you can expect all sorts of news and goodness hitting the interwebs at a fast and furious pace. Next on tap for you cats is the first word of some new characters, victims, prisoners, what have you...
To kick off the week, we have an on-set interview with Doug Fick, art director of "The Walking Dead". Check it out along with a new behind-the-scenes video from the show's upcoming third season.
AMC has announced a second season pick-up for its unscripted series "Talking Dead", the network’s first live after-show that serves as a platform for discussion for the network's zombie-themed "The Walking Dead."
Production of "The Walking Dead" Season 3 officially kicked off today, May 7th, and we bring you a new on-set Q&A with the show's exec producer Robert Kirkman, who discusses Danai Gurira's (Michonne) sword skills and the most impressive set he's ever seen on the show. (Yes, the prison!)
If you're like other Resident Evil fans, you're a little bummed out about the death of your favorite gaming antagonist Albert Wesker at the end of Resident Evil 5.