If like us you're still reeling over the amazing season finale of "The Walking Dead", then you'll want to see what showrunner Glen Mazzara has to say about the finale, potential new characters and what fans can expect in Season 3, which kicks off next October. (Oh, the pain!)
The Walking Dead Season 2 Finale Highest Rated of the Series; Cast Looks Ahead to Season 3 in New Video
If last night's Season 2 finale of "The Walking Dead" didn't silence the naysayers, well, then, we suspect nothing will. It was the highest rated episode in the series' history and brought the gory goods like we haven't seen since Season 1. Now it's time to look ahead in a new cast video.
Let us be clear... if you have NOT seen the Season 2 finale of "The Walking Dead," DO NOT READ THIS STORY! If you have... holy shit! It was like the joygasm heard around the world. Read on!
In anticipation of tonight's season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead", Dread Central recently had the opportunity to take part in a conference call with showrunner Glen Mazzara, who chatted about what you can expect from tonight's episode, Season 3, and more about the virus itself.
With the final episode of Season Two of "The Walking Dead" hitting AMC tomorrow and Season Three going before cameras for 16 episodes, one question has remained on everyone's minds - Where's Daryl's brother Merle (Michael Rooker)?
As you're no doubt well aware, this Sunday marks the Season Two finale of "The Walking Dead". During the episode's West Coast feed, writer/exec producer Glen Mazzara (@glenmazzara) will be tweeting live and providing commentary, including special behind-the-scenes tidbits.
The Walking Dead: Q&As with Michael Zegen, Jon Bernthal, and Robert Kirkman; Clip and Photos from Episode 2.13 - Beside the Dying Fire
Last night on "The Walking Dead" the event fans of the comic have been waiting for finally occurred, and it was just as sweet as we hoped it would be! But before we take a peek at the season finale to see how everyone is coping, here's a quick Q&A with guest star Michael Zegen.
Has everyone recovered from the shock of last night's ep of "The Walking Dead"? Well, the power-that-be aren't about to slow down and give us time to catch our breath. On tap for today we have a chat with IronE Singleton (aka T-Dog) and another sneak peek of Episode 2.12, "Better Angels".
While we wait for our therapist to return our phone call following tonight's stunning episode of "The Walking Dead", we thought we'd take our mind off events of this week by looking ahead to next week so here are a few sneak peeks of Episode 2.12, "Better Angels".
Hey! You smell that foul stench? No, it isn't one of the many rotting walkers that are shambling about in AMC's "The Walking Dead". Instead, that's the scent of someone who's about to get into BIG trouble!
The last few episodes of AMC's "The Walking Dead" have been pretty friggin' stellar, and that trend looks to continue on in next week's episode, "Judge, Jury, Executioner". Check out the latest previews courtesy of "Talking Dead" and Spoiler TV.
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?