"The Walking Dead" returns on Sunday, February 9th, and while we still don't know the title and synopsis of Episode 4.09, we have a new trailer to share. The ep was written by Robert Kirkman and directed by Greg Nicotero so we expect lots of turmoil and action!
"The Walking Dead" super fan and Vine "Zombie Prankster," Nick Santonastasso, pulled off the ultimate zombie prank on "The Walking Dead’s" Norman Reedus (Daryl) in Tokyo, and we have the video for you right here!
AMC has released a new image from the mid-season return episode of "The Walking Dead," and it features Rick's son, Carl, on a very bad road. Check it out, and keep counting those days.
A while back we told you that AMC and Robert Kirkman were working on a spin-off of the highly popular "The Walking Dead" TV series. Finally an update has come which details how far along the side project has come.
A pair of super short (6 seconds each) but still quite effective promos for "The Walking Dead" just popped up on YouTube, and knowing how you guys like to devour every bit of "TWD" info you can get your teeth into, we have them for you right here.
Since everything pertaining to "The Walking Dead" has been deemed newsworthy on the Internet, we make it a practice of covering all that we can. Even if it's a single-sentence update from TV Guide.
Some new artwork for next month's return of "The Walking Dead" to AMC has arrived, and while we lose the familiar sight of the prison, we do gain an idea of what lies ahead for our survivors. Just don't look back!
It's times like these when we LOVE the Interwebs! YouTuber goestoeleven has reimagined what the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" would look like if the show aired in 1995. Check out the opening credits.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" Marathon (more about that here) continues until 5am Thursday morning, January 2nd, and in case you've missed the network's commercials for the show's February return, an enterprising YouTuber has captured them all thus far.
AMC is beginning a marathon of "The Walking Dead" on New Year’s Eve (Tuesday, December 31) at 9am ET/PT that runs until 5am ET/PT on Thursday, January 2, 2014. To help you test your own skills, they've also unveiled a new "The Walking Dead" Survival Game.
He may be gone, but he's certainly not forgotten, as evidenced by this new "The Walking Dead" tribute video AMC has released in honor of the Governor. See David Morrissey and the cast and crew look back on the rise and fall of one of the show's greatest villains.
It's going to be a long, cold winter while we wait for the February 9th return of "The Walking Dead," but in the meantime we have a preview and a clip from the show's mid-season premiere to tide us over.
We said good-bye to several people in last night's mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," Episode 4.08, entitled "Too Far Gone"; and now its time to pay homage with these behind-the-scenes and making-of videos and tributes.
AMC is further padding its genre programming with two new series on the way: one called "Galyntine" and the other "Knifeman." No relation to the 60s folk group Galyntine and Knifeman. Garkfunkel wept. Read on for details.
The Governor is back. No matter how he tried to suppress that part of him, his true nature came bubbling back up. On tap right now is a sneak peek of next Sunday's mid-season finale, "Too Far Gone," and a couple new images from the episode.