With filming on Season 4 of "The Walking Dead" now under way, we heard from Props Master John Sanders, who talks about the strangest items he's found for the show and a new method of killing walkers that he has in store for Season 4.
Filming is already under way on the fourth season of AMC's runaway hit series "The Walking Dead" based on the world created by Robert Kirkman, and the network has released the first official still. Check it out!
Today, Monday, May 6th, production officially kicked off for "The Walking Dead" Season 4, and to celebrate, AMC has provided the first behind-the-scenes look at this season's zombie school.
Going through withdrawal from the distinct lack of "The Walking Dead" on TV? Yeah, we are too, and let's face it: It's friggin' Monday, and we could all use a good laugh. That being said, you NEED to watch this bad lip-reading "Walking Dead" video.
Sure, we have "Mad Men" and "Game of Thrones" to watch on Sunday nights now, but nothing compares to "The Walking Dead." AMC must realize that as they've released some new behind-the-scenes looks at Season 3.
Following up on a story from earlier this week, Lawrence Gilliard, Jr. (D'Angelo on "The Wire"), is now confirmed as joining Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," and we have some clarification as to which character he'll be playing.
Fans of the HBO series "The Wire" will be ecstatic about this latest bit of casting news for the upcoming fourth season of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" as another familiar face has just joined the fracas.
Exclusive: Savana Jade Wehunt Talks The Walking Dead, Becoming Carl Grimes and Emotional Scenes With The Governor
"The Walking Dead" Season 3 has come to an end, and many fans can't wait for the next season to start. We recently chatted with actress Savana Jade Wehunt, who has been in several episodes of the show from being a stand-in for Chandler Riggs and Madison Lintz to a zombified Penny.
We have a few "The Walking Dead" Season 4 teasers from Robert Kirkman here and here, and now it's time to hear from exec producer Gale Anne Hurd, who says it's a good bet the zombies, who stayed on the sidelines a lot during Season 3, will become more threatening. Read on for more.
We here at Dread Central appreciate the time and effort fans put into the art of Cosplay more than you can imagine. Some of the things we've come across have left our jaws on the floor. Especially this latest video. Prepare to be wowed.
With the season finale just days away, we know you guys are gobbling up every little bit of "The Walking Dead" content we can feed you, and on tap this morning we have Larry King's recent interview with "TWD" stars David Morrissey and Laurie Holden.
Some things just have to be seen to be believed, and "The Walking Dead" and Toy Story superfan John Wray has delivered something that may have you questioning your sanity. Get ready to behold the undeniable truth that these two franchises are strangely related.
Worlds collide in a new ad campaign AMC has launched to promote the March 31st Season 3 finale of "The Walking Dead" and the April 7th return of "Mad Men." They just want to be sure we don't mix them up!
With Greg Nicotero directing this season's penultimate episode of "The Walking Dead," we knew we were in for an intense - and gloriously gory - evening, but did it have to be so absolutely heart-breaking, too? If you can stand the pain, here's an inside look at "This Sorrowful Life."
Fans of "The Walking Dead" are about to get one step closer to experiencing the zombie apocalypse first-hand: On Monday AMC kicks off Zombie Apocalypse Week, airing each episode of "The Walking Dead" to date every night in primetime.