Now that Andrea has been captured and both sides are gearing up for war, we can only guess who the casualties will be as no one is ever safe on this show, especially at the end of the season.
We're drawing closer and closer to the season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" so we are savoring each moment while we can. Speaking of which, we have several moments for you right here in still life. Or is it still death? Either way, check 'em out!
It may have been called "Prey" with an "e," but by the time Episode 3.14 of "The Walking Dead" was over, quite a few people - Andrea especially - had better start praying with an "a" if they hope to see any future eps!
Things are coming to a head and we mean fast! Get ready for a look at next week's episode of the AMC hit zombie series. On tap right now - a promo, two clips and a new image from "The Walking Dead" Episode 3.15 - "This Sorrowful Life."
Before last week's "The Walking Dead" episode ended, we already knew that the peace talk would fail, resulting in both Rick and the Governor readying their troops for war. This week's Andrea-centric episode entitled "Prey" was written by Glen Mazzara and Evan Reilly and directed by Stefan Schwartz.
It's Friday, and the one thing on most horror fans' minds is, "Is it Sunday yet?" Yep. The week long intervals between episodes of "The Walking Dead" can sure be tough, but thankfully for you we're here with an exclusive taste of what's to come.
Another still has come our way for next Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Prey," and we have your undead fix right here. Check it out along with all of the details you need to get primed for the war.
In this new still from next Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Prey," it looks like Andrea (Laurie Holden) has decided if she's on Team Rick or Team Philip, and we can't wait to see what she decided. Check it out!
For Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," AMC has brought in two new writers to add to the team which will be spearheaded by new showrunner Scott Gimple. Read on for the details and a quick fan-made video of what the show would have looked like as a 1995 TV series.
Ready to go "inside" last night's episode "The Walking Dead" and also check out a making-of video of the ep? While overall it was pretty tense, there was a bit of comic relief as Daryl, Andrea, and Martinez competed to see who could take out the most walkers.
To say that there's a storm brewing between our favorite survivors at the prison and the maniacs at Woodbury is a bit of an understatement. Lines are ready to be drawn and then crossed as war is coming. Cast the first stone with your first look at "The Walking Dead" Episode 3.14, "Prey."
After last week's successful weapons run on "The Walking Dead", we know both groups are gearing for an epic all-out war. But before then, Rick and the Governor are trying to reach for a peace agreement.
The Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman Talks Showrunner Situation; New Stills from Ep. 3.13 - Arrow on the Doorpost
If there's one thing that'more controversial than the content of AMC's "The Walking Dead," it's the revolving showrunner door that's been in motion since Season 1.
After the heartache of "The Walking Dead" Episode 3.12, "Clear," it's time to look ahead to next week's installment, which promises a face-to-face confrontation between Rick and the Governor. Check out the first bit of goodness from Episode 3.13, "Arrow on the Doorpost."
Since the last episode of "The Walking Dead" had fans worried about its storytelling pace, this episode hopefully can put those fears to rest as we are getting closer to the war between Woodbury and the prison. This episode, entitled "Clear," was written by Scott Gimple and directed by Tricia Brock.