Something tells us that things are going to get bad when AMC's "The Walking Dead" returns this Sunday. How bad, you ask? One look at these latest new stills courtesy of Entertainment Weekly and we think it's safe to say really bad.
Entertainment Tonight scored three exclusive new images from the return of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead," and we have them right here free of other articles regarding Kim Kardashian's baby bump and Lindsay Lohan's legal woes. YAY!
While yesterday may have been Super Sunday for some, for horror fans the real Super Sunday arrives next weekend when "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC with Episode 3.09, "The Suicide King." Check out another sneak peek!
With most of the ads showing up online well ahead of today's big game, the one we were happiest to see shamble in is Time Warner Cable's, which utilizes some familiar faces - and other body parts - from "The Walking Dead." Check it out here along with its two teasers.
Michael Ausiello, the voice of TVLine as well as television guru extraordinaire, has just updated his Ask Ausiello column, and lo and behold he dished some dirt on what to expect from the second half of season three of AMC's "The Walking Dead."
At the end of last year we told you about the new "Dead Yourself" app from "The Walking Dead." Well, now it's here, and we have a bit more info - and an example!
AMC has released an official trailer for the return of "The Walking Dead" Season Three, premiering Sunday, February 10th, and of course we have it for you right here!
The Walking Dead: Titles of Remaining Season 3 Episodes; Synopsis and New Promo for Ep. 3.09 - The Suicide King
Lots of "The Walking Dead" news today! After learning who the new showrunner will be, we found a third promo and synopsis for "The Suicide King" as well as titles of the remaining Season 3 episodes.
This mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead" was written by creator Robert Kirkman so you can bet we were left with our jaws agape at the end of the cliff-hanging episode! It was directed by Billy Gierhart.
Bummer news, fiends! We got word yesterday that AMC has decided to pull the plug on tonight's special fan viewing party of "The Walking Dead" at the Muvico Theaters in Thousand Oaks.
Talk about suffering! That'll be us fans of "The Walking Dead" after Sunday night when we have to wait until freakin' February for the next episode! In any event, here's another still from the mid-season finale: "Made to Suffer."
Dread Central Hosting Mid-Season Viewing Party for The Walking Dead THIS SUNDAY in Thousand Oaks, CA!
Hey, California area "Walking Dead" fans; get ready for something truly epic this Sunday night! Dread Central's Heather Wixson will be hosting a mid-season finale Watch Party for "The Walking Dead" at the Muvico Theaters in Thousand Oaks this Sunday, December 2nd.
There's no doubt that "The Walking Dead" has invaded every facet of pop culture as we know it, spawning hundreds of bits of merchandise, its own talk show, etc., the reason being that it's some of the best damned storytelling you're likely to find anywhere. But let's look at the lighter side...
It's time for the mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," and considering the episode, entitled "Made to Suffer," was written by creator Robert Kirkman, we're pretty sure it's gonna be a rough one!
Now that Rick is finally done with his hallucinations and met Michonne, maybe we will get some ass-kicking tonight? Someone's gotta go rescue Maggie and Glenn from Merle and the Governor. Tonight's episode entitled "When The Dead Come Knocking" was directed by Dan Sackheim.