Did you miss the "first look" at Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" that AMC aired during tonight's season premiere of "Breaking Bad"? Don't worry; we have it for you right here! Watch as Sheriff Rick Grimes literally takes matters into his own hands.
Another new Inside "The Walking Dead" behind-the-scenes video has hit the Internet, this time featuring Special Effects Make-Up Designer Greg Nicotero talking about the creation of the infamous big-eyed zombie in Season 2. Dig it!
For you fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead" (and since it was the most watched drama series in basic cable history among adults 18-49 last season, there are a lot of you), listen up. You can check out the exclusive first look at Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" this Sunday (July 17th) at 10pm EDT, during the Season 4 premiere of "Breaking Bad".
As technology advances, it's getting harder and harder to tell what's real and what's fake. Case in point: the latest teaser trailer for AMC's "The Walking Dead", which has been confirmed by comic creator Robert Kirkman and series producer Gale Anne Hurd to be fan made. Still, it's cool enough to share it with you.
AMC is keeping the hype wheel spinning fast and furiously for the upcoming return of their hit series based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie epic, "The Walking Dead". That's right, kids! Time to once again go behind-the-scenes, this time with the man himself!
During production of the upcoming season of "The Walking Dead", AMCTV.com will be releasing weekly "Dispatches from the Set" full of behind-the-scenes goodness. First up: "The Walking Dead"'s writer, director, and executive producer Frank Darabont.
And the survivor count continues for Season Two of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" as more casting news has broken this morning, and of course we have the lowdown for ya right here. Ready to meet the Greenes?
Frank Darabont Talks the Introduction of Michonne and the Possibility of Stephen King and Joe Hill's Involvement
Expectations are high for the thirteen-episode second season of Frank Darabont's television adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic for AMC, "The Walking Dead", and fans everywhere are wondering just what Season Two will hold. Read on for a few more details.
One of the things that had fans frazzled after the conclusion of AMC's "The Walking Dead" Season One was the announcement that the entire writing staff was being replaced. Of course things were blown out of proportion a bit, and now, months later, Frank Darabont sheds more light on the situation. In an interview with Deadline Darabont dropped the following on hungry fans:
With Season 2 of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" now filming in Atlanta, the first bit of new casting news has finally come. That's right, kids! Get ready to find out who the latest survivor to join the cast will be.
As per usual, AMC is keeping a steady stream of goodies coming for their upcoming second season of "The Walking Dead". Next up? A behind-the-scenes video guaranteed to get the old ticker pumping.
The unmerciful madman who created one of the single greatest living dead properties ever in The Walking Dead has taken time out recently to share his insight on Season Two of the hit AMC show and more! Read on for the goods! From the AMC Walking Dead Blog
The wait has been agonizing to say the least, but "The Walking Dead" Season Two is currently behind cameras, and we've got the very first high resolution zombie shots for you right here. Right now. Oh, the gory glory!
Another new Q&A with a cast member of "The Walking Dead" TV series has popped up on AMC.com, this time with Neil Brown, Jr., who describes how his part went from being an extra to a major character (Guillermo) in one episode and then shares -- appropriately enough -- his grandmother's post-apocalyptic survival skills.
Earlier today we got word confirming that AMC's "The Walking Dead" is heading to Hershel's Farm in Season Two, but now, after hearing showrunner Frank Darabont talk about potential budget cuts looming for the show, we have to wonder if all the bells and whistles we're hoping for once it gets there will remain intact.