When word broke that the writers of AMC's "The Walking Dead" were let go a few months back, fans started becoming increasingly more and more nervous. Well not to worry, folks, a new staff has been acquired and everything is very much on track.
We're just about a month away from the Blu-ray and DVD release of the hit AMC series based upon Robert Kirkman's zombie epic, "The Walking Dead", and to get you primed, we have a brand new trailer for you! From the Press Release
In case you haven't set your DVR yet, don't forget that beginning tomorrow, January 18th, AMC is airing a two-night encore of the entire first season of "The Walking Dead", and as part of the encore experience, the network is posting new interviews with the show's talented supporting cast. Today we have Andrew Rothenberg, aka Jim.
We, just like every other fan out there, simply cannot stand the news that we may have to wait until next October to dig our claws into Season Two of the hit AMC original series, "The Walking Dead". Talk about a long time. However ...
Beginning Tuesday, January 18th, AMC is airing a two-night encore of the entire first season of "The Walking Dead", and as part of the encore experience, the network is posting new interviews with the show's talented supporting cast. Today we have IronE Singleton, aka T-Dog.
So the Blu-ray and DVD release of the hit AMC series based upon the zombie epic created by Robert Kirkman, "The Walking Dead", will be shambling its way home this March, and we finally have the goods on what to expect! From the Press Release
And the video goods for AMC's "The Walking Dead" keep coming. On tap today we have two inside looks at the series: "Directing Zombies" with Episode Two ("Guts") director Michelle MacLaren and "A Look Ahead" at Season Two with the cast and creators.
The short, six-episode first season of "The Walking Dead" may have come to a dramatic close last weekend, but that's not stopping AMC from doling out more goods to fans of the show, and up next we have a Q&A with Noah Emmerich (Dr. Edwin Jenner).
In what should come as a surprise to no one, AMC's freshman series "The Walking Dead" has scored an award nomination (its first of many we're sure!) from the Writers Guild of America, as has one of our other favorite genre TV shows, Showtime's "Dexter". In addition, ABC's "Lost" nabbed a nomination in the Episodic Drama category. From the Press Release:
Now that the dead are ruling the world, it seems as if everybody wants a shot at joining their shambling ranks. Case in point - Charlie Sheen! Will we be seeing the "Two and a Half Men" star go flesh-hungry? Maybe so!
Talk about going out with a bang! AMC's "The Walking Dead" delivered a head shot across all fifty states in terms of ratings for its finale, and it's safe to say that horror is very much the flavor of the day for TV execs!
And that's a wrap for Season One of AMC's "The Walking Dead". Although it only consisted of six episodes, it packed a powerful punch, and fans are already anticipating the direction in which the series will go come October of 2011. Possibly to France?
The Season One finale of "The Walking Dead" is coming closer and closer so of course AMC is letting loose with all manner of new behind-the-scenes videos and interviews with the show's stars. Up next are some hang-out time with Steven Yeun (Glenn) and a closer look at Jeffrey DeMunn (Dale)'s RV along with a Q&A with fan favorite DeMunn.
For the past several days the Internet has been abuzz with the news that "The Walking Dead" showrunner Frank Darabont had fired his entire writing staff. Now comes clarification from his co-executive producer Gale Anne Hurd as to exactly what did or didn't go down.
If we were to ask how many of you out there are looking forward to Anchor Bay's DVD and Blu-ray release of the AMC series "The Walking Dead", we'd be willing to bet that just about everyone would scream that they are. Well, now you can find out when you will have your format of choice in your hot little hands!