Early Christmas Gift to Fans of The Walking Dead: AMC Renews Show for Fourth Season (but Glen Mazzara Out as Showrunner)
The announcement that AMC has renewed "The Walking Dead" is a mixed bag: The show is returning for Season 4 (no surprise given the ratings and fan response to the series), but Glen Mazzara is out as showrunner.
With NBC set to premiere the new series "Do No Harm" in just a little over a month, the network has released another promo, this one entitled "He Becomes Me," in which the show's star, Steven Pasquale, describes how his alter-ego Ian Price takes over in true Jekyll and Hyde fashion. Check it out!
Given that the last couple of times "The Twilight Zone" was reinvented for television, the show(s) kind of sucked, we're not too excited about this announcement. However, we are excited by the talent behind this go-round into another dimension.
We've made no bones about our love for Adam Green and Joe Lynch's devilishly delightful horrific sitcom "Holliston". And the boys have a couple of special treats for you this holiday season: a free look at the show's Christmas special and a live chat on Facebook.
It's long been a tradition that some of our favorite television shows dole out a holiday special here and there, and the good folks over at Jawiin TV have come up with a hilarious one that we only wish were real. Dig it!
"Supernatural" is currently on its eighth season, and we recently sat down with creator/writer Eric Kripke about the just released book The Essential Supernatural: On the Road with Sam and Dean Winchester.
A lot of people, including some Dread Central staff members, have fawned over this season of "Dexter." Me personally? Not so much. In fact, I was happy to hear that next season would be the last. However, it seems as if Showtime may have other plans.
More casting news for Fox's "The Following" has hit the interwebs, and as always you'll find it right here. Sgt. Angel Batista of Miami Metro has retired from dealing with Dexter Morgan and will now be tracking a whole new band of psychos. We also have a look at a new promo for the show.
We had a chance to watch the first two episodes of Season 3 of Syfy's "Being Human" and are definitely liking the direction of the series so far. Curious about what's in store for Sally, Aidan, Josh and Nora? Then check out this sneak peek along with a trio of "Getting to Know..." videos.
We're still not sure how Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) managed to hug a bloody corpse at the end of last night's finale of "Dexter" without getting a drop of the red stuff on her party dress, but maybe this final "Wrap-up" podcast of Season 7 will shed some light on things. If not, at least we get to hear once again from Sgt. Doakes!
He may be gone from "The Walking Dead," but IronE Singleton (T-Dog) isn't forgotten, as evidenced by the Q&A with the actor that popped up on the show's blog today, in which he describes the mysterious call that portended his character's fate and mulls the possibility of T-Dog resurrecting as a zombie rapper.
NBC's Jekyll and Hyde themed new series "Do No Harm" arrives on January 31st, and we have a look at the second promo for the show released by the network.
"Dexter" Season 7 went out on a high note - definitely good enough to ensure we'll be back for the eight and final season when it returns in 2013. In the meantime, spend a few minutes with executive producer Scott Buck discussing what went down in the finale and what's coming up.
Yesterday we brought you the first look at A&E's "Bates Motel" thanks to a quick-witted DC reader who had his camera handy at a most opportune time. Today we have a much better official version for you to dig on!
AMC's "The Walking Dead" is getting the glorious black and white treatment once again, but this time it's not just going to be for a single episode. Nope, we're past that and are going to a whole other level. Read on for details.