Another Teaser Trailer for The Walking Dead's Return; A Multimedia Flipbook Interview with Greg Nicotero
It's getting so close we can smell it...and rotting corpses never smelled so sweet! Yep, "The Walking Dead" is heading back to the airwaves on February 12th, and in honor of its return we have another teaser trailer along with an interactive "flipbook" in which makeup effects maestro Greg Nicotero reveals the process by which he brings each of the show's walkers to life.
Oh, it's just in the air, kids. Breathe in; you can smell it! Yep, the shit is going to hit the fan during the second half of AMC's "The Walking Dead", and we've got your chance to check out the first three minutes right now.
A few days ago we got some preliminary details about the two "mystery men" who were revealed at the end of a promo for the upcoming Episode 2.08, "Nebraska", of "The Walking Dead"; and now things have been fleshed out a bit. In addition, if you don't mind mild spoilers, we have brief synopses of the balance of the Season 2 installments.
Is it February 12th yet? The more we see of the upcoming episodes of "The Walking Dead" on AMC, the more we can't wait for the mid-season premiere. In the meantime we'll just keep watching and rewatching this new promo video.
When AMC debuted the last sneak peek of the upcoming episode of the network's hit series "The Walking Dead", at the very end two new characters were revealed. And now? Well, now they've been identified.
The days are ticking away until "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC's airwaves, and to keep you geared up and salivating, we've scored a couple of new images for you to chew on. Plus a major spoiler may just have inadvertently been revealed!
Even though we haven't the slightest idea as to how to correctly pronounce her name, we've been waiting ever so impatiently for one of the most beloved characters from The Walking Dead comic book, Michonne, to show up on the hit AMC series.
Did you remember to watch for the new sneak peek of "Nebraska", Episode 2.08 of "The Walking Dead", during tonight's season finale of "Hell on Wheels" on AMC? Or were you mesmerized by the Golden Globes giving out awards to some of the most unlikely winners in years? If it's a case of the latter, never fear. We have the clip for you right here along with a quick little teaser entitled "Like a Plague".
Great news coming in for fans of AMC's adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead! Season Three is now official, and the cable network has made its largest order of episodes yet! Read on for the details.
Stare Down Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead Midseason Premiere Poster; Watch a New Sneak Peek This Sunday During the Hell on Wheels Finale
AMC has unveiled the official poster for the second half of "The Walking Dead" Season 2 featuring Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) pointing his legendary revolver straight ahead. It's gotten us pretty amped up for the February 12th return of the series, and even better, we've learned that during the January 15th finale of "Hell on Wheels", the network will air a brand new sneak peek scene from "The Walking Dead"'s upcoming midseason premiere, "Nebraska".
In our inbox today we found an email from AMC stating that a second sneak peek from "The Walking Dead" Episode 208, "Nebraska", has been released to subscribers only. We immediately tried snagging it for you, but it was non-embeddable and non-downloadable. Of course we ended up finding it on YouTube along with a third preview from the upcoming return episode. Dig it!
If you thought the first half of "The Walking Dead" Season Two was pretty friggin' awesome, according to actor Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl, you haven't seen ANYTHING yet. Read on for the details.
The Walking Dead: A Look Ahead to the Second Half of Season 2; A Sneak Peek of Episode 2.08 - Nebraska
Still reeling from last night's mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead"? We had an inkling of what was going to transpire, but nothing quite prepared us for the visceral impact the last few scenes would have. But that's all water under the bridge (or, rather, blood in front of the barn); what we want to know now is how the second half of the season can possibly top the drama and excitement of the first.
If you're not caught up on AMC's "The Walking Dead" Season Two, then you just may want to skip this story entirely. If you are, then this is a juicy one. Read on for news about the latest hissy fit.