While speaking with "The Walking Dead" co-star Lauren Cohan at this year's SDCC, we asked the outgoing actress if she would be open to returning to "Supernatural" if the opportunity arose. Her response should make fans of her character on the show happy.
We're reporting live on the floor from AMC's "The Walking Dead" panel, and we've got some goodies to pass along, from the direction of the upcoming season to the impending Blu-ray release of Season 4.
Sure, Carol gets a lot of attention for being a badass on "The Walking Dead," but Maggie's no slouch either. Nonetheless, the question looms: Now that she's arrived in Terminus, will she survive? We should find out in just a little over 24 hours. Tick tock, tick tock.
Another preview of "The Walking Dead" Episode 4.10, entitled "Inmates," has popped up on YouTube via the Fox LA affiliate, and since it shows off a bit of additional footage from the ep, we thought we'd share.
After spending last night exclusively with Rick, Carl, and Michonne, in next week's Episode 4.10 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Inmates," it's time to see what's up with some of the other survivors. As these new photos reveal, the ep will include updates on Maggie and Daryl.
Just as he did last season, Larry King has landed interviews with several cast members of "The Walking Dead," and today we're sharing his chat with lovebirds Maggie and Glenn, aka Lauren Cohan and Steven Yeun.
A fun new behind-the-scenes video for "The Walking Dead" has arrived, in which series star Lauren Cohan shares Maggie's secrets to maintaining her good looks in the apocalypse.
Has there been a lot of "The Walking Dead" love around here lately or what? Of course - it's about to make another big splash at San Diego Comic-Con so to keep fan fervor high, here's some video footage of Kevin Smith interviewing Lauren Cohan and Norman Reedus on the set.
How do you top home video packaging that included a zombie head with a screwdriver handle sticking out of its eye socket? Well, you give us more heads... this time with lights and much, much more! Oh, Anchor Bay. How we love thee.
On February 5th the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (the organization that gives out Emmys) hosted a group panel with the cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" in North Hollywood, and we were there!
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.
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.
When we left off in last week's episode, Rick was awoken from his zombie-killing stupor by a phone call. So he did what any human being would do in the vicinity of a ringing phone, he answered it. Tonight's episode entitled "Hounded" was written by Scott M. Gimple and directed by Dan Attias.
Behind-the-Scenes Video from The Walking Dead Episode 3.05 - Say The Word; Sneak Peek of Episode 3.06 - Hounded
Fans of The Walking Dead comics got the answer last night as to whether Rick would be talking on the phone with "someone" on the TV show as well, and we have to say it played out perfectly.
Have you recovered from last week's devastating episode of "The Walking Dead" yet? Andrew Lincoln's heart-wrenching performance at the end of it was Emmy-worthy, and tonight's Episode 3.05, titled "Say The Word", continues where we left off.