The Walking Dead
The second edition of Dead Sexy: The Unofficial Walking Dead Fan Guide to Zombie Style, Beauty, Parties, and a Ghoul-Lurching UNlifestyle is out now, and it's not just another zombie book. It features deals from over 60 companies plus travel offers to some of America’s most haunted hotels.
A second sneak peek of "The Walking Dead" Episode 4.14, "The Grove," which aired during last night's edition of "Talking Dead," has popped up online, and we have it for you here along with a pair of stills from the ep.
The brief synopsis of next week's Episode 4.14 of "The Walking Dead," titled "The Grove," seems to offer some hope for the group, but will it pan out? Here's a sneak peek along with a nostalgic look "inside" tonight's Episode 4.13, "Alone."
After already spawning several video games, "The Walking Dead" is now headed onto handheld devices, and we've got all the info for ya today. Read on, Dead-heads!
The weekend's over, which means it's time for our typical Monday morning look at a few new images from "The Walking Dead." On tap now are a pair of photos from Episode 4.13, "Alone," featuring Emily Kinney as Beth Greene and Lawrence Gilliard, Jr., as Bob Stookey.
The Olympics couldn't dethrone "The Walking Dead" from its reign over the highly coveted 18-49 demo; can the Oscars? We say watch both, and then take a look "inside" tonight's Ep. 4.12, "Still," followed by a sneak peek of Ep. 4.13, "Alone."
If a Tip of the Scalpel to "The Walking Dead" came out a couple months ago, just after the mid-season finale, you guys would have certainly been like, "Atta boy, Gash; you nailed again!" and "Another Scalpel right on the money, Gash."
Season 1 of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead won over 90 Game of the Year Awards, and now Season 2 is in full swing. Here's the trailer for Episode 2.02, "A House Divided."
AMC has released a new trailer for the remaining episodes in Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," and it features the song "Heavy Games" by Portugal. The Man. Dig it!
In next week's Episode 4.12 of "The Walking Dead," entitled "Still," we return to Daryl and Beth's storyline, at least for a portion of the ep, as evidenced by this second clip and pair of photos focusing on the dynamic duo portrayed by Norman Reedus and Emily Kinney.
It's that special time when before we have to focus on returning to work Monday morning, we get to go "inside" the episode of "The Walking Dead" we just watched. Along with that and a making-of video for Ep. 4.11, "Claimed," we also have a sneak peek of the upcoming Ep. 4.12, "Still."
It's Monday, which means a lot of our headlines involve a certain zombie-themed show that happens to be the most popular thing on TV right now. Of course it's "The Walking Dead," and up next are the first photos of next week's Episode 4.11, "Claimed," along with another sneak peek.
What happens when the opening credits of the hit Netflix series "House of Cards" collides head on with the opening credits of AMC's "The Walking Dead?" You're about to find out. Politics and the zombie apocalypse? That just sounds so right.
Fan of both The Walking Dead comic series as well as the AMC TV series "The Walking Dead"? Then you, oh purveyor of everything that shambles and eats the living, are about to be one happy camper. Lock and load for some new eye candy from Toy Fair.
Well, we've caught up with a few more members of "The Walking Dead," and now it's time to look ahead to next week's Episode 4.11, "Claimed." Things moving too quickly for you? Then slow down with this look back at the making of the just concluded Episode 4.10, "Inmates."