The Walking Dead
Per usual for a Monday morning we have a new Q&A with a cast member of "The Walking Dead" - today it's Melissa McBride, who plays Carol - as well as a sneak peek of next week's episode, entitled "Cherokee Rose".
As confirmation of what we heard this past weekend, and as if there was any doubt, AMC has renewed its most popular series, "The Walking Dead", for a third season. Let there be zombies ... and more zombies!
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) and a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.03 - Save the Last One
We're just two episodes in, and Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" has already surpassed the quality of the series' first season as far as we're concerned, and if you're looking forward to next week's ep, entitled "Save the Last One", as much as we are, then you'll want to check out this sneak peek video provided by AMC. But first how about a quick Q&A with series star Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes)?
As if the record-breaking ratings weren't a big enough sign, some pretty cool news is coming out of the Undead Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey, where quite a few zombies from AMC's "The Walking Dead" have gathered to take a bite out of the fanbase.
Were you one of the unfortunate souls who missed the premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead" last Sunday? Well brighten up, sadsack, as we have the whole enchilada right here for ocular ingestion. Dig it!
After receiving information on the ratings for last night's Season Two premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead", it certainly looks like zombies are no longer just the property of the horror community, and the mainstream has embraced them like never before. Read on for the details of how many records it broke for both basic cable and the series itself.
There's no denying the popularity of "The Walking Dead". When we were first reading Robert Kirkman's comics, we knew this tale was nothing short of genius. As a result zombies have now infected every aspect of pop culture.
So, was everyone else as impressed by the Season Two opening episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead" as we were? Quite an ending, right? Well, in anticipation of next week's ep, entitled "Bloodletting", the network has released a sneak peek video along with a Q&A with Jon Bernthal, who plays Shane Walsh, in which he describes the various mannerisms that make Shane unique and dishes on which survivor he would most want by his side in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
The Walking Dead CENTRAL - Prep for Season 2 Premiere with Interviews, Video Clips, Gallery and More!
We figured we would help you decide if you want to spend your upcoming Sunday night watching the Season 2 premiere of "The Walking Dead" by putting together our largest ever package of our past coverage.
It may not have quite the clout it did a few decades ago, but back in my day a film or TV project wasn't considered a true hit until MAD Magazine had its way with it. Well, we guess "The Walking Dead" has finally arrived because not only is it parodied in Issue #512 of the venerable publication, it also made the cover! Check it out.
Zombies. They have been influencing my collective pop culture conscience for most of my life. From Night, Dawn, and Day of the Dead to Fulci’s Zombie and Return of the Living Dead. I love me some zombie mayhem. Now that you all know that very important information, it goes without saying I fell madly and deeply in love with the comic series The Walking Dead.
When you think soundtracks that kick ass, one name comes immediately to mind ... Bear McCreary. The guy has delivered the goods on so many projects it's hard to list them all, but now you have your chance to get your mits on a few of them. Read on!
Is everyone gearing up for this Sunday's return of "The Walking Dead" to AMC? Just in case your anticipation isn't quite high enough yet, the network has posted a sneak peek of Episode 2.01, entitled "What Lies Ahead". Check it out and let us know what you think.
The dead are coming. That's right, "The Walking Dead" will be kicking off Season 2 this Sunday, October 16, for a big ol' 13 episode run. And what better way to prepare for the event than to attend "The Walking Dead" panel at New York Comic Con this Saturday!
This Sunday "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC to bring on the bloodshed, drama, and carnage we're all craving. A couple of days before that, though, they stare down the crew of E! Entertainment Television's "The Soup". Read on for the 411!