The Walking Dead
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!
When "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC in a couple of weeks, we as fans will be headed into uncharted territory. The return episode will mark the very first post-Frank Darabont. Time to hear from the man himself, once again.
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.
We only caught a couple of episodes of "The Talking Dead", the live talk show hosted by Chris Hardwick that follows each week's new eps of "The Walking Dead", but we did like what we saw. With AMC gearing up for the midseason return of both shows on February 12th, they recently chatted with Hardwick, and we have the entire Q&A right here!
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!
"The Walking Dead" may be on a winter hiatus, but that's not stopping AMC from still doling out the goods for us zombie-hungry fans. On tap for today is a chat with young actress Madison Lintz, who plays Sophia, in which she describes her reactions to learning she'd become a walker and what she thinks of scary movies in general.
Still working on your New Year's Eve plans? Well, AMC might have just the answer you've been looking for! On Saturday, December 31st, the network will air a "The Walking Dead" marathon of back-to-back episodes beginning with the pilot, "Days Gone Bye", at 11:00 AM ET and culminating with the Season 2 mid-season finale, "Pretty Much Dead Already", at (when else?) 12:00 Midnight ET.
Robert Kirkman's special brand of ghouls known as "The Walking Dead" has taken the television airwaves by storm, and now that the show's on hiatus, the graphic novels are taking a big bite out of book sales.
That's right, kids! We've saved one of the coolest contests of the year for last! Pretty fitting, no? Recently we had a chance to shamble around the AMC Walking Dead store and came away with some pretty nifty swag, and we've got your chance to win some for the holidays!
SiriusXM Radio will be broadcasting “The Twelve Days of Book Radio,” a special featuring highlights from the past year of Book Radio, running from December 14th through 25th; and while there aren't a lot of genre related offerings, there are two that we thought our readers should be aware of.
Dinner for Fiends is back for what may be its final installment of the year. There’s not a whole lot of horror going on at the movies of late – unless you count how much money the latest Twilight sequel has made – so in addition to Breaking Dawn we’re mostly talking quality horror on TV today.