This season 3 deleted scene is from the episode, "Walk With Me." It features Andrea (Laurie Holden) awakening in Woodbury for the first time, and Michonne (Danai Gurira) quickly explaining their situation.
Daryl (Norman Reedus), Michonne (Danai Gurira) and new cast member Bob Stookey (Larry Gilliard, Jr.), are being attacked by walkers in this new footage from season 4 of AMC's hit zombie show, The Walking Dead. New season premieres Sunday, October 13th.
In this season 3 deleted scene from episode five, "Say The Word," Beth Greene tries to put Carl's grief-stricken mind at ease, as he is still beating himself up over the deaths of Lori and Shane.
AMC have released some new "key art" in anticipation of the fourth season of The Walking Dead, coming this October. This pic is a little light on characters, featuring only Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the ever-foreboding prison in the background. Take a look after the jump..
The Walking Dead, the episode titled, "Clear," marked the return of Morgan (played by Lennie James). A character that hadn't been seen since the show's pilot. This time when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) encounters Morgan, he finds a man driven crazy by the loss of his son.
Check out a short new preview for The Walking Dead.
The cast and crew of AMC's The Walking Dead discuss everything from the return of the Governor to the new threats that the inhabitants of the prison will come up against, even revealing that one episode will be a direct adaptation of an issue of the comic book series.
AMC have released the following super-quick spot for their upcoming fourth season of The Walking Dead, giving us a glimpse into the panicked state the survivors find themselves in when the prison is breached by Walkers. Check it out after the jump..
After Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is done celebrating the death of his wife (Sarah Wayne Callies) by slaughtering defenseless zombies all by himself, he meets back up with his group for an awkward exchange.
Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) was really put through the wringer in season three of The Walking Dead, and in this deleted scene from the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release of the hit AMC series, he hallucinates Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies), only to end up seeing her as a zombie!
We've seen Michonne astride her new steed (named 'Flame' apparently) already in an older promo pic, but EW have debuted a brand new still of the fan-favorite character set to charge into battle. Plus, find out what actress Dania Gurira had to say about learning to ride for the first time..
No one is safe on AMC's hit zombie television series, The Walking Dead. In season 3, the writers went on a killing spree, knocking off major characters; Lori, T-Dog, Milton and Andrea. Who's next?
In this new clip, which is included in The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season DVD and Blu-ray box set, Gale Anne Hurd and Greg Nicotero discuss how Michonne's pet zombies were created.
On August 27th, The Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season will be available on Blu-ray and DVD. And here is one of the deleted scenes that is included in the 5-disc set. It involves sweet Carol (Melissa Suzanne McBride) threatening Merle (Michael Rooker).
The cast and creative team on AMC's The Walking Dead discuss what's to come in season 4 of the network's hit zombie drama. Actor Andrew Lincoln highlights deeper, darker scripts for the new batch of eps. Season 4 premieres Oct. 13 at 9/8c.
I cannot believe I'm saying this, but there will be a Walking Dead Risk and Monopoly coming soon.
Despite 'The Governor' (David Morrissey) being conspicuously absent from "The Walking Dead's" San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) trailer, the villainous character is said to have two episode devoted entirely to his story arc in Season 4.
We've seen a few of these in low res already, but check out some new promotional snaps from the upcoming fourth season of AMC's The Walking Dead, featuring Glenn, Maggie, Karl, Rick, a walker and some piggies..
Yesterday, the trailer for AMC juggernaut, The Walking Dead premiered for fans at San Diego Comic Con and did not disappoint. Loads of new footage teased major themes that will be explored in the coming season but perhaps the most revealing scene may suggest the "Walkers" are evolving into a smarter breed of killer.
David S. Goyer's directing credits are nowhere near as impressive as his writing ones, but it was revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con today that he will helm an episode in the upcoming fourth season of AMC's small screen adaptation of The Walking Dead.