The Walking Dead season 5 showrunner, Scott Gimple, discusses the new season
, the "butterfly effect" of early deviations from the comic book storyline, The Walking Dead spinoff tv show and more at the 2014 Saturn Movie Awards.
When we last saw Rick Grimes and his fellow survivors, they were making plans to take down Terminus after being trapped by what many fans believe to be a group of cannibals. Hit the jump for the first still from season five of The Walking Dead as Rick prepares to escape...
Gilliam is now the third actor from The Wire (along with Chad Coleman as Tyreese and Larry Gilliard Jr. as Bob) to sign on to the show, and he'll be playing an undisclosed character..but one THR believe will turn out to be Preacher Gabriel Stokes. More past the jump.
We all know Season 4 is well over, but check out these funny Promo videos for The Walking Dead that are being used to promote the show in Japan!
The Walking Dead season 5 will not air until October but we already have one potential plotline thanks to executive producer Scott M. Gimple. The Walking Dead EP says he's determined to have Morgan (Lennie James) return to the show.
During an interview with MTV about the latest issue of The Walking Dead comic, Robert Kirkman says that there's a 99% chance that the current -- and particularly nasty -- villain, Negan, will appear in the AMC tv series. Comic SPOILERS ahead..
The Walking Dead's 4th season is over....but what were its best moments?
It's not just me, there are a large number of viewers that have expressed their disappointment in this latest season of the Walking Dead. What happened?Click on to find out why I think season 4 just wasn't up to scratch.
Focusing on the last leg of Rick, Carl and Michonne's journey to Terminus, the season finale of The Walking Dead once again put its characters ahead of the overall plot. Did this tactic pay off? Hit the jump for my spoiler-filled take on the episode.
The season 4 finale ended on a (relatively) positive note, as Rick made it very clear that he was going to make the Terminus folk rue the day they "screwed" with his people. Now AMC have released a teaser poster for their next season, featuring Rick and one simple word: "Survive".
Following last night's superb season four finale of The Walking Dead, it should come as no surprise to learn that the show has once again broken records. Meanwhile, Alanna Masterson (Tara), Christian Serratos (Rosita) and Andrew J. West (Gareth) have been upped to series regulars for season five.
Following last night's shocking season four finale, a series of videos have been released by AMC taking a closer look at how the episode was made, while a look ahead to season five with the cast and crew of the hit small screen adaptation of The Walking Dead comic book has also been unveiled. Check it out!
Spoiler filled recap and interpretations of the latest episode of The Walking Dead, season 4 ep. 16: "A." - Walking Dead reviews on Comic Book Movie!
That's a wrap for season 4 of AMC's The Walking Dead. Did the finale meet your expectations? What about season 4, overall - where does it rank in terms of previous seasons?
In what will likely be our last poster before tonight's highly anticipated finale, we have Norman Reedus as the man who's become many fans' favorite character over the years, Daryl Dixon. Will he survive Terminus? All will be revealed when "A" airs later on.
The season four finale of The Walking Dead is upon us, will we really see Rick get his hands dirty? So far I think we haven’t, and here’s why...
Paolo Rivera's alternate Captain America: The Winter Soldier cast and crew posters, Samuel L. Jackson says Brad Bird has told him Frozone is in the sequel and AMC's The Walking Dead spinoff hires a showrunner.
Another poster asking "Who will Survive" on this new poster featuring Maggie (Lauren Cohan)
"Who will arrive?" The latest character poster for the upcoming season 4 finale of The Walking Dead features both Tyreese (Chad Coleman) and Carol (Melissa McBride). These two left the horrors of "The Grove" behind them, but are they about to walk into a fresh Hell at Terminus?
The next "who will survive" character poster for this Sunday's The Walking Dead season finale shows us that Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) is very much alive and well after being abducted by a mysterious cross-laden car a couple of episodes back. Take a look..