The Walking Dead executive producer Scott Gimple on what The Governor's (David Morrisey) return at the end of last week's episode means for Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the survivors at the prison.
Hosted by quick-witted Chris Hardwick, The Walking Dead after show Talking Dead is a "must-see" each week. We got a chance to chat with him on Thor's red carpet at the Hollywood premiere.
In light of the success of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman's new Image comic book Outcast will naturally have a television show adaptation. The much sought after property will air on the premium cable network, Cinemax.
My Governor's (David Morrissey) back and you're gonna be in trouble. Hey la, hey la my Governor's back. Hit the jump to check out a "Live Bait" promo and sneak peek featuring The Governor. Also, come see two behind-the-scenes videos about the making of "Internment."
Amazon deals on Zack Snyder's Man of Steel starring Henry Cavill, AMC's The Walking Dead season 1-3, the 25th Anniversary Edition of Akira, the Daniel Craig 007 Collection and the latest tpb release for Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead.
Come check out a sneak peek and a promo for next week's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, "Internment." Also, come see two behind-the-scenes videos about the making of "Indifference."
There are no zombies in 'The Walking Dead'. Mind blown?
Telltale Games have released the first trailer for The Walking Dead: Season Two, and have also confirmed that players will control Clementine; the young girl first from the last instalment who was orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Hit the jump to check it out!
After more record breaking viewing figures for the fourth season of The Walking Dead, it should come as no surprise to learn that AMC - who lost one of their biggest hits when Breaking Bad ended earlier this month - have now renewed the series for a fifth year. Hit the jump for the press release!
Come check out 2 sneak peeks and promo for next week's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, which is titled "Indifference." Also, come see two behind-the-scenes videos about the making of "Isolation."
Simple logic would suggest that when the status quo at the Prison changes, the most recent element introduced is the catalyst. With Bob Stookey (Larry Gilliard Jr.) being the newest member of Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) group, is he the source of the new danger?
Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Hershel (Scott Wilson) have a chat in this third "Isolation" sneak peek. Also hit the jump, to see three "Isolation" stills and an international promo with new footage.
Carol (Melissa Suzanne McBride) used to be so fragile. Her husband abused her and she even lost her daughter, Sophia. But now, she looks ready to kick some butt, as seen in these new images from the next episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Come check them out!
AMC have released the titles and synopses for episodes 5, 6 and 7 of the fourth season of The Walking Dead, and while they don't reveal too much about what we should expect from those instalments of the series, they do hint at the return of a certain eye-patch wearing villain!
New executive producer Scott Gimple dissects the second episode of The Walking Dead season 4 and discusses what's to come for Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his band of survivors at the prison. How long before the group has to leave the prison behind?
Come check out two sneak peeks and a promo for next week's episode of The Walking Dead. Based on this footage, Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) is gonna have a couple of reasons to Hulk-out. Nice!
Hit the jump to check a slew of new images from tomorrow night's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Also, the cast was on Katie Couric's talk show, and Andrew Lincoln may have revealed a season 4 romance between Rick and Michonne. Or, he was joking, you decide.
Executive Producer Scott Gimple teases possible directions for a few of the storylines introduced in the ratings-shattering premiere of The Walking Dead Season 4. How long do you think safety will last at The Prison? And where is The Governor?
Despite its flaws, I love The Walking Dead -- but that doesn't mean this latest "Honest Trailer" from the fellas as Screen Junkies doesn't make for a damn funny watch. Take a look at it after the jump..
There are things even creepier than the undead lurking in the Georgia woods, and one of these bloodsuckers got on Glenn's junk!