During the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead, viewers were shocked when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) came across baby Judith's bloodied baby carrier. What happened to her? A new international promo has the answer. Come see!
The Walking Dead returned last night for the second half of season four, and the long hiatus between now and The Governor's attack on the prison did little to dampen enthusiasm for the series as the mid-season premiere delivered an incredible 15.8 million viewers.
Hit the jump to check out a sneak peek and promo for next week's episode of AMC's hit-television show, The Walking Dead. Also, come see two behind-the-scenes videos about "After."
To promote the return of The Walking Dead from its mid-season 4 hiatus, AMC have done a bit of “prankvertizing” and stuck a bunch of ravenous walkers beneath the streets of New York in order to terrorize passers by. Take a look after the jump.
Entertainment Weekly have posted seven new stills from the mid-season 4 return of AMC's The Walking Dead. See how the likes of Glenn, Daryl, Michonne, Carl and Rick are dealing with the armies of the undead now that the group has been scattered.
The Walking Dead makes its midseason premiere February 9th. To get you in the mood AMC has released a new "Not Afraid" promo. Come hit the jump to find out some Carl and Michonne tidbits.
We're still a couple weeks away from the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead, but perhaps the wait won't be so excruciating after you watch this new season 4 promo (low-resolution).
A couple of new stills from the February 9th return of The Walking Dead feature Carl looking pensive as his Dad recovers in the background, and Michonne alongside some familiar looking...escorts. Take a look after the jump.
As AMC's zombie drama series gears up for its mid-season return, we have this new featurette which gives us not only new footage from the show, but interviews with the showrunners and several cast members too. Take a look after the jump.
AMC have just released a new trailer for the mid-season return of The Walking Dead, set to an atmospheric cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival's classic tune. See how Rick, Daryl, Michonne and co. are coping with those pesky walkers after the jump.
Andrew Lincoln and executive producer Greg Nicotero teamed up with The Walking Dead’s “Ultimate Fan” Nick Santonastasso, for a prank that induces a scream from Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon).
"[The Walking Dead spinoff] is not as far along [as the Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul]," say AMC's network chief and programming head. Is the spin-off in fact not 100 percent green-lit?
Robert Kirkman compares the progression of the first-half of the The Walking Dead season 4 to the back-half, which starts with the mid-season premiere on February 9 on AMC. Mild Spoilers
To ring in 2014, the cable channel, AMC, ran a marathon for The Walking Dead, and during that broadcast they aired new footage from the second half of season four. Hit the jump to check it out.
Rick and Carl are on their own after escaping the prison, and its the latter who takes centre stage in this new poster for the upcoming second half of season four. Fans of the comic will know that he played a pivotal role in proceedings at this point, so is this a sign that the AMC series will feature the same?
Video shows new footage of the second part of Season 4 of The Walking Dead
Despite some very particular events unfolding in the mid-season finale of AMC's The Walking Dead, actor David Morrisey stated that The Governor's time on the show may not be over?
TellTale Games have FINALLY brought back the critically-acclaimed The Walking Dead video game series. Does a playable Clementine live up to the hype or does this little girl's adventure fall flat on it's face? Check out my take...
David Morrissey and the cast and crew look back on the rise and fall of The Governor, one of the show's greatest villains, in this new featurette for the AMC series. The Walking Dead will deal with the aftermath when it returns on February 9th, 2014. Hit the jump to check it out!
The Governor (David Morrisey) has come and gone but readers of the Kirkman comic book know there's an even nastier villain around the corner. How soon before Negan and Lucille terrorize Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and co.?