The Walking Dead's midseason finale ended in an explosive fashion last night, so it should come as no surprise to learn that the final episode in the first half of season four ended sailed off into the zombie apocalypse with an impressive 12.1 million viewers!
Come check out a promo and a sneak peek of next year's The Walking Dead mid-season premiere. Also, two behind-the-scenes videos detailing the hardwork that went into making "Too Far Gone."
The action packed, emotionally charged mid-season finale of The Walking Dead just concluded and left a lot of carnage and bloodhsed in its wake. Did it go down like you expected? Were you shocked? What did you think overall? Click on to have your say. SPOILERS ahead.
Plenty of new footage in this New Zealand promo for AMC's The Walking Dead. Hit the jump to watch as The Governor (David Morrissey) taunt Rick (Andrew Lincoln) with a request to chat.
The Walking Dead executive producer Scott Gimple discusses the midseason finale "Too Far Gone" and whether The Governor (David Morrissey) and Rick Grimes (Andre Lincoln) finally reunite.
Rick Grimes tries to negotiate with The Governor in this new clip from Sunday's mid-season finale of AMC's The Walking Dead. Come find out which members of Rick's group are being held captive.
One of the biggest complaints from UK fans of The Walking Dead is how easy it is to have the latest episode spoiled by American viewers before the AMC series finally airs five days later on Fox. Well, we now have some very good news for you! Hit the jump for further details.
The Flash, Hourman, Constantine, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and a Walking Dead spinoff are just a few of the television shows currently in development. Which one is your most anticipated?
Hit the jump to check out 2 sneak peeks and a promo for the mid-season finale of AMC's television series, The Walking Dead. Also, come see 2 videos detailing the making of "Dead Weight."
'Gareth' who? Well, while The Hollywood Reporter claims that the Greek and Suburgatory actor is playing a "remix" of a character from the comics, it seems likely that that name is being used to keep his actual role a secret. Hit the jump for further details!
Apparently Fox Brazil has no regard for spoilers. Hit the jump to check out this international promo for Sunday night's episode of AMC's zombie-infested television series, The Walking Dead.
Reedus may swap hunting the undead for becoming one of them in the upcoming remake of The Crow. Also, Twilight's Kristen Stewart was said to be considered for the role of the doomed Shelly, but the studio passed. Read on for more.
By now, it's clear that AMC's adaptation of The Walking Dead is taking The Governor in a very different direction to his comic book counterpart. However, this still from Sunday's episode may give us an idea as to what's to come, and it's a VERY iconic scene from the Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard series!
Next week's episode, "Dead Weight," looks pretty intense. The Governor (David Morrissey) and Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) appear to be headed for an awkward encounter. Come check it out.
If you caught last Sunday's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, we saw another side to the man monster known as The Governor. Will it last? Where is the show heading as it charts new territory not explored in the comic book?
Hit the jump to check out a sneak peek and promo for the next episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Plus, come see two behind-the-scenes videos detailing the making of "Live Bait."
The Walking Dead spinoff in development at AMC is reportedly a prequel, one that will focus on the early days of the pandemic and where the living still outnumber the undead.
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.