According to the email I just received from AMC, production on Season 4 of The Walking Dead officially began today. To celebrate, we have this behind the scenes look at Executive Producer Greg Nicotero directing...zombie school?
The folks over at BadLipReading decided to bring another hilarious video, this time making fun of the hit show The Walking Dead. So hit the jump if you want a banjo too!
Great Amazon deals on the classic G.I. Joe: The Movie special edition blu-ray, hit manga Attack on Titan and shonen anime Soul Eater. If you've procrastinated, now is the time to buy the very first season of The Walking Dead.
It was recently rumoured that The Wire's Larry Gilliard Jr. had signed up to play 'Roy Stark' in the upcoming fourth season of The Walking Dead. Well, his role in the AMC series has now been confirmed as has the character from the comics he will actually be playing...
The actor (who actually worked with Chad "Tyrese" Coleman on The Wire) is reportedly in talks to join the cast of AMC's The Walking Dead in its upcoming fourth season as the mysterious 'Roy Stark'. Read on for details!
Showcasing the differences between Rick Grimes and The Governor as leaders.
Stargate Studios has posted a new video showcasing their visual effects on season 3 of AMC's The Walking Dead. Also, an emotionally-gripping short film, that focuses on a zombie-bitten father going great lengths to protect his infant daughter...from himself.
You would think signing a brand like “The Walking Dead” would be a no brainer considering the rage for zombies today in our society!
Conan's side-kick Andy tours Georgia's favorite city as a zombie. The Georgia Aquarium is even more fun if you're made up as a Walker from "The Walking Dead."
They're not the greatest quality images, but you can get a first look at McFarlane's 'Andrea', 'The Governor', 'Carl Grimes', 'Riot Gear Zombie', 'Riot Gear Gas Mask Zombie' and 'Daryl and Merle Dixon' action figures after the jump!
An Executive Producer says the Walkers become more threatening in Season 4 of AMC's The Walking Dead. Spoilers within for our international readers that aren't quite caught up on Season 3.
Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw reviews Activision's THE WALKING DEAD: SURVIVAL INSTINCT. Does the critically panned FPS have a fan?
Just days after it was announced that David Morrissey's 'The Governor' has been promoted to a series regular for season four of The Walking Dead, Chad L. Coleman ('Tyreese'), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) and Emily Kinney (Beth) have all also been promoted.
Talking more about season four of The Walking Dead, executive producer and writer Robert Kirkman teases the evolution of characters such as Carl Grimes and The Governor, while also promising plenty of other "radical changes" when the AMC series returns this October.
Don't worry if the name doesn't ring any bells as it seems the team behind The Walking Dead are looking to add another original character to the AMC series. Read on for details on the sort of actors they're looking for and details on Stark's role in the show.
The Walking Dead Season 3 is over
and while we have a bit of a lengthy wait for the Season 4 premiere, the cast and producers have a few firm notions about the show's future.
Creator, writer and executive producer Robert Kirkman talks here about the death of two major characters over the past couple of episodes of The Walking Dead, the season three finale, what's in store for the survivors, season four and a whole lot more. Check it out!
Despite facing stiff competition from the season three premiere of HBO's Game of Thrones (which broke records with an impressive 4.4 million), last night's finale of The Walking Dead managed to beat its mid-season premiere for an all-time series high. Read on for details!
Following last night's shocking episode of the AMC series, it has been confirmed that one of the cast will return as a series regular for October's fourth season. We won't spoil it for you here, but hit the jump to find out who it is (HINT: it will make fans of the comic book series VERY happy).
Last night saw one great show's third season end as another's began, but both seem to have left fans just slightly - or more than slightly in some cases - disappointed. What did you think? SPOILERS for both shows ahead..