'The Walking Dead' season 5 continues driving fans into a tizzy with announcements of a major marathon and preview for its October return, not to mention Comic-Con, but we've got something to tide you over in the meantime. 'The Walking Dead' season 4 will arrive on Blu-Ray and DVD this August, and we've got the trailer, artwork and full set of features to come!
AMC had a rough go of finding new series to generate the same excitement as its aging flagships 'The Walking Dead,' 'Mad Men' and even 'Breaking Bad,' but it seems 'Turn' reaped the benefits of that challenge. The network officially commissioned the Revolutionary War drama to return for a second season in 2015, but will anything be different this time around?
We were on the fence when AMC announced that 'Breaking Bad' would spawn its very own 'Better Cal Saul' spinoff, but already the network is doubling down on its criminal lawyer. Not only has 'Better Call Saul' already been renewed for a second season, but the series premiere has also moved to 2015, and the first photo of Bob Odenkirk as a stylin' Saul Goodman has arrived!
Experience has taught us that 'The Walking Dead' season 5 will premiere its first official trailer during the Comic-Con 2014 panel this coming July, but you won't need to wait that long (or even attend) for a first look at the new season. Find out when AMC will premiere a brand-new first look at 'The Walking Dead' season 5 with a new 'Talking Dead' special to follow a series-long marathon!
The ever-increasing popularity of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' mandates that we'll have a few more seasons beyond the upcoming fifth to carry on the undead apocalypse, spinoff or no, but how long could the Robert Kirkman-adapted series really run? New producer comments suggest that Rick might be fighting the walkers well into a 12th season, with plenty of stories plotted out to match.
The Revolutionary War reaches its final 'Turn' of the season as the AMC period drama heads into "The Battle of Setauket," and Abe Woodhull (Jame Bell) faces all-out war to keep the Culper Ring alive. Before Sunday's all-new season finale installment brings things to a temporary halt, we have an exclusive first look at the latest AMC episode to 'Turn' the tide in "The Battle of Setauket."
AMC's 'The Walking Dead' surpassed all our Death Watch expectations by finishing things out with a relatively low body count, but the law of averages suggests that the reaper will be dropping by season 5 on a number of occasions. We'll have our own theories on which survivors will be the ones to bite it at Terminus and beyond, but in the meantime, has the first major death of 'The Walking Dead' season 5 been revealed?
The Revolutionary War continues toward a breaking 'Turn' as the AMC period drama heads into its final two episodes of the inaugural season, and Abe Woodhull (Jaime Bell)'s attempts to keep both the peace and the Culper Ring in tact grow more treacherous than ever. Before Sunday's all-new penultimate installment "Against Thy Neighbor" we have an exclusive first look at the latest AMC episode to 'Turn' the tide.
We weren't altogether surprised when AMC renewed its quiet hit 'Hell on Wheels' for a fourth season in 2014, though fans were delighted to find that the usual 10-episode run would expand to a full season of 13. Now, the network officially scheduled an August return for Cullen Bohannon and the Transcontinental Railroad, with a brief hiatus late in the run.
AMC's 'The Walking Dead' has a habit of casting characters familiar to comic book fans with names and descriptions that strongly resemble their literary counterparts, some more so than others. The recent addition of 'The Wire' vet Seth Gilliam seemingly suggested another character familiar to fans, but have on-set photos revealed Gilliam's true role?