Well, now this is a surprise, in a manner of speaking. Following production issues that nearly derailed the series altogether and a risky move to Saturday nights, AMC's 'Hell On Wheels' season 4 will move full steam ahead in 2014. To boot, the Anson Mount-Common Starring transcontinental railroad drama will even receive an expanded episode order!
'The Walking Dead' season 4 will fill in some major gaps with this Sunday's all-new installment "Live Bait," as we finally learn what became of the villainous Governor (David Morrissey) and his surviving crew after season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs." Who, or what the Governor came across in the eight months before "Internment" remains to be seen, but we've got an exclusive "Live Bait" image of what looks like a major "biter" battle to come!
'The Walking Dead' season 4 surprised viewers during last Sunday's episode with the first, but brief return appearance of David Morrissey's the Governor. While the actor himself had a lot to say of his character moving forward, the first photos from the upcoming "Live Bait" show the once powerful villain has endured some wear and tear.
We were shocked enough when 'The Walking Dead''s Governor survived the events of season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs," let alone his brief return in this past Sunday's "Internment," but we'd have to be crazy to think AMC would allow David Morrissey's villainous character to survive another season, right? Right?
Last night's 'The Walking Dead' took us past the halfway point of the AMC drama's 2013 run, reintroducing us to a villain we've not dealt with since season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs." While next week's "Live Bait" will fill us in on what the Governor has been up to in his isolation, what does returning series regular David Morrissey have to say about the evolution of his character?
Tonight's all-new 'The Walking Dead' episode "Internment" kept right on dealing with the threats inside the prison walls, but the closing moments of the hour revealed that the greatest threat lies just outside the gates! Check out what you-know-who's been up to in the first sneak peek clip of next week's all-new installment, "Live Bait"!
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its fifth episode of the year with “Internment,” as Hershel struggles to take care of the ill, while Rick returns to the prison and aids Maggie in keeping up the fences, unaware of being watched by an old enemy ...
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ episode -- “Indifference” -- saw Rick taking Carol on a supply run to sort out their differences, while Daryl and his group continued to the veterinary college in search of needed medical supplies, so what does the latest episode of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4, episode 5, “Internment!”
The climax of this past week's "Indifference" cemented that 'The Walking Dead' season 4 has been curiously lacking in major deaths across the first five episodes, but will this Sunday's "Internment" finally get the blood flowing? The first photos from the new episode have hit, and things look rather dire for Hershel as the elderly survivor tends to the wounded...
It's been no secret that AMC's promising, if overly gritty drama 'Low Winter Sun' failed to meet expectations as a spiritual successor to the dark drama of 'Breaking Bad,' but even with its season 2 fate in limbo, it seems series star James Ransone isn't waiting to put the show on blast for failing to live up to expectations.
Love or hate that 'Breaking Bad' will likely spin its enduring popularity into the prequel spinoff series 'Better Call Saul,' the question remains why creator Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould chose to set the drama in the past, rather than explore other aspects of the character. Prequel discussion may be premature however, as Bob Odenkirk claims we might see a bit of post-'Breaking Bad' Saul as well!