Walking Dead companion series Fear The Walking Dead has made no secret of its intent to explore the undead’s rise to power before Rick Grimes, though one wonders how the AMC prequel drama will cultivate the same tension without walkers lurking behind every corner. Who fears the walking dead, when its characters have plenty more to run from, judging by the first clip?
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It’s always a toss-up who rules the realm of TV Comic-Con panels, between The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, though the shuffling zombies might outnumber White Walkers this year. Not only has AMC set panel plans for The Walking Dead Season 6, but so too will fans get a first look at Fear The Walking Dead with its own panel.
Excitement for The Walking Dead Season 6 not withstanding, we don’t have a particular picture of its spinoff “companion series” Fear The Walking Dead just yet. Now, AMC offers us several literal pictures, but little in the way of anything to fear. Now, eventually you do plan to have dead people on your Walking Dead show, right?
The massive success of Game of Thrones’ all-too-brief IMAX run naturally left the company ravenous for another TV event, and who better to follow than The Walking Dead? Yes, the Ricktatorship might hack and slash the undead of an IMAX screen near you, if the company (and fans!) have their way.
The Walking Dead has kept quiet since the close of Season 5, letting its upcoming companion series shoulder most of the load, but with Comic-Con 2015 on the horizon, the mothership AMC horrorfest has its first photo and casting. Literally Straight Outta Compton, star Corey Hawkins joins The Walking Dead Season 6 as comic character Heath.
Like any series finale, Mad Men had only so much room to wrap up its core storylines, without necessarily taking time to spotlight each and every unresolved plot point from the series. Those bemoaning Sal’s absence should feel a little better at least, as a new wishlist from Matthew Weiner reveals everything Mad Men‘s final season regrettably left out.
Train puns full steam ahead, AMC’s Hell on Wheels has admirably chugged on through four seasons, even building a Saturday program block for the network. Cullen Bohannon’s train will reach the station before long however, as AMC has officially lain track for Hell on Wheels’ fifth and final season premiere. Well, sort of.
AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead spinoff “companion series” has kept a pretty low profile since the debut of its first teaser, but like the zombie apocalypse, the undead are slowly starting to creep out. A new round of BTS photos offer a look at our stars watching the outset of society’s crumble, while a new AMC promo offers our first real footage.
AMC’s Better Call Saul carries on quite a few traditions from its Breaking Bad predecessor, but did you know Saul’s prequel journey was originally envisioned as a half-hour comedy? Or that some of Walter White’s famous threads put in a cameo six years before their origin? These are just some of the criminal facts to uncover in the seventh episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which lawyers up to defend AMC’s Better Call Saul!
Far from any LOST or even Breaking Bad, last night’s Mad Men series finale still inspired the lion’s share of debate today, the final moments of “Person to Person” proving just vague enough for a few open interpretations. Now, Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm has revealed his own insight into the Mad Men ending, including thoughts on the characters’ future thereafter.