'The Walking Dead' won't shamble out its fifth season premiere "No Sanctuary" for another month at least, but even the Comic-Con 2014 trailer didn't mind telling us that Rick and the rest of the "A" car won't be holed up in Terminus forever. To wit, the AMC horror drama has released a plethora of new character portraits for the season, with some surprising season 5 reunions, and more than a few questionable omissions!
AMC's ‘The Walking Dead‘ will be back on our TV screens for season 5 before long, but before Rick, Daryl and the rest show the hungry people of Terminus who they're screwing with, we could use some light refreshment. Before the world ends (again), feast your eyes on everything you need to know about AMC's 'The Walking Dead’ in 60 seconds!
This past weekend at Comic-Con 2014 saw AMC shambling out its official trailer for ‘The Walking Dead,’ season 5, dropping plenty of bodies, blood and tantalizing teases for the new episodes premiering Sunday, October 12. We couldn't help diving a little deeper into every frame of footage to read between the lines, so what secrets of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 have we unlocked?
Beware of major spoilers, and check out everything we found in our inside look at the secrets of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 trailer!
The 'Walking Dead' season 5 trailer finally debuted at Comic-Con 2014 during AMC's panel for the hit zombie-drama, but if you weren't there to see it, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can watch it right now and see what all the fuss is about!
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its 14th episode, “The Grove,” as Carol, Tyreese and the girls find an idyllic house on their way to Terminus, but Lizzie's growing instability threatens them all, before tragedy strikes.
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ installment, “Alone,” saw Sasha questioning Bob and Maggie's decision to find the "Terminus" sanctuary, while Daryl and Beth holed up in a funeral home, 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 14, “The Grove!”
Regardless of the mixed reception to 'The Walking Dead's' season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs," there can be no denying the skyrocket success of AMC's acclaimed horror-drama. With the fourth season set to premiere this fall, and popularity at an all-time high, could a future 'Walking Dead' movie already be in the works? According to series star Chad Coleman, it might be time to start buying tickets!
It's been just three days since 'The Walking Dead' wrapped up its best year yet with three finale "Welcome to the Tombs," but AMC already has big plans for season 4. In addition to the recent casting call for new series regular "Roy Stark," 'The Walking Dead' season 4 has officially elevated three of its own, promoting Chad Coleman (Tyreese), Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) and Beth (Emily Kinney) to series regulars. Find out the latest on 'The Walking Dead' season 4 inside!
This Sunday will see one majorly epic night of television, concluding 'The Walking Dead' season 3's 2012 run with the climactic mid-season finale "Made to Suffer," along with the season finale of HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire.' And while AMC is still keeping things pretty hush-hush, 'The Walking Deads's mid-season finale will also introduce Chad Coleman as fan-favorite comic character Tyreese! But what about the latest promo and photos from 'The Walking Dead' has us deathly nervous?
Fans' wanted 'The Walking Dead' to bring the hammer down, and AMC will not disappoint. Amid fervent rumors and speculation that former 'The Wire' star Chad Coleman would take the role of 'The Walking Dead' comic fan-favorite Tyreese in an upcoming episode, we finally have confirmation. The hammer-wielding Tyreese will indeed make his way into 'The Walking Dead' season 3, with Coleman in the role! However, given the character's introduction in the book, what might AMC change for the part?
We like to consider ourselves connoisseurs of 'The Walking Dead,' both comic and TV, especially with regard to how they compare to one another. Fans of either medium were overjoyed with last year's season finale "Beside the Dying Fire," which introduced not only comic character Michonne and the prison, but also alluded to the coming of infamous villain The Governor. Could the same treatment be in store for season 3? What famous comic character is rumored to be introduced in the season 3 finale, and what 'The Wire' star could bring him to life?