The Walking Dead Season 6 seems a bit more transparent than its predecessor, though the October 11 premiere may leave a few scratching their heads. Not only will the new season of AMC’s monster smash open on a “heightened” action sequence absent any context, but so too will episodes dip back to show both Morgan and others’ backstories.
The Walking Dead Season 5 left us on a relatively safe cliffhanger teasing the reunion of Rick and Morgan, but Season 6 may well bring all the Alexandria walls down. Comic-Con 2015 has brought the cast back to San Diego, and you know know what that means! The Season 6 trailer is here, and fans are already ravenous.
The Walking Dead left the Ricktatorship in a whole new world by the end of Season 5, literally and figuratively, but the benefit of Alexandria walls doesn’t seem to be keeping out the danger. With Comic-Con 2015 up ahead, AMC has released the first Walking Dead Season 6 key art, and the bromance between Rick and Morgan may be put to the test.
‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 shambled out its 1st and foremost entry with Sunday’s season premiere “No Sanctuary,” but how did it hold up to the comic book continuity? Rick shows the people of Terminus who they're screwing with, thanks to a little help from Carol and an old friend makes a surprising return, so what’s next for ‘The Walking Dead’ as the fifth season kicks into gear?
As if we hadn't been shouting it from the rooftops already, 'The Walking Dead' season 4 will make its triumphant return this Sunday, kicking off the first of eight more episodes to pick up after the events of climactic midseason finale "Too Far Gone." We've seen all the trailers and photos and gathered intel on what new characters we'll meet, but which survivor's fate might be put on hold until season 5?
If you've been saving your perfect "'Low Winter Sun' has set" joke for the right moment, the time is now. AMC has officially confirmed that the low-rated and oft-maligned detective drama starring Mark Strong and Lennie James will not return for a second season.
Along with a brand-new episode of 'Breaking Bad,' this Sunday's third installment of AMC freshman crime drama 'Low Winter Sun' will feature a surprise for 'Walking Dead' fans, shambling out a brand new look at season 4! While the action of 'Low Winter Sun' heats up however, we have an exclusive photo sneak peek of Sunday's all-new episode "No Rounds" to get fans up to speed on the series.
Just as AMC earlier placed its Sunday offering of the final 'Breaking Bad' premiere "Blood Money" online to view, so too has the meth drama's newest partner hit the web. 'Low Winter Sun' may have split the critics in evaluating AMC's latest gritty drama, but you can judge for yourself by watching the entire series premiere pilot episode right here!
AMC's 'Breaking Bad' will soon cook to a close when new episodes begin Sunday August 11, but our reintroduction to Walter White will also set up AMC's next gritty drama, 'Low Winter Sun.' Starring Mark Strong and 'The Walking Dead' player Lenny James, AMC's UK-adapted crime drama has released the first five minutes of its pilot online, and you'd better have a strong stomach if you want to watch.
Yesterday we were privy to a first-look trailer from AMC's upcoming UK-adapted drama 'Low Winter Sun,' bringing together the impressive casting of Mark Strong ('Kick Ass'), Lennie James ('The Walking Dead') and David Constabile ('Breaking Bad') for a summer release. To go along with the fresh new trailer, AMC has released multiple photos from the new series, so get a fresh look at 'Low Winter Sun' inside!