Days away from The Walking Dead Season 6’s grand return, we’re close enough that you can already read our early review, but why stop there? The first four minutes of Sunday’s “No Way Out,” have arrived, and there may be no Saviors for Daryl, Sasha and Abraham.
However much the first half of The Walking Dead Season 6 spent jumping around time and perspective, few would argue that our beloved Daryl got the short end of the stick, leading only a solitary episode, and losing his iconic motorcycle and crossbow in the process. Our long national nightmare has ended, however, as the back eight will feature much more Norman Reedus, even “a little Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” action with Rick.
The Walking Dead hasn’t traded in too many cliffhangers the likes of 2015 closer “Start to Finish,” creating the expectation blood and viscera will fly within moments of 2016 premiere “No Way Out.” We may have at least one confirmed survivor in the newest photos, while Daryl, Sasha and Abraham continue to stare down their new friends.
Walking Dead fans may have found themselves disappointed by Sunday’s most recent outing “Always Accountable,” not solely for failing to resolve Glenn’s fate, but also two mystery characters who left an impression with Daryl, and not much else. Speculation ran abound, but now AMC may have confirmed the comic identities of said characters, itself a major comic setup of our Season 7 big bad.
Walking Dead fans have waited upwards of three weeks for news of Steven Yeun’s Glenn after the mysterious conclusion of October’s “Thank You,” while Sunday’s “Always Accountable” ended on a mysterious voice that has many debating its significance. Now, Norman Reedus seemingly confirms the voice seeking “help” wasn’t Glenn, but do we believe him?
Tonight’s ‘The Walking Dead’ might have put Daryl, Sasha and Abraham in the spotlight, but did “Always Accountable” finally answer the big question about Glenn? And who’s this mysteriously sinister new faction? Find out in our full review!
It wasn’t as if Fear The Walking Dead would galvanize AMC into spinning off its flagship drama any further (though let’s not give them ideas), so The Walking Dead will lease out its most iconic aspect to pad the schedule. Norman Reedus will headline a new AMC reality series centered around his own love of motorcycles, so start your engines of panic over Daryl’s fate.
‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 blows the roof off its “First Time Again” with a bite-filled premiere, but what big mystery derails a whole herd of walkers to Alexandria? Our full review!
John Hillcoat is the director behind The Road and Lawless, which makes Triple 9 an instant must-see. Originally conceived as a starring vehicle for Lawless star Shia LaBeouf, Triple 9 was put on the back burner for a few years before Hillcoat got back to work on it, replacing LaBeouf with Casey Affleck for this nasty little crime thriller. The first trailer has arrived, and as the red band warning promises, things get very, very brutal.
The Walking Dead Season 6 has made no secret of its likelihood to adapt a few of the Robert Kirkman comic’s biggest stories, including some of its most memorable characters yet. We may yet have a line on one, as exclusive set photos from Season 6 reveal Rick, Daryl, Abraham, and one (figuratively) dead ringer for Paul “Jesus” Monroe!