The fourth season finale of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' left our heroic survivors in something of a pretty pickle, more literally than you might think, but the fifth season might bring about the biggest bad of all. Find out what series creator Robert Kirkman had to say about the fifth season potentially introducing a famous comic villain even worse than the Governor!
It's been a good while since we've heard anything from the front about 'The Walking Dead''s companion/spinoff series at AMC, what with the mothership preparing to head into its fourth season finale this coming Sunday. Now, AMC has unveiled a slew of new scripted developments for its lineup, including a 'Sons of Anarchy' alum attached to write and develop the spinoff of AMC's monster-drama.
'The Walking Dead' creator Robert Kirkman has conquered the small screen with the AMC adaptation of his comic book, and now he's looking to bring his talents to the big screen as he's set up to make 'Air,' a film he'll produce and which will star Djimon Hounsou, and 'TWD' regular Norman Reedus.
'The Walking Dead' season 4 will finally premiere the first of its back eight episodes this coming Sunday, February 9, picking up with the survivors after the events of last year's finale, "Too Far Gone," but our burning questions for the remainder of the season have only grown? For instance, when might we see new comic characters like Abraham, Rosita and Eugene finally appear, having been announced months ago?
And so, 'The Walking Dead' season 4 has come to a brief intermission, closing out the first half of the season with last night's "Too Far Gone," and picking up again in 2014 with its February 9 premiere. Before we get there however, what Easter eggs might we have missed from the finale? Was one of the big deaths a fakeout? Find out the future of 'The Walking Dead' season 4 from the producers themselves!
Ratings for 'The Walking Dead' keep right on growing into its fourth season, while series creator Robert Kirkman prepares a companion series spinoff to hit the airwaves in 2015, but it seems Cinemax will be keeping the comic book writer busy as well. Kirkman's upcoming exorcist title 'Outcast' has officially landed at Cinemax for development as an ongoing series, but how big is the order?
Amid all the 'Walking Dead' excitement of the past few days in the announcements from the New York Comic-Con panel, season 4 premiere "30 Days Without An Accident," and the mammoth 16.1 million viewers that caught it, we have yet another cause for anticipation. AMC has released another sneak peek of next week's "Infected," while the producers offer new insight into the new threat facing Rick and the prison!
While AMC's 'The Walking Dead' companion series spinoff admittedly felt much more warranted than 'Breaking Bad''s 'Better Call Saul,' we still have relatively little idea what to expect from the 2015 spawning of the monster horror hit. And while details will be clamped shut tighter than a walker's jaw, series creator Robert Kirkman offered up a few new tidbits of 'The Walking Dead''s inevitable spinoff.
Image Comic creator Robert Kirkman's breakout smash 'The Walking Dead' will celebrate yet another victory lap this coming Sunday with season 4 premiere "30 Days Without an Accident," but could Kirkman's latest comic creation "Outcast" already have conjured its own TV future? Find out all about Kirkman's latest supernatural drama, which could be coming to TV sooner than you think!
The moment 'The Walking Dead' made it clear that season 4 would see a serious deviation from the comics in sticking with the infamous prison, adding most all of Woodbury's inhabitants to the survivor ranks, we knew things would be different. How different, you ask? Allow series creator Robert Kirkman to show you the changes himself in an on-set tour of new additions to 'The Walking Dead' season 4's prison!