Considering all the tensions and fallout that surrounded 'The Walking Dead' season 4 when showrunner Glen Mazzara was announced to depart the monster AMC drama, replacement Scott Gimple has remained relatively quiet about his rise from writer to executive producer. Now, in advance of the big Comic-Con 2013 panel next week, Gimple has finally spoken up to preview his personal new spin on 'The Walking Dead' season 4.
Fans of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' were in for a major surprise with last night's season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs," as the conflict between Woodbury and the prison turned out differently than any reader of the Robert Kirkman comics could have imagined. Kirkman himself has been all over the wire today to preview the upcoming fourth season, and explain a few points of surprise and confusion from season 3, so get the latest intel on 'The Walking Dead' season 4 inside!
For as much as 'The Walking Dead' fans panicked when AMC ousted yet another show-runner from its best season to date, fears were somewhat allayed by the recent and universally well-recieved "Clear," written by season 4 show-runner Scott M. Gimple. Gimple won't officially take the reigns from Glen Mazzara until production begins this May, but what does series creator Robert Kirkman have to say of the decision to promote Gimple?
'The Walking Dead' comic creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman already has one major TV hit under his belt, with a second potentially on the way as AMC options fellow comic 'Thief of Thieves,' so would a third time even be a charm at this point? Kirkman aims to find out, developing an exorcism drama based on another upcoming comic book series, but will his next horror hit be as successful as its predecessors? Get the latest on Robert Kirkman's new drama inside!
Any fan of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' likely knows of the show-runner struggles the series has had over the years, first with the sudden and shocking exit of executive producer Frank Darabont, and most recently the announcement that AMC would bring back the mega-hit zombie series for a fourth season without Darabont's replacement Glen Mazzara at the helm. Yet unlike last time, has the reason for Mazzara's departure come to light? Find out why Glen Mazzara left 'The Walking Dead' inside!
Just when you thought the uproar surrounding AMC's decision to renew 'The Walking Dead' for season 4 without show-runner Glen Mazzara had died down, 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter has stoked the fires once again. Previously Sutter attacked AMC for their frequent show-runner turmoil, leading 'Walking Dead' creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman to comment on Sutter's words over Twitter. Now, Sutter has gone positively nuclear, slamming both Kirkman and AMC for a lack of knowledge in show-running in his latest video blog entry. Will the madness never cease?
Because it just wouldn't be the holidays without all our loved ones squabbling with one another, the show-runners of our favorite TV series are at it again. Late last week brought the shocking news that 'The Walking Dead' showrunner Glen Mazzara would depart the series for the fourth season, followed by 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter's profane public response to AMC. Now, 'Walking Dead' comic creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman has issues his own response to Sutter's rant, fueling the fire. The battle rages inside!
'The Walking Dead' season 3 will certainly have its hands full with the hordes of walkers, and plenty of new characters to slice and dice their way through the ranks, but what of the season's setting itself? With such a big deal made out of the second season's farm setting, will the iconic prison prove to be an ideal safe haven for the survivors? Or will our favorite 'Walking Dead' wind up trapped within its walls? Take a trip with Robert Kirkman to find out!
It'll be a good while yet before we see any official footage or images from season 3 of AMC's 'The Walking Dead,' so while details even from the set are kept mostly under wraps, series creator Robert Kirkman loves his fans enough to issue his own report from the Atlanta set. So what's the latest from AMC?
October seems like an absurdly long wait for fresh 'Walking Dead' episodes on AMC, but all good seasons must come to a close sooner or later. That's why our zombie blood keeps pumping for Telltale Games' upcoming video game adaptation of the Robert Kirkman comics, hungry for every new taste we get!