'The Walking Dead' ended season 4 on more of an immediate cliffhanger than any past season, so much so that we're left to wonder more about how season 5 will open than what major comic stories it might tackle. Still, as production on the new season looms, showrunner Scott Gimple promises the most action-heavy season yet, and a possible return for fan-favorite character Morgan (Lennie James).
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!
Though admittedly with much less strife than in previous years, AMC has renewed mega-monster hit 'The Walking Dead' for a fifth season to begin airing in the fall of 2014. No showrunner change this time around as far as we can tell, meaning Scott Gimple will continue onward where Frank Darabont and Glen Mazzara have been previously ousted under dubious circumstances.
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!
We're just days away from Comic-Con 2013 and the premiere of 'The Walking Dead' season 4 trailer, and so far we've heard both series creator Robert Kirkman and new showrunner Scott Gimple tease the coming year for AMC's smash horror-drama. Now, a new Alex Ross poster, and photos have emerged to tease the coming trailer, while future character and spoiler-y details have come to light as well!
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.
AMC's 'The Walking Dead' remains as huge as ever, making the long wait until October, or even this summer's Comic-Con presentations, feel horribly torturous. We've seen a photo or two from production on the new season, along with tidbits from Norman Reedus himself, but what will 'The Walking Dead' fans learn about season 4 from the latest production video?
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?
Months ago we were shocked to learn that 'The Walking Dead' show-runner and somewhat savior Glen Mazzara would depart the AMC drama in advance of the fourth season, following in a pattern for the series that saw Frank Darabont ousted prior to the season 2 premiere. Writer/producer Scott M. Gimple had been rumored to take the reigns of 'The Walking Dead' season 4, and now AMC has made the news official, bringing on two new executive producers as well. Find out the latest on 'The Walking Dead' inside!