AMC's 'The Walking Dead' always makes for a good laugh outside of its zombie horror, as the internet allows fandom the opportunity to parody its more ridiculous aspects. Now however, the series appears to have taken matters into its own hands, tasking stars Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln to promote the show in Japan with a series of baffling commercials. Plus, find out what absurd change NBC wanted to make to 'The Walking Dead' before landing on AMC!
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We weren't altogether surprise to find 'The Walking Dead' adding three of its newest and most memorable characters to series regular rank with season 5, though it seems the AMC horror-drama has a more unexpected casting on its hands. 'The Wire''s Seth Gilliam has joined former co-stars Chad Coleman and Lawrence Gilliard Jr. for season 5 as a new series regular, but might he be concealing another comic character?
'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).
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!
We've seen the Syfy development wheels turning a bit of late with last week's official pickup of the TV-adapted '12 Monkeys,' but this might be the cable network's most intriguing prospect yet. Syfy will follow 'The Walking Dead' into zombie land with a series order for 'Z Nation,' its own corner of the apocalypse that borrows a few pages from 'World War Z,' as well.
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 shambled out its 16th and final entry with Sunday’s season finale “A,” but how did it hold up to the comic book continuity? Rick reunites with Daryl and makes his way to the mysterious Terminus, quickly finding that all is not as friendly as it seems, so what’s next for ‘The Walking Dead’ as the fourth season continues?
Though it won't air until the fall, 'The Walking Dead' season 5 is already posing fans with loads of questions, especially after Sunday's season 4 finale that saw Rick's group make it to Terminus and realize a little too late what was really going on. Keeping in mind the events of the episode, "A," AMC upped three members of the cast to series regular roles for season 5, that of Rosita, Tara and Terminus baddie Gareth.
'The Walking Dead' season 4 came to a close with Sunday night's finale, "A," but while there were plenty of gun play, reunions and drama to be had, there still lacked any major revelation or surprise to leave us craving more from the upcoming season 5, to air this fall. In the latest behind-the-scenes videos from AMC's hit drama, the cast and crew all try and wrap up what we saw last night, while speculating what'll come to pass next season, using buzz words like "brutal" and "explosive" to get us pumped.
"Today's the day of reckoning," as 'The Walking Dead' season 4 comes to a close with finale "A," and we finally get answers to whatever happened to Glenn's group after he reunited with Maggie in last week's episode, and if any of the other prison group members made it to Terminus. It's too bad that both these answers were not satisfying enough.
We’ve gone through the entire cast of characters once again (in order from least to most likely to die) to determine who might become walker food before the finale axe drops, or worse, food for something else entirely!