Much as we love 'The Walking Dead' and the brutal finish that capped off the first half of season 4, we have to admit a bit of disappointment with the most recent trailers for the AMC horror drama's 2014 return. Thankfully, the latest 4-minute preview for the back half of season 4 has loads of new footage, and insight from the cast and crew into what might be the darkest and deepest episodes yet!
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'The Walking Dead' will be upon us all again in less than a month's time, but what of those already hungry for the second half of season 4? Feast your eyes on the latest trailer for the AMC horror smash's return on February 9, and find out what's on the horizon for Rick, Daryl and all the others scattered to the wind!
'The Walking Dead' gives us January to recuperate from the events of midseason 4 finale "Too Far Gone," but the dead will be upon us again soon enough, starting with the February 9 premiere! The first photo of Rick and Carl's post-prison adventures have emerged, and something tells us Carl needs to start taking his own advice.
Earlier today saw 'The Walking Dead' teasing Rick and Carl's long road ahead with an ominous new teaser poster, but what of the others who were scattered by the Governor's assault in midseason 4 finale "Too Far Gone" Check out a brand-new series of teasers that reveal what horrors the others will face when 'The Walking Dead' returns in February!
'The Walking Dead' remains just out of our reach with a February 9 premiere of season 4's latest, but that shouldn't stand in the way of some fresh new art from the zombie apocalypse! AMC has released a new season 4 poster that teases Rick and Carl on the road ahead, but how long will the pair remain isolated from the other survivors?
The year of 2014 will soon be upon us, and with it we'll be one month closer to 'The Walking Dead' season 4's February return. 2013's midseason finale "Too Far Gone" left our prison group in a dire place to be sure, but with many new challenges ahead, might David Morrissey's Governor return to haunt Rick and his group once more, despite the villain's bloody predicament?
The 2013 year of TV greatness may be at an end, but with so many exciting premieres to come in 2014, we can’t wait for the next round to begin anew. From ‘The Walking Dead’ returning to Ron Moore’s latest Syfy original, we take a look into the future at the most exciting TV prospects to premiere and return in early 2014! That’s right, this is just the beginning of what the next year holds in store! Did your favorites make the grade?
All year we've heard about the monster ratings garnered by such buzzworthy series as 'The Walking Dead' and 'The Big Bang Theory,' but Nielsen boxes certainly aren't everything. Which of our favorite series rounded out TorrentFreak's annual list of the most-pirated programs of 2013? 'Game of Thrones' remains king, but find out what other shows made surprising advancements this year!
AMC monster hit 'The Walking Dead' may have its own real-life drama to contend with for the moment, but we're more interested to see what becomes of Rick and his fractured group when 2014 picks up in the aftermath of midseason finale "Too Far Gone." While we wait, showrunner Scott Gimple and Robert Kirkman have revealed new details of the latest run and the possibility of the series' next great villain!
Just when you thought 'The Walking Dead''s latest season renewal had gone by without the showrunner shakeups so often associated with the series, it seems the AMC monster drama has a new problem on its hands. 'The Walking Dead''s original showrunner and co-creator Frank Darabont has hit AMC with a lawsuit alleging that the network defaulted on upwards of $10 million in royalties. Merry Christmas to all!