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Category Archives: The Walking Dead
Just when you think you can take a moment to breathe during Season 4 of the zombie apocalypse known as “The Walking Dead,” bam! Something will happen to shake things up.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nothing’s been as hard for Robert Kirkman as killing off Glenn. Not only did he do away with a beloved character in the comic book version… More
“Walking Dead” star Steven Yeun gives us a peek inside the new, fourth season of the acclaimed, high-rated AMC series, which returns this weekend.
By Marc Graser Greg Nicotero stands in the middle of the abandoned West Georgia Correctional Facility’s Cell Block C, part of the set that’s overrun by zombies in AMC’s “The… More
Although it’s been showered with Emmy nominations and critical praise, “The Good Wife” has gotten a little lost on Sunday night in the midst of cable’s big guns—HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and “Boardwalk Empire,” Showtime’s final season of “Dexter,” “Ray Donovan” and the new “Masters of Sex,” AMC’s “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead”—but it remains the perfect example of what network TV does best, tearing its narratives from the day’s headlines.
Grantville, Ga., was almost a ghost town until the producers of “The Walking Dead” chose to film their show there among the town’s ruined buildings. As a result, the town itself is rising from the dead …
Asked about the upcoming season of “The Walking Dead,” Danai Gurira goes silent. When prompted again, she breaks into laughter: “I’m thinking. How I’m going to answer without saying anything?”
AMC is expanding another successful series into a scripted franchise. After giving the go ahead to “Better Call Saul,” a spinoff series from “Breaking Bad” last week, the network just announced that it is in the initial stages of developing a companion series to mega hit “The Walking Dead.”
A California university and AMC think you can learn something from “The Walking Dead.”