Departing “Walking Dead” showrunner Glen Mazzara didn’t need much time to find a new job: He’s signed an overall deal with Fox Television Studios to develop cable television projects under a new banner, 44 Strong Productions.
“The Walking Dead“-heads are gearing up for the back eight episodes of Season 3 now that the top-rated, zombie drama is returning to AMC on Sunday, Feb. 10. So XfinityTV.com attended an industry event where the producers and the cast gathered at the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences for a talkfest about Season 3 […]
Two prominent executive producers reacted with rage and disbelief to the news that their colleague, Glen Mazzara, is leaving as showrunner on “The Walking Dead.”
There’s good news and bad news for fans of “The Walking Dead.” AMC announced Friday that the show has been renewed for a fourth season. The zombie series, based on writer-executive producer Robert Kirkman’s comics, has been killing in the ratings, coming off a record-breaking third season in which the cable series even slaughtered the […]
[**Spoiler Alert**: Do not read if you haven’t watched Sunday night’s winter finale of “The Walking Dead.”] Now that’s how you do a winter finale. Sunday night’s episode of “The Walking Dead” delivered shocking twists and turns, a surprising reunion, a ferociously intense shootout, some unexpected newcomers, and a brutal fight scene so eye-poppingly gruesome […]
Andrea (Laurie Holden) had a reunion of sorts last week when she and Michonne (Danai Gurira) were taken captive by Merle (Michael Rooker), who she hadn’t seen since he had been handcuffed to the roof of a building in Atlanta in Season 1 of “The Walking Dead.” It wasn’t the happiest of reunions since the […]
When “The Walking Dead” airs on Sunday night, Andrea (Laurie Holden) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) are introduced to a new community of survivors after witnessing an accident and seeing a plume of smoke in the distance. Whether or not it is Woodbury remains to be seen, but David Morrissey, who plays the Governor, told us […]
In the first five minutes of the third-season premiere of “The Walking Dead,” former sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes and his battered and beaten band of zombie apocalypse survivors remain completely speechless. It’s a hauntingly stark opening for the popular AMC undead drama that no one’s been quiet about since it first debuted.
“The Walking Dead” wrapped up its second season with the death toll mounting. This season saw the demise of little Sophia (Madison Lintz), Shane (Jon Bernthal), and Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn), among others. But then, in the finale, the farm became infested with walkers and it was clear that more deaths were soon to come. DVR […]
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – (Spoiler alert: Don’t read this if you don’t want to know anything about what’s coming up on “The Walking Dead.”) “Walking Dead” showrunner Glen Mazzara doesn’t want to reveal too much about the upcoming third season of the show – but he will say, emphatically, how the entire series won’t end. […]