[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
'Ello, Govna! David Morrissey takes control of The Walking Dead's third season as The Governor (whose real name has yet to be revealed), one of the franchise's most iconic villains. "In the comics, he has arrived at his psychological limit, is quite sadistic and is fully formed," says Morrissey. "In the show, we're meeting him much earlier in his journey, so there are...
"I hate that word."
That's The Walking Dead executive producer Greg Nicotero's reaction when faced with the ever-growing online popularity of "Ricktatorship," a term that picked up steam after protagonist Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) proclaimed that the struggling group of zombie-apocalypse survivors were no longer living in a democracy last season. If they were going to survive, it was going to be under his authority. And thus, a Ricktatorship was born.
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That Ricktatorship is only implied when the AMC zombie drama returns Sunday (9/8c). The gang has been on the road for...
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I'm in denial that it's the final season of Fringe. Give me scoop to help me cope. Please? —Chris
NATALIE: Peter and his daughter Henrietta reunited last season, but her run-in with her mom Olivia will surprise you. "It takes on a slightly different flavor than I think you would anticipate," Joshua Jackson tells us, noting that it will happen very quickly in the season premiere. The real question executive producer J.H. Wyman wants fans to ponder is: What happened to the Fringe team the day the Observers arrived? "How did they get in amber? How did Olivia and Peter and everyone get separated? Why were they all together? Why was Bell there? The history will surprise you when you realize there's a lot of emotions going on for reasons that you don't know yet, but you will."
Heard anything about the new season of CSI: NY? —Jonny
ADAM: I hear the new season is...
The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad will both participate in hour-long panels at Comic-Con this July, AMC announced Thursday.
The Walking Dead will take over Hall H for an afternoon panel moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick on Friday, July 13.