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Walking Dead's Sarah Wayne Callies: Lori's Afraid Rick and Shane Might Kill Each Other

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The secret is out!

In last week's episode of The Walking Dead, Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) finally came clean to Rick (Andrew Lincoln), not just about being pregnant, but also that she had had an affair with his best friend Shane (Jon Bernthal). (To be fair, they both thought Rick was dead.)

The Walking Dead Boss: Shane's living on borrowed time -- but hasn't worn out his welcome yet

Now, Lori and Rick will face a challenge more treacherous than ...
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The Walking Dead's Laurie Holden: Andrea Greatly Admires Shane

Jon Bernthal and Laurie Holden

Andrea has come a long way from the grief-stricken woman who lost her sister in the first season of The Walking Dead. Now the lone survivor of her family, Andrea (Laurie Holden) has used her mourning period to transform into a gun-toting survivor, and also one of the most badass women on Dead — though it came at the price of almost losing Daryl.

The Walking Dead Boss: Shane's living on borrowed time -- but hasn't worn out his welcome yet

"Andrea was finally given a gun, and was so excited to prove to the group, and to herself, that she's an asset, and she blew it on such a massive level and hates herself for it," Holden says of Andrea mistaking Daryl (Norman Reedus) for a walker and nearly blowing his head off. "You'll see in the next few episodes that she... read more

The Walking Dead Boss: Shane's Living on Borrowed Time -- But Hasn't Worn Out His Welcome Yet

Jon Bernthal

As fans of The Walking Dead comic series know, Shane (Job Bernthal) has out-survived his comic counterpart by far. His survival has altered the direction of the Dead mythos from the comics and shaped the AMC series into something comic creator Robert Kirkman calls creatively fun for him.

"From the comic book standpoint, he's living on borrowed time, but the beauty of the show is that we can change things up," Kirkman tells TVGuide.com.

Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman: Lori's surprising results are only the beginning

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Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman: Lori's Surprising Results Are Only the Beginning

Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies

[Spoiler Warning: This story contains details from both Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead and the comics the AMC series is based on.]

As if Lori's life in the zombie-infested world of The Walking Dead wasn't already tumultuous, she got some surprising news that will change the dynamic of the survivors.
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The Walking Dead: Can the Survivors Coexist with the Family at Hershel's Farm?

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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from AMC's The Walking Dead and the comics which inspired it.]

The world of The Walking Dead is about to expand.

Following the shooting of Carl (Chandler Riggs) at the close of the Season 2 premiere, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) will frantically set out in search for help. He'll seek solace at the farm of Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson), which houses a family unaware of just how far the zombie apocalypse has spread.

Gross! The brains behind The Walking Dead dissect the premiere's zombie autopsy

"They think this is just a temporary thing," explains Lauren Cohan, whose character, Maggie Greene, will be introduced in Sunday's episode. "They've been really sheltered. So when the group comes, they come with... read more

On Set With The Walking Dead

Andrew Lincoln

[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 2 premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]

"I hear we're getting shot," says an actress, smiling behind a mask of rotted teeth. "Awesome!" replies a bloody actor with an enthusiasm that's, ironically, everywhere on The Walking Dead set — from undead extras to lead actors — even after an in-house summer shake-up.

"It's jam-packed, character-wise and action-wise," says Andrew Lincoln, as electrified by the world of hungry corpses as his character, Rick, is terrorized by them. Deeper, darker and (at 13 episodes) more than... read more

Gross! The Brains Behind The Walking Dead Dissect the Premiere's Zombie Autopsy

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[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 2 premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]

AMC's The Walking Dead has never been for the squeamish, so it should come as no surprise that the Season 2 premiere would attempt what executive producer Robert Kirkman calls "one of the grossest things we have ever come up with."

The Walking Dead looks for life after Frank Darabont

Led by Deputy Sherriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), the show's band of zombie-apocalypse survivors left Atlanta behind in hopeful search of a safe haven at an abandoned military fort. However, the gang was stalled as they reached a section of interstate that was blocked with abandoned vehicles. When Rick and Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) spotted a "herd" of walkers approaching, everyone quickly hid under cars until the mob had passed.... read more

New York Comic-Con: The Walking Dead Promises More Scares This Season

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Walking Dead-heads, prepare to have you minds blown — and to see some brains blown away!

AMC's undead hit rises again tonight at 9/8c with "zombie stuff like you've never seen before," said executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. Addressing the capacity audience at New York's Comic-Con Saturday afternoon, Hurd, consulting producer Greg Nicotero and series creator Robert Kirkman teased Season 2 with promises of ... read more

The Walking Dead Looks for Life After Frank Darabont

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The Walking Dead's first season ended with a number of unanswered questions, but as the zombie drama lumbers toward its Season 2 premiere (Sunday, 9/8c, AMC), there's really only one question to be answered: Can the show live on after the exit of executive producer Frank Darabont?

Darabont, who spent years developing Robert Kirkman's graphic novel series for the small screen, was suddenly relieved of his showrunner duties in the middle of production on Season 2 and replaced by his No. 2, Glen Mazzara (The Shield). Even more confounding, the change came days after Darabont appeared at Comic-Con to promote the show. But just like the survivors of the zombie apocalypse, the show's cast and crew keep moving.

VIDEO Sneak Peek: The Walking Dead's Andrea is not happy to be alive

"It's definitely been... read more

The Walking Dead: Creator Weighs In on Season 1's Biggest Mystery

Andrew Lincoln

[WARNING: The following story contains possible spoilers for Season 2 of AMC's The Walking Dead and definite spoilers from the graphic novels. Read at your own risk.]

It's the most talked-about whisper since Lost went to TV heaven: What did The Walking Dead's Dr. Jenner tell Rick just before the survivors left the Centers for Disease Control in the Season 1 finale?

In the episode's closing moments, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his not-so-merry men learned that the CDC headquarters, their safe haven, was set to self-destruct. But before Dr. Jenner (Noah Emmerich) blew the place sky-high, he whispered something to Rick. Judging by Rick's reaction, Dr. Jenner's final words seem to be vitally important... and somewhat of a shock. But what did he say?

The Walking Dead creator on Season 2: "This world will get more dangerous"

Although the show won't return until the fall, the suspense is killing us. So we did some thinking — and some careful reading of Robert Kirkman's graphic novel upon which the show is based — and came up with our two best guesses. Then we took them straight to Kirkman, who, to our surprise, told us that one of our theories isn't far off! But which one? See what you think... read more

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