After a lengthy hiatus, The Mentalist returns Sunday with all new episodes — and Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) is once again going rogue.
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Shooting up a barn full of zombies is the least of the survivors' worries when The Walking Dead returns Sunday at 9/8c on AMC.
Now that Shane has taken a stand against Rick (Andrew Lincoln), the group will begin to crack under the pressure of choosing sides. Plus: New threats arise once the group realizes they're not the only people who have survived the zombiepocalypse. TVGuide.com sat down with executive producers Robert Kirkman and Glen Mazzara to get the scoop on the second half of Season 2:
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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.
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[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 fans can gorge on the AMC zombie drama's Season 2 premiere on Oct. 16. Until then, we offer an exclusive first look at the new season's (clue-filled) poster as a tasty appetizer.
The Walking Dead creator on Season 2: "This world will get more dangerous"
The first question that comes to mind: Why is Rick (Andrew Lincoln) all alone? The poster certainly continues the theme established by the striking Season 1 image of Rick riding into an abandoned Atlanta on horseback. But now that Rick's been reunited with his family and the other survivors, why is he still seen flying solo?
Our educated guess after screening the 90-minute season opener: This season will test Rick as a leader, and his decisions may end up isolating him from the other survivors. That's a concept Lincoln saw developing at the end of Season 1 when Rick led the group to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention only to learn it was far from a safe haven.
The Walking Dead creator weighs in on Season 1's biggest mystery
This is big news for The Walking Dead fans. The critically acclaimed AMC series has just cast two hugely popular characters from the graphic novels on which the show is based.
Early into the new season, which returns in October just in time for Halloween, Rick Grimes and our brave band of survivors will encounter a farming family that has been ravaged by zombies....
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The Walking Dead has cast its first new victim, er, actor for its sophomore season.
Pruitt Taylor Vince has landed a recurring role as Otis in Season 2 of the AMC zombie drama, TVLine reports.
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean somebody ain't out to getcha. It might even be several somebodies. In the early months of the CBS hit The Mentalist, it seemed to viewers that Red John, the unseen psychopath who haunts and taunts Simon Baker's character, Patrick Jane, was operating as a solo act. But now, in the show's third season, it is creepily...