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Question: I'm new to The Walking Dead this season, but I did catch up on all of Season 1 with the marathon presentation before the Season 2 premiere. I mostly like it and I know we're supposed to suspend disbelief, especially when watching a show about zombies. However, I do think they try to make it seem "real" plot-wise, and I especially like the explanation provided during the Season 1 finale where only the brain stem comes back to life which would account for the mobility and other "mindless" behavior. However, it also occurs to me that these are supposed to be smart people caught up in this fantastic scenario from hell. So why don't they just make it to a marina and procure a nice big boat and hang out on a lake somewhere? The way these zombies move, it's clear they can't swim or otherwise follow, and they could just cruise around and make the occasional raid to get gas and hunt, not to mention just fish for sustenance. I know ...
To get the first episode of Fox's dinosaur drama Terra Nova made, it reportedly took $15 million and more than a year to plan; there were production delays, changes in the writers room, pilot reshoots, and plenty of time spent on getting those CGI dinosaurs to look as good for TV as they did in 1993's Jurassic Park.
"Some people do heroin, I do high-concept shows," jokes series star Jason O'Mara, who last played a cop traveling ...
What do you get when you put Paula Abdul, Zooey Deschanel and Will Forte together? A little bit of chivalry (Forte loaned Deschanel his jacket), some Simon talk (OK, more than some talk about Abdul's love-hate-love relationship with Cowell) and lots of laughs at Monday's Paley Center fall TV preview ...
There's an earsplitting boom and Stephen Lang hits the deck hard as the windows implode.
"That's nothing," the buff 59-year-old actor says, removing his earplugs and brushing sawdust from his hair. "You wouldn't believe the stuff that happens around here."
We're deep in the Australian bush on the set of Fox's new adventure series Terra Nova. In the scene filming today, a meteor has just exploded in the atmosphere above the prehistoric colony
Comic-Con audiences got a first look at Fox's highly anticipated dino-drama Terra Nova, a series about a family that travels back to pre-historic Earth as part of a larger effort to ensure a future for humanity. All they need to do is re-establish society while peacefully co-existing with their dinosaur neighbors.
Fox announces premiere dates for Terra Nova, X Factor and more
After screening the first hour and sitting in on the Q&A with producers that followed Saturday, here are six things we learned about the show, executive-produced by Steven Spielberg and starring Jason O'Mara:
1. How soon into the first episode of Fox's Terra Nova will viewers see a dinosaur?