Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus
To any outsider setting foot on the Griffin, Georgia, set of The Walking Dead, the sense of heightened security and secrecy is immediately apparent. Production assistants string giant tarps across the entrance to a small alley, shielding any on-camera action from the eyes of dozens of gawkers who have parked themselves across the street in the 90-degree heat holding homemade signs professing their love for AMC's hit zombie drama. ("I <3 Daryl Dixon" is one popular sentiment.) Brief glimpses of the show's stars elicit the kind of eardrum-tearing screams usually reserved for the latest boy band.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from The Walking Dead and the comics the AMC series is based on. Read at your own risk!]
The second half of The Walking Dead's fourth season is turning into a comic book fan's dream.
Following the midseason finale and premiere's near direct adaptation of the issues surrounding the fall of the prison, the (albeit brief) introduction of...
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The Walking Dead ended the first half of Season 4 with a bang — literally.
After The Governor (David Morrissey) tried and failed to take the prison without any bloodshed, he...
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The Governor did not come in peace during The Walking Dead's midseason finale.
On Sunday's episode, The Governor (David Morrissey) rallies his new community to capture the prison. But Lilly (Audrey Marie Anderson) isn't too happy with his plan to take it by force, especially since...
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Question: I started watching Scandal from the start, when it was simply a problem-of-the-week plot mixed in with a little soap opera with Olivia and the President. They lost me a little bit last year when they temporarily dropped that element to completely focus on the soap opera element when the president was shot. With the addition of the B613 storyline (and possible new Harrison storyline), I feel the show has lost its focus. I was highly enjoying Lisa Kudrow's story and performance only to have the show dragged down by B613's machinations and apparent manipulation of Quinn. I get the fear the show could be the political Love Boat where the guest stars get all the meaty storylines, but I watch shows like Strike Back for my spy action and adventure. Have these writers learned nothing from the mistakes countless shows including Alias and recently Revenge have made with these over-the-top secret maniacal agencies? — Brian
Scott Wilson and Andrew Lincoln
The Walking Dead has gone through some growing pains over the last three seasons. Under former showrunner Frank Darabont, some viewers complained that the story was lagging, while under other former showrunner Glen Mazzara, the breakneck speed arguably gave some people whiplash. That's not to say each chapter didn't have its own merits, but under new showrunner Scott Gimple, the fourth season will take a more nuanced look at the zombie apocalypse that will really get to the root of each character...
It's raining zombies, quite literally, by the end of the first hour of The Walking Dead's fourth harrowing season (Sunday, 9/8c, AMC). And when it rains, it pours blood. Just how fans like it.
But it's in the pauses between the gruesome action, those eerie and unsettling silences, when we're reminded there's no rest for the living in a treacherous world where swarming walkers are constantly pressing against the prison-shelter gates, insatiable and relentless. In these quieter moments, Dead reinforces its claim as TV's greatest horror drama by making us care so desperately about the characters' humanity.
Chad Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green
The Walking Dead has promoted Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green and Emily Kinney to series regular for Season 4, TVGuide.com has learned.
Coleman and Green joined the show during Season 3 as fan-favorite comic book character Tyreese and...
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The Walking Dead axed yet another character this week, bringing the Season 3 death toll to new heights. But...
David Morrissey, Laurie Holden,Andrew Lincoln
Over the course of the last three seasons, The Walking Dead has found no shortage of characters to kill off, including its major players. This year alone, Dead has already axed Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and T-Dog (IronE Singleton). Now that The Governor (David Morrisey) is hellbent on making Michonne (Danai Gurira), Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Andrea (Laurie Holden) — the list goes on and on — pay, there are sure to be more casualties on the way. With the penultimate episode airing Sunday (9/8c, AMC), we take a look at the odds on which of our favorite characters could die before the season ends: