"It's all about slim chances now, and a slim chance is better than none." This grim, yet hopeful statement wraps up the Season 2 trailer of AMC's The Walking Dead that premiered at Comic-Con on Friday in San Diego. The zombie series is currently in production in Georgia, but the cast and crew took a break from the heat and ticks (yes, ticks) to sit in an air-conditioned ballroom to share a few choice morsels with fans. Laurie Holden, who plays Andrea, promises, "If you're a fan of The Walking Dead graphic novel, you're going to love this season."
Exclusive first look: Season 2 of The Walking Dead
To celebrate the first day of San Diego Comic-Con, check out this exclusive image from The Walking Dead's new season (premiering on AMC in October) featuring survivors Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn)...
Lauren Cohan has a nasty habit of getting killed off popular sci-fi shows just as her star is on the rise. As Supernatural's Bela, she was devoured by Hell hounds and as The Vampire Diaries' Rose, she was killed by a werewolf bite (she was spared on Chuck after trying to kill Sarah).
But if her new Walking Dead gig follows the trajectory of the graphic novels from which the AMC series is based, Lauren may have found a job with stability — her Maggie Greene is among Farmer Hershel's fortunate few children who survive the zombie plague.<
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....
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from The Walking Dead comic series (and possibly the TV show it inspired). Read at your own risk.]
While the writers of AMC's The Walking Dead have only just begun to discuss what will happen in Season 2, speculation about how close the series will stay to the comic book series that inspired it runs rampant — even among the actors.
The Walking Dead creator on Season 2: "This world will get more dangerous"
Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies and the rest of the cast shared their thoughts on which comic book story lines they ...