In the first five minutes of the third-season premiere of “The Walking Dead,” former sheriff’s deputy Rick Grimes and his battered and beaten band of zombie apocalypse survivors remain completely speechless. It’s a hauntingly stark opening for the popular AMC undead drama that no one’s been quiet about since it first debuted.
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“The Walking Dead” returns for its third season this Sunday, Oct. 14 with the addition of two new characters to the cast — Michonne (Danai Gurira) and the Governor (David… More
“The Walking Dead” wrapped up its second season with the death toll mounting. This season saw the demise of little Sophia (Madison Lintz), Shane (Jon Bernthal), and Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn),… More
We’ve missed you, Rick. AMC has released a first look at key art from the third season of “The Walking Dead.” The image below shows Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) pointing… More
“Completely changed characters,” an “ominous, dark and gloomy” vibe and, of course, the much-awaited arrival of The Governor are a few things we can look forward to in the third season of “The Walking Dead,” the show’s cast and crew promise in a new production video.
After what could generously be described as a bumpy second season, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” set itself up for an intriguing third season during last night’s finale. In what was… More
Sunday night’s shocking death on “The Walking Dead” was caused by another character doing something really stupid. We’re starting to wonder who the smarter people are on this show: the humans or the zombies.
Another new episode of “The Walking Dead” demonstrates that this show has lost none of its power to shock and awe.
As is tradition on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” that week’s “SNL” host appeared as a Thursday guest. This week, it happens to be old friend Maya Rudolph, who’s about as hot as anyone in the biz can get these days.
NEW YORK (AP) — Andrew Lincoln, who stars as Sheriff Rick Grimes in “The Walking Dead,” says he loves a secret. That’s partly why Lincoln has told no one the… More