After what seems like an endless break, “The Walking Dead” is coming back from its second season hiatus on Sunday, February 12 at 10 pm Eastern. The show is coming back as AMC’s most-watched show, but it’s not coming back without a ton of questions attached to it.
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No, John Hawkes will not be playing The Governor on “The Walking Dead.” Movieweb.com reported that producers wanted the “Martha Marcy May Marlene” star to play the zombie drama’s main villain.
We don’t normally dive into the minutiae of casting news, but when we see that the star of a hit show is in any kind of talks to star in… More
Now that Frank Darabont is in production on a new show, “L.A. Noir,” he’s in a more talkative mood, telling TV Guide that leaving “The Walking Dead” was a painful experience, considering he felt like the cast and crew were like family to him.
The AMC portion of the TCA press tour started with some news about the network’s highest-rated show, “The Walking Dead.” The zombie drama will be getting a sixteen-episode third season,… More
By FRAZIER MOORE NEW YORK — When Robert Kirkman talks zombies, he sounds more like a diligent student of such creatures than the guy who creates them for an audience… More
Remember how much we loved the fact that “The Walking Dead” was slowing down and giving viewers a chance to explore the characters? Well, we didn’t mean that we wanted… More
By Derrik J. Lang, AP Entertainment Writer Flesh-eating zombies aren’t the only worry thing to be worried about in the second season of “The Walking Dead.” Sarah Wayne Callies, who… More
“The Walking Dead” is going country. When Season 2 of AMC’s hit zombie drama returns in October, expect the Walker-filled streets of Atlanta to be replaced with a more scenic… More
The CDC wasn’t the only thing exploding in Sunday night’s season finale of ‘The Walking Dead.’ According to figures released by AMC, ratings for the zombie-drama soared to a series… More