A majority of us can categorically agree that this season of The Walking Dead sucked more than any in recent memory. Our sweet killer Carol has withered and become a shell of her former merciless self. The sequence of events were as predictable as normal yet with less gratification. And Glenn’s false demise did…
Despite becoming a cultural phenomenon at home, shows like Empire aren’t attracting the same number of viewers abroad, leading some to believe that the world just isn’t ready for African American stories outside of America. But it’s not that simple: the business of television is changing.
To be clear, few of us have likely watched six seasons The Walking Dead for its compelling, literary teleplays. We watch it to imagine how we might survive the apocalypse and, above all, we watch it to see zombies kill and be killed, preferably in gnarly, grisly fashion, with lots of sinewy muscle and gore that…
Some people died in the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead.
Last night’s fall finale of The Walking Dead confirmed two things: wearing clothing smattered with walker guts is a strategy that isn’t utilized nearly enough. And children ruin everything.
Is Glenn really dead? For three weeks now, many of us have been pacing back and forth, asking ourselves this question—unable to eat, sleep or fornicate. Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead put us out of our misery, after achieving its goal of completely stressing us out.
The Walking Dead has rarely had mercy on its most lovable characters. Never would a great storyline be sacrificed for the sake of sympathy. It’s an admirable yet gut-wrenching aspect of the show. And so it goes that in Sunday night’s episode, “Thank You,” my third-favorite person was (presumably) killed off in the…
Humans are hardwired to become self-interested killing machines, or at least that was the premise of last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, “JSS,” aka “Just Survive Somehow.” Embrace the killer inside or suppress it, but you will make a choice.
The Walking Dead has returned and there’s a major operation underway to extinguish a mega-herd of walkers that threatens the quaint community of Alexandria. As expected, things don’t go as smoothly as planned because plans—especially during a zombie apocalypse—almost always get derailed.
Norman Reedus, who plays The Walking Dead’s scruffy walker slayer Daryl, is offering fans a chance to win a date with him in New York as a part of a fundraiser for the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
The first three minutes of Fear the Walking Dead—AMC’s spin-off of The Walking Dead that’s set in L.A. and premieres on Sunday—brings us into a whole new world that’s just discovered the presence of walkers after the initial outbreak of whatever it is that’s turning people into zombies.
A trailer for Season Six of The Walking Dead premiered at San Diego Comic-Con and, finally, Morgan looks to be playing a much larger role.
The Walking Dead spin-off Fear the Walking Dead, a title I can’t type without giggling and shaking my head, is currently in production. Here’s a teaser.
The final 10 minutes of The Walking Dead's season finale on Sunday were some of the most intense moments of the entire series so far. Besides the usual threat of death, there was also a new threat (Wolves) and another major takeover.
What do you do in a society where prison doesn't exist and people do evil things? Rick Grimes has a solution: execution.
"Don't Let Go" were the next-to-last words of one moderately beloved, now deceased, character on last night's episode of The Walking Dead. His actual last words: "Ahhhhhhh! Ahh! Ahhhhhhh! Ahhh! Ahhhhhhh!"
The last four episodes of The Walking Dead have been the best since the series' inception. For too many episodes to count, fans were subjected to shoddy dialogue and shallow character development—even the dramatic twists, like the Governor's aquarium of heads or the Terminus cannibals, seemed like thin, broadstroke…
You've thought about this for years and now it's finally happening: a zombie outbreak. Adrenaline rushes. Life flashes before your eyes. Why didn't you travel more, see the world? Your cat shrieks. What do you do? Where do you go? Science might have answers.
The Walking Dead introduced a new character in Sunday night's episode, so you know what that means—yet another person to shower with love, warmth and good cheer. Welcome to the crazy dysfunctional family. Right, Rick? How will you greet him? "I'll put a knife in the base of your skull." Cool, cool.
Sunday night's winter premiere of The Walking Dead began with the possibility of hope, which is the one thing keeping everyone alive and sane, but I already had a feeling how this would end.