03:20 PM EDT 07/23/2015
The Walking Dead
Originally posted 07/22/2015 07:00PM
Danai Gurira may be known as sword-wielding zombie-killer Michonne on The Walking Dead, but in real life she's on a very different kind of mission.
Originally posted 06/25/2015 10:55AM
Stars Michael Cudlitz, Norman Reedus and Danai Gurira show what's to come when AMC's hit returns
Originally posted 05/22/2015 10:40AM
Seven set photos of the Walking Dead spin-off, including shots of creator Robert Kirkman and costars Cliff Curtis and Kim Dickens
Originally posted 05/05/2015 10:35AM
Actor Seth Gilliam, who plays the morally conflicted Father Gabriel on The Walking Dead, was arrested Sunday in Peachtree City, Georgia, for DUI, marijuana possession and speeding.
Originally posted 05/02/2015 10:30AM
It appears that former Walking Dead star Chad L. Coleman spent at least part of his Friday on the New York City subway talking very passionately, and sometimes yelling and cursing, about ... something.
Originally posted 03/30/2015 01:15AM
As we've come to expect from the franchise, the teaser – which first aired during the finale of TWD – reveals very little.
Originally posted 03/30/2015 01:10AM
For a community trying to build a civilization, the people of Alexandria have always been myopic. Unable to truly look at the bigger picture or to focus on more than one thing at a time, they betray a nearsightedness that has cost them some of their own people while the wolves circled ever closer.
In the season finale of The Walking Dead, "Conquer," Rick (Andrew Lincoln) managed, once again, to convince people that his way is the best way. Also, Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) was the worst, yet again, and one of our main heroes was nearly killed. An old friend finally returned, and we met the villains – the wolves – who will inevitably be specifically targeting Alexandria next season.
Originally posted 03/26/2015 02:50PM
The Game of Thrones author has an awesome solution to making it through the zombie apocalypse
Originally posted 03/22/2015 11:55PM
There have been some really well-chosen songs used in this season of The Walking Dead, but there was no more apt way to open "Try" than with Nine Inch Nails' "Somewhat Damaged."
The episode began with the aftermath of Aiden's (Daniel Bonjour) death, which was partly due to his own stupidity and unwillingness to listen – a fairly common disease among the population of Alexandria. Carol (Melissa McBride) tried to make nice by leaving a tuna casserole on the Monroes' doorstep with a note that read, "We're truly sorry for your loss." Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) left the casserole and brought the note into the house to burn it, Father Gabriel's (Seth Gilliam) words from last week's episode clearly weighing on her.
In "Try," Rick (Andrew Lincoln) proved that he'll never be able to forget what happened outside of the walls of Alexandria, and Michonne (Danai Gurira) chose a side.
Originally posted 03/15/2015 11:40PM
Just when you think you've become desensitized to the death and gore on The Walking Dead, something new and even more devastating comes along to remind you how much you've grown to care about these misfit toys.
Major spoilers for "Spend" are below.
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