12:05 PM EDT 05/13/2015
The Walking Dead
Originally posted 03/01/2015 10:00PM
In "Remember," Glenn (Steven Yeun) said it best when he told the survivors' de facto new leader: "We need to make this work. ... We were almost out there too long."
It wasn't new information, of course, but that reality was present in every single one of Team Rick's interactions with the denizens of the Alexandria Safe-Zone. Led by Deanna Monroe (Tovah Feldshuh), their new home was almost too idyllic for any of them to trust.
"People out there are always looking for an angle," Rick (Andrew Lincoln) told Deanna. "Looking to play on your weakness. They measure you by what they can take from you." Indeed, on this week's episode of The Walking Dead, we were reminded that Team Rick is still very much the "people out there."
Originally posted 02/22/2015 10:05PM
Given how many times our heroes on The Walking Dead have been offered salvation only to encounter monsters worse than the ones from which they needed salvation in the first place, it's no surprise that they were suspicious of Aaron (Ross Marquand) and his offer of a new home for Team Rick.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) was most distrustful, even as Michonne (Danai Gurira) urged him to reconsider, stop fighting and let it go.
In the end, Rick and the survivors made it to Alexandria – but not before Rick's overly cautious nature backfired and landed them in yet another life-threatening situation.
Originally posted 02/15/2015 10:00PM
Death happens not just to you, but to the people you leave behind.
That never became more clear on The Walking Dead than in "Them," when survival became a burden for Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Noah (Tyler James Williams), who were still reeling over the losses of Tyreese (Chad L.Coleman) and Beth (Emily Kinney).
Meanwhile, Daryl (Norman Reedus) had trouble even accessing his grief and the group at large appeared more desperate than ever just before a beacon of hope arrived in the form of a man named Aaron.
Originally posted 02/12/2015 01:35PM
A day at the spa. Specifically, a naked spa.
Yeun, 31, went the full Glenn-y to conquer his fear on Wednesday's Conan. Unfortunately, he and host Conan O'Brien quickly learned their Korean spa experience wouldn't be as sexy as they hoped.
"There's no sexual activity, or you will be banned," warns an attendant in the slightly NSFW video. "For life."
Originally posted 02/08/2015 10:00PM
The midseason premiere of The Walking Dead began and ended with a burial.
"What Happened and What's Going On" opened with a funeral seen in a sneak peek released earlier this week. Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Noah (Tyler James Williams) wept. We assumed it was Beth's (Emily Kinney) burial.
We were wrong.
Originally posted 02/08/2015 01:30PM
[YOUTUBE "G41wQsa9k0s"] Before The Walking Dead returns from a long, cold, zombie-free winter hiatus on Sunday, star Andrew Lincoln wants to revisit that gruesome neck-biting scene from the season 4 finale – and what it means for his character Rick's motivations moving forward.
At a TimesTalks panel on Monday, Lincoln, Steven Yeun (Glenn) and showrunner Scott M. Gimple sat down to discuss all things Walking Dead, including Lincoln's perspective on Rick's "morally ambiguous" decisions and whether Glenn and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) are "doomed."
"There's a certainty in [Rick] that people follow," said Lincoln, 41. "It's one of his strengths. It's also one of his weaknesses as well because he's defiant. ... There are morally ambiguous decisions that he makes, and that's the thing that hooks me into the story, like, 'Hey, he's just bitten [another man's] throat out! ... But it's for his son.' "
Indeed, Lincoln is not so desensitized to the general mayhem and gore of The Walking Dead that that scene didn't give him pause. "I called up [Gimple] and I went, 'You know, we've always been very responsible with the violence on this show. There's a line in the sand – are we overstepping it?' " said Lincoln, prompting laughter from the audience. "And [Gimple] said, 'Which bit are you talking about?' "
Originally posted 02/05/2015 07:20PM
Originally posted 02/04/2015 11:00AM
[YOUTUBE "CvFTDcNWPY8"] The Walking Dead returns from its winter hiatus on Sunday, but the Powers That Be have bestowed upon us all a sneak peek of its highly anticipated return.
SPOILERS abound for all those needing to play catch-up with their DVRs!
Originally posted 01/20/2015 02:00PM
The Walking Dead offers up a little hope amid the increasingly grim zombie apocalypse. A little.
In this newly released midseason return trailer for the hit AMC series, tempered optimism threads the entire promo with the words "BEYOND FEAR" and "FIND HOPE" emblazoned on the screen as the action builds to a climax.
Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) continues a solid record of grizzled-fortune-cookie leadership as he delivers bittersweet pep talks like "We do what we need to do and then we get to live" and "I know we'll be okay because this is how we survive."
Originally posted 01/15/2015 04:00PM
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