If there's one thing both fans of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' and the Image comics of the same name know, it's that any character can be placed on the chopping block at any time. 'The Walking Dead' season 3 has already cost the lives of two major characters in eight episodes, but will things get worse as time goes on? With the battle between Woodbury and the prison claim more lives when 'The Walking Dead' returns on February 10? Find out what producer Greg Nicotero has to say inside!
Regardless of the AMC showrunner drama plaguing the series, 'The Walking Dead' is poised to continue its season 3 hot-streak with February 10 return "The Suicide King," kicking the battle between Woodbury and the prison into high gear. We've already seen a few casualties to that battle, and a few body parts lost, but a new poster for the acclaimed AMC action-drama's return teases the deadliest episodes yet! Get an eyeful of the bad-ass new 'Walking Dead' season 3 poster inside!
On the one hand, a lot of people are going to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse in case that ever happens. On the other hand, a lot of people out there are buying guns to protect themselves from zombies. According to a gun rights advocate as well as a gun store owner, people are preparing themselves for the zombie apocalypse with guns and ammo.
To those of you snickering 'Archer' jokes at that headline, we salute you. But nonetheless, Rick Grimes has quite a bit to rampgage about after the shocking, and heartbreaking episode of 'The Walking Dead' that capped off this Sunday, the extra-visceral "Killer Within." Rick didn't seems to be doing to well by episode's end, so how will he deal with his emotions in next week's "Say the Word?" And what sinister threat has Michonne discovered in the latest clip?
Finally! We confess that most of us weren't affected in the slightest by DISH's decision to drop AMC over its billion dollar lawsuit, though we were certainly tired of hearing every single AMC promo in existence punctuated by "Not Available On DISH." Seriously, we've had jilted relationships that didn't complain that much. But for now it seems that AMC and DISH's beef has been settled, meaning DISH subscribers can finally get their 'Walking Dead' on. But at what cost?
Uh-oh. It's starting to look like that time! We're only weeks away from October 14 and the third season premiere of AMC's zombie smash 'The Walking Dead,' which means that press screeners are on their way to critics (spoiler alert: we loved them), and AMC is gearing up for the release with official episode descriptions of the first few weeks. So with the official synopsis of 'The Walking Dead' season 3 premiere "Seed" hitting the web, what have we learned?
The first trailer for the third season of 'The Walking Dead' was released at Comic-Con in San Diego on Friday. It introduces two new characters...Danai Gurira as Michonne and David Morrisey as the Governor.
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