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Gearing up for the Feb. 10 midseason return of "The Walking Dead," AMC has released a promo that ratchets up the tension on the impending war between the Prison and Woodbury.
AMC has released a new promo for the Feb. 10 midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead" teasing the build-up to “the battle at the end of the world” between the residents of the Prison and the forces of Woodbury.
Following the news of current "Walking Dead" showrunner Glen Mazzara's departure after the conclusion of season three, AMC has announced executive producer Scott Gimple will step in as the drama's third showrunner.
Telltale Games Exec. Producer Kevin Boyle discusses the many accolades for "The Walking Dead," the challenge in creating a new aspect of Robert Kirkman's zombie franchise and what to expect from Season 2.
A new poster promoting "The Walking Dead's" return to AMC on February 10 teases fans with "an eye for an eye" showdown between Rick Grimes and The Governor.
Robert Kirkman responds via Twitter to criticism over Glen Mazzara's "Walking Dead" exit, stating "Sons of Anarchy" showrunner Kurt Sutter is speaking on "things he knows nothing about."
A trailer for the second half of "The Walking Dead‘s" third season comes complete with eye patches, conflict and large doses of chaos. The hit series returns Sunday, Feb. 10 on AMC.
The unexpected announcement this morning that AMC and showrunner Glen Mazzara "have mutually decided to part ways" is accompanied by confirmation that The Walking Dead will return for a fourth season.
In a move reminiscent of the 2011 departure of Frank Darabont, showrunner Glen Mazzara has announced he is leaving "The Walking Dead." Both he and AMC cite differences over post-Season 3 plans for the series.
"The Walking Dead" showrunner Glen Mazzara discussed the standout performance by Sarah Wayne Callies and commented on the more controversial decisions of the show, including the death of T-Dog and Oscar.
Danai Gurira discusses her role as "The Walking Dead's" katana-wielding Michonne, her character's immediate distrust of the Governor and trust in Rick, performing while drenched in walker guts and more.
Chad L. Coleman, the newest addition to "The Walking Dead" cast, teases how Tyreese will fit into the back half of Season 3 and whether his character will stray from his comic book counterpart.
The midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" on December 2 was the first cable series to surpass all other shows -- network and cable -- in the fall 2012 broadcast season for adults 18-49.
The midseason finale of "The Walking Dead" finds Rick & Co. mounting an assault on Woodbury to rescue Glenn and Maggie. Allies are lost, allegiances are tested and one face makes a surprising reappearance.
Ahead of Sunday's fall finale, a new television spot for "The Walking Dead" reveals the first footage of "The Wire" alum Chad Coleman as fan-favorite character Tyreese.
The worlds of Woodbury and the Prison are finally converging, and there's no way that is going to end well. Glenn and Maggie get tortured while Michonne looks to Rick & Co. for shelter.
13-year-old Nick Mastrangelo took his affinity for "The Walking Dead's" Daryl Dixon, the crossbow-shooting, motorcycle-riding loner, and produced a bloody and original animated short.
Several sources confirm earlier rumors that "The Wire" alum Chad Coleman has been cast as Tyreese on AMC's hit survival drama "The Walking Dead."
The worlds of Woodbury and the Prison finally come together in Episode 6 of "The Walking Dead," and it was definitely worth the wait.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman states a popular character is headed to AMC's "The Walking Dead" -- and drops heavy hints that it might be fan-favorite Tyreese.
Greg Nicotero and Danai Gurira offered up some insights into the Nov. 11 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Say The Word," where fans got to see some major moments from the comic book series come to life.
Rick loses control after last week's death while Woodbury prepares for a party on "The Walking Dead." Also, we learn an interesting revelation about the state of The Governor's family.
CBR News spoke with actor Dallas Roberts about his character Milton's role on AMC's "The Walking Dead," his relationship with the evil Governor and Merle, the unique point of view he provides the series and more.
"The Walking Dead's" IronE Singleton discusses his character's big moment in the latest episode, playing a role unique to the television series and how things went down for T-Dog as Singleton had hoped they would.
Actress Sarah Wayne Callies discusses the dramatic developments for her character on the latest episode of "The Walking Dead," its implications for the rest of the cast and the future of Rick, Carl and Lori.
In Episode 4 of The Walking Dead," we say goodbye to some of the show's major characters while also realizing just how unsafe the Prison really is.
Robert Kirkman and actor David Morrisey discuss the debut of the Governor on AMC's "The Walking Dead," explaining the differences between the TV and comic incarnations and his intentions towards Michonne and Andrea.
CBR participated in a conference call with "Walking Dead" star Andrew Lincoln and executive producer Gale Anne Hurd where they detailed Rick Grimes' rocky path during the hit show's third season.
As the third season gets underway, actor Norman Reedus goes deep on what's at stake for crossbow-carrying survivor Daryl as his brother Merle's return looms on the horizon.
The resident bad ass of the survivors of "The Walking Dead" finally makes her AMC debut this season, and the actress behind Michonne tells us what it's like to wield a katana and the pressures of meeting expectations.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" has proven that the fate of characters in the comic do not necessarily mirror their on screen counterparts. With that in mind, CBR asks: will Lori and the baby survive the third season?
Executive Producer and show runner Glen Mazzara takes CBR on a guided tour of Season 3 of AMC's "The Walking Dead," explaining how the survivor's battle for the prison against David Morrisey's The Governor will twist from its comic roots.
The cast and crew of AMC's "The Walking Dead" discuss the addition of Michonne and the Governor to the series, death dinners for actors whose characters die and the possibility of a "Walking Dead" feature film.
Formerly the reigning champ for cable dramas, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman's Image Comics series "The Walking Dead" crossed a new threshold this weekend as the top-rated TV show of the year...period.
In the Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead," the much-changed group of survivors end months of running at the long-awaited Prison, which holds the promise of refuge and horror.
Robert Kirkman and the cast of AMC's "The Walking Dead" played to a standing-room only crowd at New York Comic Con, discussing the hit series and hinting at what might be lurking over the horizon.
The cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" discuss the development of Rick and his team of survivors during Season Three, how the characters have grown and the introduction of fan-favorite Michonne.
"The Walking Dead" stars Michael Rooker, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohen and more speak out about Season Three on the dead carpet, including character relationships and special effects.
CBR TV spoke with Robert Kirkman, Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey and more on "The Walking Dead" dead carpet about the appearance of iconic villain The Governor in season three of the AMC hit series.
CBR spoke with Michael Rooker at "The Walking Dead's" Los Angeles red carpet premiere, where the actor reiterated he would love to play Rocket Raccoon in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy."