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Just as "The Walking Dead" wraps up, "Fear the Walking Dead" begins, as teased in a newly revealed promo and cast photo.
The "Walking Dead" star will headline Joe Lynch's ("Knights of Badassdom") next, alongside Samara Weaving.
A post from Joe Russo shows more of "Civil War's" meeting room scene; Cole Sprouse reveals part of his "Riverdale" look and more.
South by Southwest introduced this featurette, which includes a new video from the set of AMC's newest comic book adaptation, "Preacher."
"Better Call Saul," AMC's "Breaking Bad" prequel series that stars Bob Odenkirk, just got picked up for a third season.
A longtime fan of the comic, Yeun can't wait for his show's viewers to get to know the man known as Negan.
Sebastian Stan digs through Winter Soldier's personal belongings; "Civil War" producer Nate Moore says crossovers are "possible."
You might think underwater zombies would be the biggest threat to survival, but a new promo for the AMC drama says that's not the case.
Tom Cruise -- appearing as a Scientologist -- will show up, and die, at one point during the "Preacher" pilot.
AMC has set the premiere date for their "Preacher" pilot, which will air immediately after "Fear the Walking Dead's" mid-season finale.
"Wonder Woman's" trailer could debut at this year's Comic-Con; EP Greg Berlanti discusses LGBT characters in "Supergirl" and more.
If he could do it again, Daryl wouldn't have been so trusting of the Saviors he came across in the burnt forest.
In a storyline that's a little too similar to last week's plot, Carol and Maggie struggle with the prospect of mass murder.
To promote the world premiere of the pilot at South by Southwest, AMC has unveiled an attention-grabbing installation in Austin, Texas.
The "Supergirl" cast thanks fans for watching the show's first season; "Iron Fist" rumors target Colleen Wing, Davos for inclusion and more.
The lead trio of AMC's "Preacher" adaptation -- Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy -- are front and center in these new pictures.
AMC will head back "Into the Badlands" for a ten-episode second season in 2017.
If one of the severed zombie heads in last night's episode looked familiar, that's because it was modeled after Johnny Depp.
Alexandra Shipp discusses Storm's role in "X-Men: Apocalypse"; a new character could pose a problem for "Flash's" Cisco and more.
The man with the bat has yet to arrive, but Alicia Witt's character makes her debut in a big way.
Although killing has become second-nature to many characters on "The Walking Dead," some know it still carries a lot of weight.
While infiltrating The Saviors' bunker, Glenn stumbles across what may be the first visual clues to Negan's most trustwothy accomplice. SPOILERS!
Executive producer Scott Gimple shared that "he can't imagine anybody else" besides Morgan in the role of Negan.
Teasing rough seas, showrunner Dave Erickson promises the AMC horror drama won't become "'The Love Boat' with zombies."
David Mazouz says Lucius Fox will "go on a journey" with Bruce; Steven Yeun's favorite zombie fight took place way back in "TWD" season 3.
The series will adapt Dan Simmons' novel of the same name, which follows an expedition crew that is attacked by a mysterious predator on their ships.
Rick and his crew may be taking the fight to Negan, but have they underestimated the as-yet unseen villain?
The "Batman v Superman" director says his film has a "pretty good" Batman; "X-Men: Apocalypse's" Olivia Munn talks "lethal" Psylocke and more.
Executive producer David Alpert explained the "barbaric logic" behind Negan's actions and what separates him from the show's other villains.
Executive producer Scott Gimple explained that, while there's a build up to Negan's arrival, "you might even see him next episode."
Laura Vandervoort compares "Smallville's" Supergirl to the current one; "X-Men's" Lana Condor opens up about Jubilee and more.
Rick proposes his people take the fight to Negan's doorstep before war erupts in Alexandria.
Last week's emphasis on quiet moments and negotiations carries over to tonight, a calm before the storm of Negan and his Saviors.
It's been confirmed that we'll meet Negan at the end of the season, but tonight saw the introduction of another antagonist from the comics. SPOILERS!
Paul Wernick reveals how they cracked the "Deadpool" script; Norman Reedus' prank war with Andrew Lincoln involves chickens and more.
Rick, Michonne and the rest of Alexandria will meet Negan in the final episode of Season 6, and it's not going to be a pretty introduction.
Chadwick Boseman talks about his Wakanda accent; Geoff Johns compares Patty Jenkins to "Superman" director Richard Donner and more.
"No Way Out," "The Walking Dead's" midseason premiere, pulled in more than 20 million viewers over a period of three days.
According to Andrew Lincoln, the last scene of "The Next World" looked a lot different in the script than it did in the episode.
"BvS" will run a bit longer than "Man of Steel"; Scott M. Gimple discusses last night's "Walking Dead" revelation and more.