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With new photos of Rick, Morgan and more, the poster heralds the return of "The Walking Dead" season six on February 14th.
"The Walking Dead" returns with new episodes on Feb. 14, but from the look on Rick Grimes' face, it won't be a Happy Valentine's Day.
Seth Rogen and company discuss their philosophy on creative changes in AMC's upcoming Vertigo adaptation.
The second season of Los Angeles-set "Walking Dead" spinoff "Fear The Walking Dead" will start April 10 on AMC.
Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy McGill prepares to turn a corner in the promo for the second season premiere of the AMC drama.
Cate Blanchett dances around her possible role in "Thor: Ragnarok"; James Gunn reveals the perks of digital film and more.
AMC president Joel Stillerman says "The Walking Dead" TV series will last as long as people are watching, and the comics are good.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's adaptation of the Vertigo series will debut during South by Southwest's film festival this March.
Strongly worded testimony from the former "Walking Dead" showrunner has been released, conducted as part of his ongoing litigation against AMC.
An Atlanta-based casting company posts a "GOTG" notice; Derek Wilson's original "Preacher" character will do more than recur and more.
Lawyer Jimmy McGill faces an uphill battle when the "Breaking Bad" prequel returns for its second season.
In "The Walking Dead" comics, Berkeley's character only spelled trouble for fan-favorites like Glenn, Maggie and Paul "Jesus" Monroe.
"TWD" scored the biggest Twitter audience for the second year in a row; the stuffed merc also comes with a tiny chimichanga.
AMC stokes the fan speculation fires for the second half of Season 6 with a new teaser for the show's 2016 return.
The "Thor" veteran stars opposite Hugh Laurie in an adaptation of the John le Carre novel described as "the thriller equivalent of a bromance."
Stephen Amell calls "Out of the Shadows'" Casey Jones "unfinished"; Ben Affleck talks the "new reality" of "Batman v Superman" and more.
Curtis tells CBR there's no going back for his character, and he hopes for even bigger badass moments as the show sets out to sea.
David Harewood compares his "Supergirl" hero to Macbeth; the line outside Hollywood's Chinese Theater gets added security and more.
Victor Garber and Robbie Amell hint at "Legends of Tomorrow" reunion; "S.H.I.E.L.D." stars talk last night's big change and more.
AMC Studios and Michael Eisner’s Tornante TV are reportedly in search of a writer to adapt Joe Hill's 2013 horror novel.
"The character itself is going to be as close [to the comics] as humanly possible," Morgan said of his role as Negan on "The Walking Dead."
The AMC drama continues to be a TV juggernaut, with the audience for Sunday's episode growing by more than 4 million in live-plus-three day ratings.
Downey talks being part of "Civil War's" "old guard"; Feige discloses more about Martin Freeman's "Captain America" character and more.
Domingo will reprise his role as Victor Strand as a series regular on the second season of AMC's "The Walking Dead" spinoff.
Scott M. Gimple weighed in on Glenn's fate, the difference in storytelling for the back half of this season, the Negan casting news and more.
Daryl, Sasha and Abraham encounter a new group of survivors who educate them about the existences -- and laws -- of Negan.
The first half of the otherwise strong sixth season concludes with a big revelation and characters going against everything we know about them.
There a lot of ground to cover, but the most exciting reveal of tonight's "The Walking Dead" actually happened during "Into the Badlands."
Jeffrey Dean Morgan calls Negan different from his other roles; an unconfirmed synopsis pegs "Justice League's" possible villain and more.
Melissa Rosenberg talks "Jones'" potential second season; Greg Berlanti says incredible stuff is coming for Iris West and more.
The Alexandria Safe-Zone becomes compromised just as one familiar face returns to "The Walking Dead."
After a month of waiting, last night's "The Walking Dead" gave fans a definitive answer about Glenn's fate.
Two characters have the same old debate on the road back home, while back in Alexandria, people start to take action, for better or for worse.
In the penultimate episode of the first half of the season, a big cliffhanger finally gets addressed, and an entirely new one gets introduced.
David Tennant, Krysten Ritter and more discuss their Marvel roles; Neal McDonough alludes to what Darhk wants with Queen and more.
Austin Amelio's newly introduced character comes straight from the Image Comics series, although you might not recognize him.
At the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions convention, Sally Corp unveiled animatronics for a "Walking Dead" theme park ride.
As fans tune in to scrutinize each episode for more details about a certain character's fate, "The Walking Dead's" ratings continued to rise.
"Supergirl" EP Andrew Kreisberg pays homage to the heroes that came before; production on "Doctor Strange" heads indoors and more.
Norman Reedus reveals whose voice isn't on the other end of the walkie talkie.