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Ennis, who co-created "Preacher" with artist Steve Dillon, shared what he thought of the television show's first trailer and pilot episode.
Daryl Dixon trudges through walker territory in a look at next week's episode, "Always Accountable."
Arthur Suydam reveals more about the TV adaptation of the George Romero comic; Stephen Amell drops a hint about a future fight and more.
In the only slow episode so far this season, the fate of Glenn hangs in the balance and the Alexandrians hem and haw about survival.
Reedus also cautioned fans "to pay attention to everything" in "The Walking Dead" while discussing the show and Glenn's fate.
Earlier speculation suggested that "Deadwood" veteran Garret Dillahunt may have been cast as Negan, but he's stated he's only hoping for the part.
Zombies and time-traveling heroes combined to give the cable network a strong one-two earnings punch.
CBR has the first look at AMC's "Into the Badlands" digital comic book prequel, from the writers of the martial arts show and artist Steve Ellis.
The AMC zombie drama's over-sized episode held its own against major competition on Sunday night.
The cast of AMC's post-apocalyptic martial arts drama discuss its unusual setting, their characters and the heavy physical demands.
Amazon's collections of the Vertigo series have been on the move since AMC's trailer arrived online.
Iron Fist and Punisher may have different roles in Marvel's expanding Netflix slate; "Supergirl's" ratings rise thanks to DVR and more.
Things have to change if the residents of Alexandria want to survive the onslaught of the Wolves and other dangers lurking outside the community's walls.
Does this change in the show's opening reflect a major plot development for AMC's zombie drama?
Now that we've finally been given a taste of what to expect when Garth Ennis and Steve DIllon's comic comes to television, what did you think?
The first trailer for "Preacher," starring Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, debuted during Sunday night's 90-minute episode of "The Walking Dead."
Dominic Cooper appears as Jesse Custer in a 12-second tease for the "Preacher" trailer, set to debut during this Sunday's new "Walking Dead" episode.
"The Walking Dead" isn't going anywhere anytime soon: AMC has renewed the massively popular comic book adaptation for a seventh season.
Debuting in 2016, the six-episode "Ride With Norman Reedus" will explore motorcycle culture and history.
"The Talking Dead," which follows immediately after and rehashes the events with actors and producers, saw an even more dramatic ratings increase.
This year's CW superhero crossover will kick off "Legends of Tomorrow"; Cara Delevingne talks up her dual role and more.
Executive producers Scott M.Gimple and David Alpert discussed the possible death of a fan-favorite character, Rick's hand and more.
This scene from next week's episode, "Here's Not Here," finds Morgan waging a one-man war against the undead.
The stars of "Suicide Squad" sound off on their characters; magazine scans show off the cast of the DC villain movie and more.
Check out a special video montage of the fan-favorite character's greatest -- and goriest -- moments.
Tonight's episode of "The Walking Dead" may have changed things in a big way for the show, and Scott M. Gimple shared insight on the situation.
Ineptitude proves to be a worse enemy than zombies on tonight's "Walking Dead," which appeared to have major consequences for a main character.
The "Preacher" trailer will debut on November 1st during during a 90-minute episode of "The Walking Dead."
Tom Holland talks about his lack of Spider-Man agility on the Marvel movie set; Luke Cage may meet Rob Morgan's Turk Barrett and more.
Does this peek at next week's episode hint at troubled times ahead for Andrew Lincoln's character?
"Edge of Tomorrow" director Doug Liman is rumored to be in the running for "Gambit"; Anthony Mackie bonded with Paul Rudd on set and more.
When the Wolves invade the domestic bliss of Alexandria on "JSS," the second episode of season six, there's little time for conversation.
After scoring the highest-rated first season on cable TV since 2005, the "Walking Dead" spinoff ships off for its second season.
Combined with Live+3, the season premiere for "The Walking Dead" season six topped off at 19.5 million viewers and held its spot as the #1 show on TV.
In an exclusive new clip from the fifth season premiere of AMC's "Comic Book Men," the gang talk what time periods they'd like to visit.
The "Walking Dead" season six premiere didn't reach quite the audience of last season's premiere, but it still attracted 14.6 million viewers.
Andrew Lincoln also reveals that he punched a hole in a wall right before filming the pivotal scene from the "Walking Dead" premiere.
Conflicting rumors call "Inhumans'" role in the MCU into question; Meg LeFauve talks the difficulties of writing Carol Danvers and more.
"The Walking Dead" executive producer Greg Nicotero, who directed Sunday night's season six premiere, talks going black and white for flashbacks.
Even as Alexandria remains calm, there's still plenty of tension surrounding the increasing coldness of Rick Grimes.