AMC has released 35 new stills from the first three episodes of The Walking Dead‘s upcoming season, offering more glimpses of the key settings of the Prison and Woodbury. Season 3 debuts Oct. 14.
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AMC will launch a new Walking Dead web series Oct. 1 that follows a young man trying to reach his sister in the early days of the zombie apocalypse. Co-executive producer Greg Nicotero will direct the four mini-episodes.
With exactly a month until the Oct. 14 premiere, AMC has released a new 30-second trailer and a half-dozen more images for Season 3 of the hit drama.
Comic creator and Executive Producer Robert Kirkman leads a tour of the set of the Prison, one of the primary settings of the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead. The drama returns to AMC Oct. 14.
The new production stills for The Walking Dead provide new looks at The Governor, Michonne and the returning cast in the upcoming third season of the hit AMC drama.
Rick Grimes finds something terrifying in a new teaser for The Walking Dead, which returns to AMC Oct. 14 for its 16-episode third season.
Rumor has it that another major character in AMC’s hit drama The Walking Dead is going to be killed off this season, so we try to figure out who it could be.
The Walking Dead has cast Rubicon actor Dallas Roberts as a brand-new character introduced in the third season of the AMC drama. He’ll play a resident of Woodbury who assists the Governor.
Adi Shankar, whose production company has co-financed such films as The Grey, Killing Them Softly and Dredd 3D, has picked up the rights to Rob Liefeld’s Bloodstrike.
Two new images have surfaced from the upcoming third season of AMC’s The Walking Dead depicting some of the undead inmates Rick & Co. will encounter at their new safe haven, the West Georgia Correctional Facility.
AMC has released the new cast banner for the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead. The hit drama returns Oct. 14 with the first of 16 new episodes.
Peter Panzerfaust, the Image Comics series that reimagines Peter Pan and his Lost Boys as resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied France, is being developed as a fully voiced motion comic that could pave the way for a BBC television pilot.