As AMC schedules a Feb. 9 return date for the second half of The Walking Dead‘s fourth season, creator Robert Kirkman and star Andrew Lincoln tease a bold new direction.
Where has The Governor been in Season 4 of The Walking Dead? Robert Kirkman says the hit drama had to give the character a break, but when he returns it will be “a really big, memorable moment.”
Robert Kirkman says the new season of The Walking Dead will feature a “number of scenes that are adapted directly from the comic series.”
To mark the start of production this week in Atlanta, AMC has debuted the first image from the upcoming fourth-season premiere of The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara discusses the inevitable showdown between the Governor and Rick, the development of Daryl and Michonne, and the introduction of a “major character” from the comic series.
AMC has released a new promo for the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead that teases what’s in store for Rick and the other survivors as they inch closer to war with Woodbury. The hit drama returns Sunday, Feb. 10.
When The Walking Dead returns to AMC on Feb. 10, it’s going to be “an eye for an eye” between Rick Grimes and The Governor.
A trailer or 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.
AMC will move closer to the source material in February when it reruns the first two seasons of The Walking Dead in black and white. Previously, the network aired a monochrome version of the show’s pilot.
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 episode airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.
After killing off legions of characters in The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman will get his just desserts on the Nov. 18 episode of Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken.