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.
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AMC has released the first clip from Sunday’s Season 3 premiere of The Walking Dead, featuring Rick and the other survivors determined after weeks on the road to find “some place to hold up for a few weeks.”
A new minute-long trailer for the third season of The Walking Dead suggests Rick and the other survivors have been on the road for some time following their escape from the Greene farm in the Season 2 finale.
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.
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.
AMC has released the official Comic-Con International poster for The Walking Dead that touts the hit drama’s convention presence while revealing new images of Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Danai Gurira as Michonne and David Morrissey as The Governor.
AMC announced this morning that it has already renewed The Walking Dead for a third season.
The actor, best known as probie firefighter Damien Keefe on FX’s Rescue Me, will play a new character who doesn’t appear in the acclaimed horror comic by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard.
A poster has debuted featuring Andrew Lincoln running toward Hershel’s farm, the central setting for much of the second season of the AMC drama. The Walking Dead returns with a 90-minute premiere on Oct. 16.
Comic artist Tony Moore, co-creator of The Walking Dead, has created a suitably gory poster for the horror-comedy Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil.
AMC is trumpeting a super-sized season premiere for The Walking Dead, and slipping in that the 13-episode run will broken up into two parts.
AMC has unveiled four new tension-filled teasers for the second season of The Walking Dead, which premieres Oct. 16.