The show has always been post-apocalyptic, technically, but now it really feels like it is.
It’s pretty much what you think it will be. In a good way.
He wants a slice of that sweet ‘Talking Dead’ pie.
This is just the sort of thing that Gale would have loved. *sobs*
My guess is it has something to do with zombies.
I dare someone to say that foodie culture should be taken seriously. I f*ckin’ dare someone.
Ok! Ok! I’ll fear them. FINE.
Western + Elmore Leonard + AMC = Likely awesomeness.
Because everyone’s a little more human in L.A.
Why would they change things up now?
Lifetime and Spike TV remain in play.
Because that’s happening nation-wide on April 29th.
Something bad’s gotta happen, right?
He could just be saying that, but we like reporting ‘Saul’ news, so here ya go…
If you click, I promise you’ll get the new title.
Ok, so it’s not really a “prequel” but that sounds better than “companion series.”
They can use that time to kill off Glenn and Carl, then we can watch Rick’s beard grow a little longer.
That’s probably not a huge surprise, but promising nonetheless.
Saul’s always been kind of a cartoon character, so this makes sense.
But they’ll have to walk to get there.
Spinoff, sister series, “companion” series…whatever.
This likely won’t dissuade the next assholes from making an idle threat and getting their way.
Finally, an excuse to go into a dark air-conditioned room and sit.
It sounds pretty damn cool.
The show premieres on Sunday, February 8th, and another episode airs the next night.
The title is a colorful way of saying that ‘The Walking Dead’ premiere was the highest-rated cable episode ever.
No surprise here. AMC will continue to keep zombies in our lives.
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Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively.