If you click, I promise you’ll get the new title.
It will be it’s own thing but the same but different.
Ok, so it’s not really a “prequel” but that sounds better than “companion series.”
Smartest thing I’ve heard all day…
That’s probably not a huge surprise, but promising nonetheless.
Spinoff, sister series, “companion” series…whatever.
It’s about a zombie just trying to make ends meet while shopping a screenplay.
No surprise here. AMC will continue to keep zombies in our lives.
Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively.
This goes from upsetting to very upsetting when learning kids were scared by the fake zombies.
The show will have taken place long enough for three Zombie Olympics to have occurred.
They should just renew it for the next ten years at once so I don’t have to keep writing these annual articles.
Little else is known, except there will be zombies.
Does anyone want to get in my study group?
Turns out things about zombies are pretty popular.
February 10th. It’s back on.
An eye for an eye.
‘Night of the Living Walking Dead’
Just imagine what he’d turn down in favor of ‘Game of Thrones’.
All the clues are there.
Set down the police procedurals and stop self-diagnosing with those medical dramas in favor of side stepping into the land of imagination with the five best fantasy shows on TV….
Or go get drunk and kiss people. Choice is yours.
These 5 AMC shows are, simply put, five of the best hours of television on any network on any night. From '60s ad execs to southern zombie killers, these shows…
I see what they did there.
They refuse to give us more than six episodes at a time. They get off on withholding…
We want “great, not good,” but season one gave us “good, not great.”
The producer of “The Walking Dead” apparently loves it when groups of people band together and take a stand against things.
AMC told the director of The Shawshank Redemption that it's okay to make his show about zombies! Yippee! Last August we reported that Frank Darabont sold a pitch to adapt the graphic novel The Walking Dead for the small screen, and now after writing the script he's gotten the go-ahead to direct the pilot. That doesn't mean it will necessarily become a series, but if you consider the fact that Darabont will most likely make a kick-ass pilot there's a pretty good chance we'll get to witness at least one full season.The story follows a group of people, led by a small-town Kentucky Police Officer named Rick Grimes, trying to survive in a world overrun by zombies. But unlike most zombie films, the books are more character centric.It's good they decided to focus on the people who aren't rotting. A series about folks bumping into each other and eating brains would get awfully tedious and most likely cancelled after one episode. (THR)