Survivors deal with the aftermath of the zombie attack on the camp and eventually hit the road. Oh, and readers might be a little thrown off by a new twist…
The third teaser trailer for HBO’s “Game of Thrones” premiered last night on HBO. Based on the books George R.R. Martin, the fantasy series will most likely fulfill every dork’s wet dream (at least until The Hobbit hits theaters).
So many awesome taglines, yet I’m still not interested.
You might recognize Dreama Walker from “Gossip Girl,” which means you watch “Gossip Girl.” It’s all good though, we understand. Okay, no we don’t.
A former stage actress, ballerina, and one-time resident of the Czech Republic, Winter Ave Zoli is best known these days as the hard-headed porn star sweetheart of bearded biker outlaw Opie Winston on FX’s leading series "Sons of Anarchy." And if you have a hard time picturing this tousle-haired beauty as the type who’d get down on camera for a quick couple hundred, it’s all the better; the contrast between Zoli’s disarming look of wide-eyed innocence and the seedy lifestyle played out by her on-screen alter ego is exactly what makes her character a thrilling fixture in the series.
A word from Winter: "Lyla and Opie are drawn to each other because they both have this sort of sweet sadness."
More pics of Winter after the jump…
Stoners, get ready to be happy. Adult Swim has picked up 12 episodes of “NTSF:SD:SUV” or National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle.”
CBS has a huge hit on their hands with the series adaptation of Twitter sensation “$#*! My Dad Says,” so it makes sense they’d want to stick their fingers in more sticky Internet pies. Enter Antoine Dodson.
There are very few reasons for a man to watch “90210.” Jessica Lowndes is one of them. Another is to get tips on how not to raise your kids, but you can look into that one on your own time. Hint: Stay the hell out of Beverly Hills.
This past weekend, “Saturday Night Live” put together a funny parody commercial for Black Friday sales at a Walmart-esque retail store. Sadly, it’s not far from the truth. Except for the coked up rooster. I have yet to see one of those dodging the ravenous crowds.
In MTV’s remake of the UK cult hit “Skins,” teens smoke pot, drink booze, take pills, and lie to their parents. This new spot nicely demonstrates those vices with a groovy track from Sleigh Bells adding to the reverse debauchery.
Although the TBS comedy series “Glory Daze” has already set the record for highest number of outdated college stereotypes employed in a single hour of television, shows like this tend to glaze over their inward mediocrity with outward displays of mind-blowing female awesomeness.
Episode 4, in which Rick and Co. search Atlanta for “Stumpy” Merle, get their guns, lose Glenn, make new friends, get Glenn back, and then return to a zombie swarm eating its way through the camp.
When “Lost” was winding down, I had two big questions. Where the hell is Walt, and what embarrassing roles will Jorge Garcia have to play going forward? Hopefully, he won’t have to at all because there’s news this morning that he’s re-teaming with J.J. Abrams.
Remember the classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Christmas special with the herky-jerky animation? If you don’t, you’re a communist. Even so, you might appreciate that “Community” is planning a similar stop-motion animation holiday spoof.
Alec Baldwin can’t get enough of Wegman’s homecooked $6 meals. This awkward commercial proves it. How much did they have to pay Baldwin to agree to this awful campaign? It had to be upwards of 10,000 homecooked $6 meals.
Bad news for people who like bad television. CBS has canceled Patricia Arquette’s supernatural thriller, “Medium.”
A side-by-side comparison of hood slides by two television characters portrayed by William Shatner. 28 years later and he’s still got the moves.
Director Gore Verbinski and writer Terry Rossio are turning the crime procedurial on its ass. They’re putting a supernatural twist on the cop/legal drama, setting up “Magical Law” at Fox. The title makes me think more of wizards than ghosts, not that that would be any less ridiculous.
As the latest actress to join the cast of ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” Sarah Drew is officially the show’s rookie pretend doctor.
In order to avoid waking mother, most viewers will be watching with the audio off. This makes it difficult to say whether they will notice the ‘couple friendly’ intent of the programs. After all, these are the same people who haven’t yet noticed that boobies are free on the Internet.
Apparently Emma Bell jives well with horror. Currently portraying a survivor of the zombie apocalypse in AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” Bell will take on the role of Death’s leading female target in the fifth installment of the Final Destination series next year.
Guillermo del Toro is attaching himself to another project instead of actually shooting another project. This time the director is teaming up with “Battlestar Galactica” executive producer David Eick to create a new TV series version of “The Hulk” for ABC and Marvel.
NBC has been running this new promo for their mid-season series “The Cape” in anticipation of its January 9th premiere. It looks fun in a goofy kinda way. Like Darkman without the crazy parts or compound fractures.
Here we have an early look at MTV’s “Teen Wolf” series, and it looks pretty good. By that, I mean it doesn’t look too much like Twilight. And there are crossbows.
Welcome to the mobile edition of the weekly “Walking Dead” post. Why mobile? Because I’m sitting in an airport writing on my phone, watching on my iPad. Hence, no pics and probably plenty of typos (which my editor had better had fixed).
If you follow the weekly procedural escapades of Fox’s “Bones” you know Michaela Conlin best as Angela Montenegro, a forensics-minded sometimes-bohemian party child and the titular character’s closest confidant.
Fox is developing a sitcom based off Weekly World News. No word yet when they plan to abruptly cancel it.
In the latest Muppet movie, one name stands out like a brown stain on an otherwise clean pair of tighty whities: Lady Gaga.
Until she scored a leading role on Fox’s lady-centric detective series “Bones,” Tamara Taylor’s acting career was, for the most part, a collection of guest shots and short appearances dating back to her television debut in 1991.