Clara The Zombie Is Back In 'Walking Dead' Season Five Preview

This season promises to be super gross. The cast and crew of The Walking Dead are sweating their nuts off in Atlanta again and couldn't be happier. AMC released this behind-the-scenes preview of season 5 finds them on their first day back for what seems to be an action-packed season. It even looks like Clara the Zombie is back which is an intriguing surprise. Andrew Lincoln says the season opener is "the most ambitious first episode I think we've attempted" while Lauren Cohan adds the premiere is "so disturbing ... some of the stuff they shot yesterday, I don't know if it'll make it to TV." Who knows what she's referring to. We'll just have to use our imaginations. Oh God. OH GOD!! THAT'S GROSS!!

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But they'll have to walk to get there. AMC has previewed this Sunday's return of The Walking Dead by posting the first two minutes of the midseason premiere. Thankfully, they only spend about 7 seconds grieving the recent loss of one of their own, and get right down to business - where are we going to live now? Acting on rumors of a safe area surrounded by a wall and set up with solar power, they decide as a group that they have to check it out. It's a long trip (read: more walking in the woods) and it could cost them everything. If I were them, I would hunker down in one of the several Costco's or shopping malls located along the highway. But that's me. You do you.


'Fear The Walking Dead' Teases Its First Zombie

Unless it isn't. AMC is giving us another little nibble of Fear the Walking Dead. Unlike our first looks that showed us a man running for his life and a kid discussing the legitimacy of bloggers, this new look shows us what might be our first look at a walker. Or else just some drunk guy dressed as Raiden from Mortal Kombat. If it is in fact a walker, this is a really encouraging preview. In all the chatter about the show, nobody ever mentioned zombies wearing funny hats. That adds a whole new level that's been sorely missing from the original series.


'The Walking Dead' Season 5 Trailer Is All Action

Gross! The Walking Dead is back for its fifth season this October and it looks like they've finally got a good budget for blowing zombies up. Don't get me wrong. I've enjoyed the various decapitations, impalings, grinding to sludge beneath tires we've been treated to. It's just nice to see a mushroom cloud of the undead every once in awhile. It also seems like the gang doesn't hang around Terminus for very long which makes it easy to predict who does and doesn't make it out of there alive. Hint: if they're walking down the tracks in bad-ass slow-motion, they've made it out.


'The Walking Dead' Trailer: It's Still About Zombies

Braaaaaiiiiiiiins. If there's one thing guaranteed to appeal to the visitors of Comic Con 2011, it's zombies. And with that in braaaaaaaiiiiiiiiin, AMC has released a trailer for the second season of their surprise hit The Walking Dead. They also announced the premiere date - Sunday, October 16, at 9 P.M. [post-album postid="221362" item="1"]The trailer shows lots of the post-zombie-apocalypse America, including the realization that traffic jams will be a thing of the past once the zombies take over. Maybe this won't be so bad after all... (AOL)


Michonne More Badass Than Expected In 'Walking Dead' Season 3 Preview

I think I'm in love. With The Walking Dead gearing up to blow minds at Comic-Con this week, AMC's Talking Dead invited Drew Carey on for some reason and also provided a special preview of the third season's best new character, Michonne. Last seen saving Andrea while towing around jawless zombie pets in the finale of season two, we now have a more substantial look at Michonne wielding her blade against zombie attackers. It's pretty much the best thing.


'The Walking Dead' Ties One On With 'The Walking Drunk'

Go home zombies. You're drunk. With ratings bordering on outrageously high, The Walking Dead shows no sign of slowing down before awkwardly stumbling backward and lurching forward again onto its face. Unlike these folks that The Wolf of System of a Down creators Marca Blanca cast to play the zombies in their inebriated take on the zombie series, The Walking Drunk. If this makes it to a second or third season, this lady is a shoe-in to play Drunk Michonne.