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A show with great ratings, The Walking Dead's large audience grew last season so there's essentially no chance that this AMC series will be cancelled for quite awhile. How soon will it be renewed for a seventh season? Stay tuned.
On The Walking Dead, a group of humans struggle to survive and adapt to a world that's filled with zombies. This season, the large cast includes Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lennie James, Chandler Riggs, Melissa McBride, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Sonequa Martin-Green, Michael Cudlitz, Alanna Masterson, Christian Serratos, Josh McDermitt, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Tovah Feldshuh, Alexandria Breckenridge, and Austin Nichols. Which actors will be around for season seven?
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Ahead of their respective December 1st home media releases from Anchor Bay Entertainment, we've been provided with one The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season Limited Edition Blu-ray and two Fear The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season Blu-rays to give away.
Prize Details: (1) Grand Prize Winner will receive (1) copy of The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season Limited Edition Blu-ray and (1) Blu-ray copy of Fear The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season.
(1) Runner-Up Winner will receive (1) Blu-ray copy of Fear The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season.
How to Enter: For a chance to win, email email@example.com with the subject “The Walking Dead Blu-ray Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.
Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on November 30th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or »
- Derek Anderson
Problem after problem keep piling up for Rick Grimes and the gang in The Walking Dead season 6, and it's making for great TV...
This review contains spoilers.
6.7 Heads Up
At the time, I was critical of the placement of the super-sized Morgan episode Here's Not Here. It was in the very middle of the first half of season six, splitting up what was one of the show's three best back-to-back-to-back episodes with a flashback side-quest concerning a secondary character and some folks we would never get to see again. It was a great episode, but it came in the middle of some very tense stuff. Rick was stranded in an Rv surrounded by walkers, The wolves had been beaten back by the Alexandrians but could be regrouping, and Schrodinger's Glenn was stuck in the middle of a ravenous horde, with show staff unwilling to either admit he »
[[tmz:video id="0_4nh2qnvt"]] Norman Reedus did not say for sure if Glen on "Walking Dead" is toast, but he sure hinted it was so. We got Norman at Lax Saturday and our photog initially knew better than to ask straight up if Glen was dead. Instead he asked if Glen was like Jon Snow, who could actually still be alive in some form on "Game of Thrones." Norman gives an interesting answer, and then our photog can't help »
- TMZ Staff
Oli Davis reviews The Walking Dead Season Six, Episode 6…
Directed by Jeffrey F. January.
Written by Heather Bellson.
Even Daryl can’t escape bad writing.
‘Always Accountable’ is a brave title; the sort of naming that invites reviewers’ puns. ‘If Only The Writers’ Room Was Just As Accountable’. ‘Always Accountable – Be Careful What You Wish For!’ Those types of headlines are almost as on the nose as The Walking Dead’s metaphors. At least it wasn’t as bad as last week. Episode 5 struck the strange balance of considerable plot and character development (Rick and Jessie’s first kiss, Deanna’s son turning heel, Maggie revealing her pregnancy) while staying incredibly dull (the Alexandria Amateur Theatre monologue hour). Episode 6 accomplishes the opposite feat – being mildly exciting, but achieving not much of note. We open on Daryl (Norman Reedus), Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) still leading the zombie horde away from Alexandria. »
- Oli Davis
The end of an era is upon us. Shortly after shuttering its Master Control operations department in Los Angeles, E! has now canceled their longest running program. The Soup, a comedy series that skewers pop culture, is going to air its series finale on December 18th. This will bring the show to a close after spending 22 years on the air.
Current host Joel McHale will help celebrate the legacy he is leaving behind when the finale episode airs the same day that Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives in theaters. The long-standing cable staple was first launched on E! in 1991, but it was originally called Talk Soup. This early iteration of the program focused solely on clips from the various talk shows airing at that time. When it was revamped as The Soup in 2004, the show expanded its reach to all pop culture programing and also focused on viral »
After 22 seasons, E! is ending “The Soup,” the cable network announced Wednesday. The final episode will air on Dec. 18, serving as the series finale.
Hosted by Joel McHale for 12 years, the pop culture comedy series has been a staple on E! for more than two decades.
“We are incredibly proud of the long-running success of ‘The Soup,” said Jeff Olde, exec vice president of programming and development for E! “‘The Soup’ has delivered countless laughs and unforgettable episodes, and we are grateful to the talented team’s fearless wit and clever approach week after week. Joel took the show to new heights for more than a decade, and his irreverent humor and unique brand of comedy as captured so perfectly on ‘The Soup’ will be missed.”
“I loved doing ‘The Soup’ for all of these years — 86 to be exact — but am excited to solely focus on my acting career now, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
AMC’s Into the Badlands took a sword to the competition Sunday night.
Buoyed by its monster Walking Dead lead-in, the martial arts drama attracted 6.4 million viewers and a 3.2 demo rating, edging out NBC’s Blindspot and CBS’ Supergirl (which both bowed to a 3.1) as the fall’s top-rated freshman debut (broadcast or cable).
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Badlands fell short of two other recent AMC launches — Fear the Walking Dead debuted this summer to 10 million viewers and a 4.9 rating, while Better Call Saul opened to 6.9 mil and a 3.4 in February, »
Season Five of The Walking Dead hit shelves this past August 25th, and like every previous year of the show, the fine folks at Anchor Bay are geared up and ready to release a collectible edition of the hit AMC show in time for the Christmas holidays. While season two had the “Screwdriver Walker Head”, Season three had the “Governor’s Walker Head Tank” and season four had the “Tree Walker” set, season five’s collectible editions features an incredible hand detailed “Asphalt Walker”, based on an original walker design by Knb’s award-winning makeup supervisor and executive producer of the show, Greg Nicotero.
To give you fright fanatics a taste of what’s coming in not only the Limited Edition Season Five set hitting shelves on December 1st, but also Season One of the spin-off show, Fear The Walking Dead (Season One hits stores on the same day), we »
- Jerry Smith
With the midseason finale of The Walking Dead just two weeks away, AMC has released a new clip and photos from next week's episode, Head's Up, airing Sunday, November 22 at 9 Pm Et. The clip features Rick (Andrew Lincoln) examining the wall that surrounds Alexandria, when he spots blood trickling in from a small hole. Rick also has a brief encounter with Morgan, saying that they need to talk soon, as Morgan practices his martial arts moves. Could this small hole in the Alexandria wall tease that it may be coming down soon? Be warned, there will be Spoilers about last night's episode, so read on at your own risk.
Last night's The Walking Dead episode, Always Accountable, featured Daryl (Norman Reedus) lost in the woods on his own, when he comes across two young females, before their male companion knocks him out from behind. Always Accountable shows one of the »
AMC’s Emmy-nominated Breaking Bad prequel series, Better Call Saul, will open Season 2 on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, at 10/9c.
RelatedPreacher Ordered to Series at AMC
Season 1 saw Emmy nominee Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy McGill stumble upon a large class-action lawsuit, which led to a promising job opportunity at a large firm. Having arrived at a fork in the road, will Jimmy take the straight-and-narrow path with a safe corporate job… or will he fall back into his “Slippin’ Jimmy” con artist ways?
“Jimmy McGill’s journey takes surprising, »
(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you are not caught up on this season of “The Walking Dead”) Sorry, “Walking Dead” fans, but Norman Reedus has more bad news about Glenn — you still haven’t heard from him. Fans were hopeful that a voice heard on the other end of a radio during Sunday’s episode belonged to Steven Yeun‘s character who fell into a horde of zombies a few weeks ago, and hasn’t been heard from since. “I will say that voice is not Glenn,” Reedus told Entertainment Weekly when asked about the cliffhanger ending. “It’s not Glenn. »
- Joe Otterson
The Walking Dead “Always Accountable,” still set on the day Rick (Andrew Lincoln) tried to organize a mission to get a horde of zombies far away from Alexandria, focused on Daryl, Sasha and Abraham’s journey back to the community. The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 6 Recap Twenty miles out from Alexandria, Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha […]
- Chelsea Regan
One word ignited The Walking Dead fandom last night when a simple "help" was heard over the walkie talkie as Daryl (Norman Reedus), Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) raced back to Alexandria after an ambush. Could it be? Is it Glenn (Steven Yeun) signaling he has really survived and AMC can stop pretending like the character is dead? Nope. "Not Glenn. The only thing I'll say is that it's not Glenn," Reedus told Yahoo TV. Welp. Reedus told The Hollywood Reporter it was somebody from Alexandria. Yeun's name has remained off the credits following his final appearance surrounded by walkers with guts all over him. But were they his guts? These are »
Warning: Spoilers ahead from the Sunday, November 15, 2015 episode of "The Walking Dead."
The very first thing we thought after hearing "Help" on the walkie talkie at the end of last night's "The Walking Dead" Season 6, Episode 6, was that it was Glenn Rhee's (Steven Yeun) voice, alive and ready to be saved. Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham all heard the call, but Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) told Entertainment Weekly, point blank, "I will say that voice is not Glenn."
Well, that sucks. EW said people were wondering if it was Glenn, and you could see Glenn hope all over Twitter and as the majority guess on Talking Dead. Norman repeated, "It's not Glenn. But it's probably somebody at Alexandria with all we know that's happening there." Norman repeated the "It's not Glenn!" line to IGN, but added that we'll find out who is it "pretty quick."
So who is speaking on the walkie? »
- Gina Carbone
Daryl and Abraham are the focus of The Walking Dead season 6, episode 6, which paves the way for a new group of villains...
This review contains spoilers.
6.6 Always Accountable
One of The Walking Dead's biggest strengths is the show's ability to find a character and somehow make that person into a break-out star who becomes popular with the fans beyond all the others. Daryl was pretty much that character, and he has been since the show's second season. Carol was another one, breaking out of her suburban routine and becoming a full-fledged, beloved action hero. Beth went from a suicidal nobody who barely got screen time to someone that fans are still asking about to this very day.
And now, we've got Abraham. He's got a way with words—colourful rather than classy—and a very distinctive flat-top and moustache combination that makes him instantly recognisable. The »
The Walking Dead, Season 6, Episode 6, “Always Accountable”
Written by Heather Bellson
Directed by Jeffrey F. January
Airs Sundays at 9pm (Et) on AMC
“Always Accountable” is a change from the tone of the first half of season six, while continuing to chronicle how Rick’s group are dealing with the feces hitting the fan. Oddly enough, we also get a taste of major events to come in future seasons. It’s a damn fine spoonful of chaos that’s yet to rear its ugly head. There is so much foreshadowing in this episode, it pretty much exists as a sign post of a larger path our characters are about to walk down.
That said, “Always Accountable” is very reminiscent of the season five episode “Consumed,” in which we garnered some insight into two really good characters. We’re in good company, as Norman Reedus is still compelling as the flawed anti-hero Daryl, »
- Felix Vasquez Jr.
Sorry, Walking Dead fans, but your ears deceived you.
At the end of Sunday’s episode, Daryl received an Sos call on his walkie-talkie from someone who sounded a lot like presumed-dead Glenn. Turns out it was just wishful thinking.
“That voice is not Glenn,” Norman Reedus tells EW.com. “It’s probably somebody at Alexandria with all we know that’s happening there.”
Reedus could be playing us, of course.
RelatedWalking Dead Boss Tackles the Big Glenn Mystery, Offers ‘Definitive’ Answer About [Spoiler]
One thing is certain: We won’t be wondering about Glenn’s fate much longer. Exec »
“The Walking Dead” and “The Leftovers” both deal with how humanity copes with the aftermath of an apocalyptic event. Yet this season they share another trait defined more by storytelling approach than by their bleak visions of society.
Where most serialized dramas juggle multiple plots within episodes, each of these series has focused for extended stretches — and in the case of “The Walking Dead,” entire hours — on one or two key players. The result has been, by turns, ambitious, interesting and frustrating, testing the reservoirs of built-up goodwill in both programs.
By that measure, AMC’s smash drama seems far more suited to rely on its audience’s patience, though even with that series, there’s been griping about the herky-jerky nature of this sixth season. The complaints no doubt have something to do with dropping a major plot bomb — the apparent death of one of the few first-season survivors »
- Brian Lowry
A favorite character returns to the spotlight in tonight's episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) gets his first real action after sitting on the sideline -- or atop his bike, actually -- for the entire current season thus far. Find out where to watch The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 606 online live streaming tonight or on Amazon.com afterward, an episode that should otherwise be known as the Daryl hour.
Last week The Walking Dead put on the brakes and took a breather following the big attack on Alexandria. Maggie's struggles with Glenn's apparent demise took center stage as her maturity shone through when it came time to make a logical decision rather than follow her heart.
The episode also brought Aaron to the forefront for the first time this season and allowed him to help guide Maggie through a difficult time. This also included Aaron help »
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