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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "Conquer," the season-five finale of AMC's The Walking Dead.] The Ricktatorship is back. AMC's The Walking Dead wrapped its fifth season in somewhat lackluster fashion with the expected return of a fan favorite and two character deaths that set the stage for a new world order within the walls of Alexandria. Sunday's finale also formally introduced a new human threat in the form of the Wolves, a so-called group whose booby trap nearly claimed the lives of Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Aaron (Ross Marquand). The duo cheated death, however, when Morgan
- Lesley Goldberg
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "Conquer," the season-five finale of AMC's The Walking Dead.] AMC's The Walking Dead closed the book on season five with a 90-minute episode that kicked off a new era at Alexandria as a fan favorite made his triumphant return. Sunday's finale also formally introduced the Wolves, the potential new villain of the previously announced sixth season who, via a trap, nearly claimed Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Aaron's (Ross Marquand) lives. The duo cheated death, however, when Morgan (Lennie James) saved the day — with the trio officially arriving in Alexandria to
- Lesley Goldberg
The Walking Dead finished its fifth season with a bang — literally! While there was plenty of fretting from fans that this episode could be the end of beloved Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), it was Pete Anderson (Corey Brill) who was at the receiving end of a Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) bullet. There were plenty of pivotal moments throughout "Conquer," but here are the ones everyone will be talking about until the show returns to AMC for season 6. Welcome Back (Again) Morgan "Conquer" opened with Morgan Jones [...] »
Thank Lori’s ghost for The Talking Dead. The empty void between the season 5 finale of The Walking Dead and the way-too-far-off premiere of season 6 would be so much more tortuous if fans were left to deal with the aftermath on their own. Instead, Norman Reedus (Daryl), Melissa McBride (Carol), and very special guest Lennie James (Morgan) sat down with Chris Hardwick on The Talking Dead to discuss what, exactly, just happened, and what fans can expect when Twd returns to AMC for season 6. After the [...] »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "Conquer," the season-five finale of AMC's The Walking Dead.] AMC's The Walking Dead closed out its fifth season Sunday with a 90-minute episode that nearly featured the deaths of two beloved series regulars — Steven Yeun's Glenn and Norman Reedus' Daryl — while also seeing the return of another fan favorite. Read more 'Walking Dead' Ends Season With Bloodshed, Long-Awaited Return, New Threat While searching for survivors to help bolster the ranks at Alexandria, Daryl and Aaron (Ross Marquand) run into a trap set by a group known as the
- Lesley Goldberg
After living outside and on the edge for so long, fitting in in Alexandria has been difficult for the group on "The Walking Dead."
They have all faced struggles adjusting to life in Alexandria, but things seemed to take a turn for the positive for Norman Reedus' Daryl Dixon when Aaron (Ross Marquand) asked him to be the other recruiter.
"I have to say, the scene with he and I in the garage when he tells me he wants me to start going on missions ...
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It’s getting real on “The Walking Dead.” There are so many questions left to be answered and only one 90-minute episode to go before the season ends.
Why did Michonne (Danai Gurira) coldcock Rick (Andrew Lincoln) mid-rant in front of their friends and half the town of Alexandria? Will Alexandria leader Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) decide to exile Rick’s entire crew after Rick’s rant and that ominous warning she received from Gabriel (Seth Gilliam)? Isn’t Maggie (Lauren Cohan) going to tell anyone what Gabriel said? Will Carol (Melissa McBride) kill Jessie’s (Alexandra Breckenridge) abusive husband Pete (Corey Brill) herself, after Rick simply beat him senseless? What happens to Glenn (Steven Yeun) after witnessing the death of Noah (Tyler James Williams)? Just who — or what — are Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Aaron (Ross Marquand) tracking? And where the hell is Morgan (Lennie James)?
Yes, there’s a lot »
- Geoff Berkshire
According to a local real estate website, Curbed Atlanta, The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus may be selling his Atlanta-area home, and it’s making some fans worried about the fate of Reedus’s beloved character, Daryl Dixon, on the hit AMC series. The fact that Reedus appears to be moving from the Atlanta area, along with reports that he’ll be The Walking Dead cast member featured on Sunday’s Talking Dead, has many people wondering if Daryl will be the latest character to die in the show’s Season 5 finale. However, one rumor, also discussed in the Curbed Atlanta article, disputes that theory, as it is believed that Reedus is selling his current home to move somewhere more remote, a place that he can have a bit more privacy, but one that’s still in the general area around Atlanta. Another piece of information that supports this idea »
- Chris King
The Walking Dead Season 5 comes to it's explosive conclusion this Sunday, March 29, as Rick faces being thrown out of Alexandria. While it's sure to bring exciting thrills and scares in its extended 90-minute running time, that might not be the most exciting part of your upcoming Sunday evening. After this game-changing episode brings everything to a close, the first Fear the Walking Dead trailer will air during Talking Dead, immediately following the episode titled Conquer.
AMC has already announced that it has picked up two seasons of The Walking Dead companion series Fear the Walking Dead. The first look will air shortly after 10:30pm Est, so you better be sure to set your DVRs for Talking Dead if you're one of the few who skip this talk show. Fear the Walking Dead stars Kim Dickens as Miranda and Cliff Curtis as Sean, two co-workers at a Los Angeles school »
The Walking Dead season 5 is hitting on all cylinders: surprising deaths, action, high-quality gore, and great drama...
This review contains spoilers.
It didn't take very long for the cracks in Alexandria's facade to become achingly apparent to the worldly survivors from Atlanta, Georgia (and surrounding areas). From the very beginning, The Walking Dead has been cultivating a showdown between two vastly different styles of leadership and two vastly different leaders. Part of that seemed deliberate on Deanna's part—she needs people who know how to actually survive this new world, and her group isn't it—and part of it seems like she's in way over her head because she thought she could control the raving animal that is the Ricktatorship.
People make strange decisions when they're under significant stress. Deanna has a lot on her plate, from Gabriel coming to her last week to rant and rave about Satan »
AMC has released a clip and a promo for this week's Season 5 finale of The Walking Dead, entitled "Conquer", airing Sunday, March 29 at 9 Pm Et on AMC. We reported last month that the finale will be an extended 90-minute episode. After the events of last night's "Try", the big question on everyone's minds is whether or not Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) will expel Rick (Andrew Lincoln) after his deranged outburst in front of several Alexandrians.
The clip features Maggie (Lauren Cohan) trying to talk Deanna out of exiling Rick from her community, explaining how their group has lost so much more than Deanna and her people. The second video, a 30-second promo, teases part of the Alexandria town meeting where they have all gathered to discuss Rick Grimes' actions. We also hear Rick laying out his plan to kill the Alexandrians, while the video teases some trouble that Daryl (Norman Reedus »
*Updated 3/22 with new events and guests* There are dozens of horror and comic events every year, and that gives fans plenty of opportunities to meet Robert Kirkman or one of the many cast members from The Walking Dead. Although it's a bit early for some of the bigger conventions to announce their full guest list, we put together an initial list of stops so you can start making your travel plans.
New to the The Walking Dead convention circuit in 2015 are Tyler James Williams, Alexandra Breckenridge, and Seth Gilliam, along with some of the other new cast members we've seen in Season 5. If you're looking to catch most of The Walking Dead cast together at once, your best chance will be at the San Diego Comic-Con in July and the New York Comic Con in October. Those looking to meet Norman Reedus will have plenty of opportunities, as he is »
- Jonathan James
The reason why Norman Reedus' Darly Dixon is The Walking Dead's biggest character? He can work that dirt, according to his costar Josh McDermitt. McDermitt, Eugene on the popular AMC zombie apocalypse series, revealed the secrets to the dirtying process. Spoiler: they do shower and don't stink…right away at least. "I'm a really pale guy and then I'm in shorts, so they bronze me up. This whole process with my hair and makeup takes about an hour. I go a whole hell of a lot longer than anyone else in the cast except maybe Norman because...he's constantly running back saying, 'More dirt, more dirt!' They're like, 'You're already filthy.' He's like, 'I need »
More was left behind at the prison in the Season 3 finale of The Walking Dead than a home that Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus) and the rest of their group spent many months fortifying and nurturing. A sense of security and safety was lost for all, but for Daryl Dixon, a piece of his persona was sadly and necessarily abandoned within the collapsed prison fences.
You rarely saw Daryl on the move in Seasons 1, 2 or 3 without his signature motorcycle identified by a pair of lightning bolts on its engine cover. That bike never made it out of the prison after the Governor's final attack and Daryl was forced to spend the next 1.5 seasons on foot.
One of the many perks of the Alexandria safe zone in The Walking Dead Season 5 are pieces of the old world preserved behind reinforced steel walls. Though Daryl was slow to trust the Alexandria lifestyle or its denizens, »
Though your mind still might be stuck in the walker-pinned revolving door of devastation from "Spend", last night's heart-wrenching, visceral, and ultimately haunting Jennifer Lynch-directed episode of AMC's The Walking Dead, it's already time to look ahead to the next installment of the season, "Try." New photos and preview videos tease the growing turmoil within Alexandria's walls and the group's continued trips outside its perimeter, while Norman Reedus takes Daryl's custom-made motorcycle for a test drive in a behind-the-scenes video.
"Episode 5.15: Try - When life within the walls begins to mimic life outside, the group realizes that sheltered life may not be possible. Will these setbacks break Rick?"
Directed by Michael E. Satrazemis, "Try" airs next Sunday, March 22nd, at 9:00pm Est on AMC.
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- Derek Anderson
With just two more episodes left in Season 5 of The Walking Dead, AMC has released a trailer and a clip from next week's "Try", airing Sunday, March 22 at 9 Pm Et on AMC. The trailer shows that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) has come to the conclusion that Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) and the Alexandria leadership cannot be trusted. We also see Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) taking aim at an Alexandria resident from her perch in the guard tower, which fittingly leads us into the new clip.
The clip shows Michonne (Danai Gurira) trying to come to grips with their new home, examining some of her new clothes, when Rosita (Christian Serratos) enters and tells Michonne that Sasha hasn't come down from the guard tower. Both this clip and the trailer tease that Sasha may have snapped, firing shots at some of the locals. Of course, this comes on the heels of last night's episode »
Just when you think you've become desensitized to the death and gore on The Walking Dead, something new and even more devastating comes along to remind you how much you've grown to care about these misfit toys. Major spoilers for "Spend" are below.Let's just get it out of the way: Noah (Tyler James Williams) died on this week's episode of Twd, and it was an awful, needless waste. The people of Alexandria got him killed, and Glenn (Steven Yeun) is not going to forget it. Also, Eugene (Josh McDermitt) discovered that he has the capacity for courage where Father »
- Amanda Michelle Steiner, @amandamichl
Just when you think you've become desensitized to the death and gore in The Walking Dead, something new and even more devastating comes along to remind you how much you've grown to care about these misfit toys. Major spoilers for "Spend" are below.Let's just get it out of the way: Noah (Tyler James Williams) died on this week's episode of Twd, and it was an awful, needless waste. The people of Alexandria got him killed, and Glenn (Steven Yeun) is not going to forget it. Also, Eugene (Josh McDermitt) discovered that he has the capacity for courage where Father »
- Amanda Michelle Steiner, @amandamichl
Want to get up close and personal with the Walking Dead cast? Donate to the Kickstarter for Twd producer Gale Anne Hurd's new documentary, Mankiller, and you could be schmoozing with Norman Reedus (Daryl) at a convention, shooting guns with Michael Rooker (Merle) on a range, or eating milk and cookies with Melissa McBride (Carol) in Los Angeles. Photos: The Walking Dead stars before they were famous Hurd is working with director Valerie Red-Horse to produce a documentary about Wilma Mankiller, the first woman elected Principal Chief of [...] »
With countless deaths, mutilations and decapitations, "The Walking Dead" may be one of the bloodiest shows in TV history. But which deaths shocked you the most? Scroll down to the very bottom of this post to see the 14 most shocking deaths of all time in Gold Derby's new photo gallery. Warning: Spoilers! -Break- Editors' Emmys slugfest: Dissecting all those crazy new rule changes (Video) There are just a few weeks left in our "Walking Dead" prediction contest. Have fun predicting which main characters will die next, which recurring characters will die next, how many zombies will be obliterated and so much more. Top score wins a $100 Amazon gift certificate. Get started by making your prediction as to which of the remaining "Walking Dead" main characters will die next using our easy drag-and-drop menu below our Q&A with Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon). And be sure to sound off on the current season in Gold Derby'. »
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