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The marathon kicks off with the first episode of Season 1, "Days Gone Bye," at 11 a.m. Est and ends with the Season 2 midseason finale, "Pretty Much Dead Already," at midnight.
Based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman, "The Walking Dead" tells the story of a group of survivors trying to navigate their way through a zombie apocalypse. "Love Actually" actor Andrew Lincoln, "Prison Break" veteran Sarah Wayne Callies and "The Boondock Saints" scene-stealer Norman Reedus star in the gory hit drama.
New episodes of "The Walking Dead" return Sun., Feb. 12 at 9 p.m. Est.
Watch: Sneak peek of the next new "The Walking Dead" episode airing in February. »
- Chris Harnick
This is the sixth in a multi-part series, The Year in Television 2011.
Not everyone can be a TV actor Mvp. You have to have charisma, talent, and you need a memorable part that plays to your particular strengths on a well-written show. Also, good lighting helps. This year we surveyed the television landscape to come up with ten people - both male and femaile - who we really thought broke out from the pack and made inordinate contributions to their respective shows. Some are newcomers, others have been acting for years. These are the break out TV actors of 2011 and, speaking of lighting, we'd like to shine a little more on them.
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We salute the best in television for the year 2011. Vote on your selections for Reader’s choice now!
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Stephen Holder – The Killing (AMC) — Joel Kinnamen
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You may be feeling warm and fuzzy with the holiday season, but we’ll knock that right out of you with our polls crowning the biggest movie and TV badasses of the year. Let’s take a look at the movie nominees first:
- Mandi Bierly
Maybe it’s because it’s the holiday season and we’re thinking what a great gift Ron Swanson’s Pyramid of Greatness (see the full-size image) would make, but as 2011 comes to a close, we find ourselves reminiscing about the best props seen on TV. We’ll start the list. Please, add your picks. Remember: The objects don’t have to have been introduced in 2011, but they must have been used in episodes that aired this year.
- Mandi Bierly
Erie, Pa. -- Master of macabre Alice Cooper did not disappoint metal fans here last weekend during the latest stop on his No More Mr. Nice Guy tour. The veteran shock-rocker captivated the near-capacity crowd and proved his continued relevance as a heavy metal entertainer.
Cooper took to the stage Saturday night after an introduction by the late Vincent Price echoed through the French Renaissance-style Warner Theatre. The showman extraordinaire lived up to his reputation when he made his entrance dressed in a spider costume on a pulpit high above the crowd.
At 63 years old, Cooper's vocals sounded great throughout the evening. The rock ghoul managed to keep the audience amped up for more than an hour. Cooper changed costumes and other accessories at least a dozen times during the 21-song set, which began with "The Black Widow" and ended with the hit songs "I Love The Dead," "School's Out" and "Elected. »
- David Lohr
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there were no sexy vampires whose skin sparkled in the sunlight--and that's exactly how some fans prefer it. A new, unexpected rivalry seems to be heating up between two science fiction franchises against the "Twilight" series, and the person leading the charge is an equally unexpected party.
Get details on that new feud and more as we look around the blogosphere today!
George Takei Declares "Star" War
After months of half-joking, half-serious back-and-forths between celebrities well known for their association with the "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" franchises, "Trek" icon George Takei has called for peace between the two fan bases in favor of war against another: the "Twilight" series. Takei, who played Sulu in the original "Trek" series, posted a three-minute video calling the values of "Twilight" into question, while championing the ideas put forth by both "Star" brands. »
- Josh Wigler
Daryl gets more violent,becomes a leader & more in this new The Walking Dead season 2 spoiler. MTV news recently chatted it up with Walking Dead, Daryl star Norman Reedus ,and he talked about a lot of stuff with the website,but what it was all pretty boring,or something we had pretty much heard before. However,he did leak a little spoiler tease that got our attention. He revealed that since Daryl was so emotionally attached to finding poor,little Sophia,and not being able to save her,he's going to start to change,and not really give a crap anymore. He is going to sort of separate separates himself,a little bit, from the rest of the group,and react violently to anything emotional,revolving around the Sophia storyline. He'll also be "looked upon more as one of the leaders now, so there's a new set of responsibilities that Daryl has to deal with. »
Norman Reedus talks with MTV about his role in the popular television series “The Walking Dead” by director Ernest Dickerson starring Jon Bernthal (Date Night, Numb3rs), Jeffrey DeMunn (The Majestic, The Shawshank Redemption) and Laurie Holden (Silent Hill, The Shield). Click Here to check out our photo gallery from The Walking Dead. Synopsis: The world we knew is gone. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a matter of months society has crumbled. In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living. Based on a comic book series of the… More same »
- Brian Corder
Daryl is one cool customer. One of my favorite reasons to like Daryl is that he really is the only character that doesn't need to be apart of the group. It's entirely his choice to be there, and as a viewer you have to wonder why he would put himself in harms way. He could disappear into the woods and eat all the dirty squirrels he likes, but something keeps him there and that is what makes Daryl's character truly grounded. So what is the reason? It's fairly simple, it has a lot to do with Daryl's backstory that we haven't seen, but has been hinted at. Daryl was a neglected child and beaten severely. Norman Reedus explains to MTV, "He's looking at them for a very different kind of survival, for interaction that he's not used to, which is a new world for him." The Economy & Horror Get More: Movie Trailers, »
'It's hard not to look cool while holding a crossbow,' Reedus says of Dixon, one of MTV News' Top 50 TV Characters of 2011.
By Josh Wigler
Photo: MTV News
Maybe it's the crossbow. Maybe it's his prickly disposition towards his fellow survivors, an armor he casts aside when lost little children are dropped into the mix. Or maybe it's just the simple fact that Norman Reedus is a bit of a badass. Whatever the reason (let's face it, it's the crossbow), there's no question that Daryl Dixon is the coolest character on "The Walking Dead." In fact, he's one of the coolest characters on television,evidenced by his #13 position on MTV News' Top 50 TV Characters of 2011 list.
It's a well-earned victory for the zombie-killing hillbilly: In one and a half seasons, we've seen Daryl bash zombie brains with rocks, slash open throats with double axes, and even hallucinate »
Norman Reedus revealed Walking Dead season 2 to get extremely darker & more. Recently,TV Fanatic hit up The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus aka Daryl for an interview,where he revealed that we should prepare for things to get even darker than they have been already,if that's even possible. The very first thing Norman told them in the interview,is things are about to get even darker for everyone on the show. Next, he went on to explain that,for Daryl,finding Sophia alive would have meant the world to him because it would have allowed him to put a lot of his awful past behind him. However,since they didn't, "let's just say Daryl is gonna be really pissed." He also revealed that the simple farm life crap is going to end. After that,he concluded with, "The second half is just crazy. People are done talking. When we come back, »
The horror community is still all shooken up from the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead that we saw last week. There were twists and turns and plenty of action while maintaing drama at the same time. But now fans are left to wonder whats in store for when the show returns in February. Star, Norman Reedus (aka Daryl) was recently interviewed and gave us a little word on what to expect when the show makes it's return. Norman stated: "I can say… »
Critics of The Walking Dead Season 2 have said that the first half of the season focused too much on talking over action. In a recent interview, Norman Reedus addressed these criticisms and let fans know to expect plenty of action in the second half of season 2:
“I can say that in the second half, after this hiatus, people are done talking. It’s all kind of firecrackers from here on out. It gets more action packed. The first part of the season, it gets slow when people have to talk. That’s just how it works. I think the writers have done such a great job with setting up storylines and explaining them when they need to be explained, not over talking it and not over thinking it. There are certain things that need to be said to keep the story moving and I think they’ve done a good job with it. »
- Jonathan James
Less talking & more action is on the way in this new The Walking Dead season 2 set of spoilers. Daemonstv recently chatted it up with Norman Reedus,who plays the intense character Daryl on the show,and he revealed that the 2nd half is about to get even crazier than the exciting first half of season 2. Now, that's pretty major,considering I was on the edge of my seat most of the time,during that intense first half. This show absolutely rocks. First, Norman told them that things are going to get even better in the upcoming episode 8. Next, he revealed that,from here on out,there's going to be a lot less talking. "It’s all kind of firecrackers from here on out. It gets more action packed." There's going to bit a little bit of talking to keep the storyline moving,but that's about it. After that,it's more zombies, »
Daryl played by Norman Reedus is my favorite character in the show The Walking Dead. He started the series as a redneck madman and his character has developed into a deeper more thoughtful soul. I agree that the first half of season 2 has been a little slow and a lot more talking has happened than wanted and not enough suspense or action, but I still like the show and watch it every week. After reading the interview that Damon's TV had with Norman Reedus about his role in The Walking Dead, I have more hope than ever that the show is going to pick up. Here is what Norman said in the interview: "I can say that in the second half, after this hiatus, people are done talking. It’s all kind of firecrackers from here on out. It gets more action packed. The first part of the season, »
Reedus ("Daryl") talked about the show's February revival with Daemon's TV and dropped the following on fans...
"I can say that in the second half, after this hiatus, people are done talking," he explained. "It's all kind of firecrackers from here on out. It gets more action packed. The first part of the season, it gets slow when people have to talk. That's just how it works. I think the writers have done such a great job with setting up storylines and explaining them when they need to be explained, not over talking it and not over thinking it. There are certain things that need to be said to keep the story moving, and I think »
- Uncle Creepy
The first half of "The Walking Dead" season 2 was a bust. It never elevated the characters and it never fully grabbed my attention. But there's some hope, which comes from executive producer Glen Mazzara who was added midseason as the series' new showrunner. I believe his was behind the midseason finale, which leads me to believe the second half could be a major step in the right direction. Actor Norman Reedus ("Daryl") talked about the show's February revival with Daemon's TV and explained that we haven't seen anything yet... "I can say that in the second half, after this hiatus, people are done talking," he explained. "It's all kind of firecrackers from here on out. It gets more action packed. The first part of the season, it gets slow when people have to talk. That's just how it works..." »
The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus has promised that the show's second season will become more action-packed. The zombie drama is currently on hiatus, but will return to AMC in the Us and FX in the UK in early 2012. "I can say that in the second half, after this hiatus, people are done talking," Reedus told Daemon's TV. "It's all kind of firecrackers from here on out. It gets more action packed." However, the actor defended the pace of season's two initial seven episodes, insisting that the show's characters "have to talk". "I know when people watch the show they go, 'More zombies. More death'," he admitted. "But you have to do a bit of talking. Otherwise it's Transformers." Reedus also suggested that a romance (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
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