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Sneak Peek footage of "The Walking Dead" showrunner Scott Gimple interviewed on "Larry King Now", revealing more spoiler insights about AMC's ultra-violent 'zombie' drama series "The Walking Dead" Season 5, which starts airing again October 13, 2014:
When asked if the new episodes would take place right after the Season 4 finale Gimple said, "That is a fair question...I would say, 'It would be very difficult with such a cliffhanger to skip over what happens next.' You know, right next..."
When asked if the fate of 'Beth'would be revealed in Season 5, Gimple replied, "Absolutely."
A fan of Robert Kirkman's comic book series "The Walking Dead", Gimple confirmed that the new season will "...continue to be a remix. There’ll be stuff that you’ll see...that’s directly from the pages of the comics. And then, you’ll see things that are like...inspired by the comics...a »
- Michael Stevens
We won’t see another new episode of The Walking Dead until October, but Season 5 will begin filming shortly and it won’t belong before we start regular coverage of the upcoming episodes. To hold you over until then, we still have a number of features to share from The Walking Dead‘s fourth season and will kick things off with the second part of our zombie photo gallery.
It has already been confirmed that Scott Gimple is back as the showrunner for Season 5 and sixteen episodes are planned. An October premiere is expected and it’s very likely that we’ll get our first look at The Walking Dead Season 5 footage at Comic-Con in July. Until then, we’ll have regular coverage of the comic book series, collectibles, and some behind-the-scenes features as well.
In case you missed our earlier coverage, here are links to our coverage highlights:
- Jonathan James
Feature Louisa Mellor Simon Brew 7 Apr 2014 - 06:55
Who’s that? What did she just say? Wait, he’s English? Here are the things we don’t admit when watching acclaimed TV shows…
Omission makes the world go round. Without the art of keeping things to ourselves, most social interactions would disintegrate within seconds. Too much soul-baring honesty would snap the taut bonds that keep us all from running screaming through the Toby Carvery of a Sunday lunchtime jabbing family members with corn-on-the-cob prongs. We’re a tightly wound, insular people, the British. It takes court injunctions and Jeremy Kyle to prise loose our secrets.
Every so often though, it does us good to share. It’s cathartic to confess, between friends, that we’re sometimes a little bit lacking or dim. In the spirit of honesty and self-improvement then, here are the things we’d rather not admit to »
Rick takes center stage of this new and extremely early teaser promo for the fifth season of AMC's 'The Walking Dead'. Season 4 ended merely days ago and already news of a trio of players getting some more meaty action in the next season has been announced (namely Andrew J. West, Alanna Masterson and Christian Serratos ('Twilight')). And with the types of finale figures the show received once more it makes sense the network is wanting to make sure everyone hypes up the next season long before it even airs. The new poster features Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes on his lonesome in the dark accompanied by the single word instruction overhead...'Survive'. The next season will kick off this Halloween time. Head below to check out the poster. »
Season four may have just ended on Sunday, but fans of "The Walking Dead" are already looking ahead to the series's fifth season, which is set to debut this fall. A new poster promoting season five offers viewers a taste of what they can expect going forward.
The stark image is simple but powerful, featuring ringleader Rick (Andrew Lincoln) crouched down and holding his gun, lit only by a dim beam of light filtered through a stained glass window. A one-word message is scrawled on the wall above him: Survive.
And it seems that that word will become Rick's group's motto for the next set of episodes, since they've once again found themselves facing a menacing enemy and struggling to figure out their next move (zombie apocalypses are tricky like that) thanks to the (suspected) cannibals who've imprisoned them at Terminus. Judging by Rick's body language in this promo poster, »
- Katie Roberts
Last season, The Walking Dead set ratings records for AMC. Will the show's audience continue to grow in season four or will the numbers start to decline? How long can this zombie apocalypse series run? Stay tuned to find out.
In this season of The Walking Dead, Rick may not be a leader any longer but that's certainly not the end of his problems. The large cast includes Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Scott Wilson, David Morrissey, Emily Kinney, Chad Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Larry Gilliard, Jr.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically on Tuesdays.
Final season averages: 6.8 »
Now that Season 4 of "The Walking Dead" has come to an end, the countdown is on until new episodes arrive. Unfortunately, that it still quite far away. Not much is known about what Season 5 will bring, other than the hopeful resolution to whatever is happening at Terminus. However, AMC has aleady released the first poster for the next season.
The image shows a crouching Rick (Andrew Lincoln) with a gun in his hands, bathed in light. The word "survive" is scrawled across the poster, giving a hint of what's to come. Showrunner Scott Gimple revealed on "The Talking Dead" that the show would be going "new places" and "completely different" from Season 4.
The interesting thing about Season 5 if the battle for survival was mostly waged against the walkers in the past. However, with Terminus hanging over the heads of Rick and the group, there's a whole new set of circumstances to survive. »
Sneak Peek the new key art poster from AMC's "The Walking Dead", Season 5, showing 'Rick Grimes' kneeling in the light of a church's stained-glass window, plus new insights revealed by "The Walking Dead" comic book creator Robert Kirkman, about what audiences can expect from the next Season, returning October 2014:
"Who the people of 'Terminus' are and what their deal is will be dealt with fairly quickly when we come back for season five," said Kirkman.
The Season finale "A", saw 'Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) finally reaching the supposed safe haven 'Terminus' with 'Carl', 'Michonne' and 'Daryl', after a deadly run-in with human predators.
But the residents of Terminus opened fire on the group, herding them into a stationary boxcar.
Despite Rick's group being reunited with 'Glenn', 'Maggie', 'Sasha' and 'Bob', there were still some prisoners missing, leading to the speculation of 'cannibalism', per the comic book series.
"We kind »
- Michael Stevens
AMC is not waiting until next October to get its hype wheel rolling for the return of "The Walking Dead," as evidenced by this new bit of artwork for the upcoming Season 5 (which feels light years away). Check it out!
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Melissa McBride, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green.
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- Uncle Creepy
We're only a couple of days removed from the series finale of "The Walking Dead," and honestly? We miss it already despite the cries of it "should have been" this or that. As a means to put a band-aid on this gaping wound of torment until next October, we have some news for you!
The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 26th. As with the previous Blu-ray and DVD releases, fans will be able to enjoy this groundbreaking series with pristine picture and sound as well as hours of bonus features.
And for the die-hard “Walking Dead” fans, there will be a specially-created limited edition “tree walker” Blu-ray set created by MacFarlane Toys.
More information, including bonus feature content and technical specs, will be available soon.
Very cool, but that's Not all! AMC and First My Family have released a »
- Uncle Creepy
After the way Season 4 finale ended, it’s going to be difficult for fans to hold out until the show resumes in October. Filming of the new season hasn’t started yet, so we won’t get our first good look at The Walking Dead Season 5 until July, but AMC released a new poster and video that teases what’s ahead. It has also been revealed that three actors from Season 4 are being promoted to series regulars.
We met Andrew J. West as Gareth, the leader of Terminus, in the Season 4 finale and he’s one of three actors that are getting the new “series regular” status, according to THR. The other two are Alanna Masterson (Tara) and Christian Serratos (Rosita). This means that they will likely be more prominently featured in The Walking Dead Season 5, but it does not mean that they cannot be killed. For example, David Morrissey »
- Jonathan James
West made his debut last night on the Season 4 finale as the mysterious boss of Terminus. Masterson made her debut earlier in the season as Tara, one of the followers of The Governor.
Finally there is Rosita, played by Serratos, who is one of the military crew trying to escort a scientist to Washington, DC, in hopes of finding a cure for the zombie infection. She also joined the show earlier in the fourth season. Both Masterson and Serratos had options to join as regulars.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Melissa McBride, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, »
- Uncle Creepy
The season finale of The Walking Dead was literally bloody insane! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. They should have known that Terminus was going to be a shitstorm! That place was a cannibal's house of horror dream. Those people in that place are evil as hell, but come next season, Rick and his group are going to show them how real survivors do it. In a recent interview with THR, series star Andrew Lincoln discusses the season finale and what we might see next season. Obviously, spoilers abound. Here's an excerpt of the Q&A went down, and it's definitely worth your time to read it. I thought I would hate how they ended the season, but I actually ended up loving it.
What was it like taking a "bite" out of Jeff Kober's neck?
It was brutal. It was 4:30 in the morning. »
- Joey Paur
(Cbr) Warning: Spoilers for "The Walking Dead" Season 4 finale are ahead. "The Walking Dead" wrapped its fourth season on Sunday night, leaving Rick Grimes and his companions in greater danger than ever before. Upon reaching Terminus, Rick and company were imprisoned by the supposed safe haven’s residents, who we now know are cannibals — a riff on one of the fan-favorite storylines from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s comics. With Rick’s group waiting to become part of the great Terminus buffet, it’s worth wondering: What will happen in Season 5? While the next new episode of "The Walking Dead" won’t arrive until October, the cast and crew are already looking at what’s ahead, courtesy of a new behind-the-scenes video released by AMC. “It’s going to be messy, and it’s going to be brutal,” says Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick. “It’s going to be thrilling, »
- Josh Wigler, Comic Book Resources
It all started when Chris Hardwick announced they were holding a contest for a fan to Skype with Andrew Lincoln live on the Talking Dead finale. The contest required me to submit a video of myself asking a question related to the show. Almost immediately, I came up with the idea to do it like Lincoln's character in Love Actually (above) and ask my question via poster boards.
I came up with a question (though, honestly, it wasn't about the question) and got to work. It took a couple tries - holding those cue cards is harder than it looks - and I even re-filmed it in better light once the producers said they loved my idea and requested a better-quality video. This got my »
- Heather Seebach
Warning: While The Photos Above Are Incredible, They're Also Kind Of Spoilery For Anyone Who Hasn't Seen The Finale.What a bloody good time!While last night's season finale of "The Walking Dead" was a bleak hour of television, it sure looks like the cast and crew had a much better time filming it.AMC just released a ton of behind-the-scenes photos from the set of the zombie series, and even when they're covered in guts, gore and grime, the stars of the show are having a blast!From selfies to incredibly candid moments with stars like Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln, the photos definitely show us a totally different side to the sometimes incredibly heavy show.There are also a bunch of excellent shots from earlier in the season as well, showing The Governor (David Morrissey) and Hershel (Scott Wilson) hanging out before and after they met their on-screen deaths. »
- tooFab Staff
The Walking Dead, Season 4, Episode 16: “A”
Directed by Michelle MacLaren
Airs Sundays at 9pm Et on AMC
Just when I was ready to break up with The Walking Dead, Michelle MacLaren comes along and directs one of the season’s best episodes – “A” is chock-full of nail-biting suspense, features some horrific images and even a cliffhanger that feels like the start of a new journey (and possibly a new direction for the series). For a good chunk of the second half of season 4, the survivors have been traveling along the train tracks leading to the sanctuary. The majority of those episodes tried focusing on character, and succeeded for the most part, but at times it felt like the show was dragging its feet. Showrunner Scott M. Gimple and co. made some ballsy decisions with the structure of the season. Some of »
Viewers cannot stop feasting on The Walking Dead as the season 4 finale nabbed 15.7 million viewers, with 10.2 million of them coming in that coveted 18-49 demo. Both of those marks shatter the previous finale records for the show, which were set with 2013′s season 3 ender, which scored 12.4 million total viewers and 8.1 million in the 18-49 range. However, the finale just missed becoming the most-watched episode in the series’ history, falling short of the 16.1 million that took in the season 4 premiere, 10.4 million of which were ages 18-49.
But there were other records to be had. The Chris Hardwick-hosted Walking Dead after-show, »
- Dalton Ross
The Walking Dead continues to deliver strong ratings every episode and last night was no exception. AMC just announced that the last episode of The Walking Dead Season 4 set a new finale record with 15.7 million viewers:
“Last night’s season four finale of “The Walking Dead” set a new finale record, delivering 15.7 million viewers and 10.2 million adults 18-49. The dramatic episode anchored a record-breaking night on AMC, with the live “Talking Dead” aftershow delivering a series record 7.3 million viewers and 4.7 million adults 18-49. To cap the night, the third season finale of AMC’s “Comic Book Men” at midnight was watched by 1.1 million viewers and 715,000 adults 18-49.
Season four set a new viewership record for “The Walking Dead,” averaging 13.3 million live/same day viewers per episode and 8.6 million adults 18-49, an increase of +24%/+22% over the season three average.
- Jonathan James
Spoiler Alert! If you haven't watched Sunday's Season 4 finale of "The Walking Dead," stop reading now and come back after!
On the season finale of "Talking Dead," Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick, revealed that Greg Nicotero (executive producer, who also does the special effects) gave him options on what he would find when he went in for that chunk of Joe's neck while filming the scene.
"He said, 'Chicken or ...
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