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All life is precious, but don't expect all lives to make it through "The Walking Dead" Season 6's herd attack on Alexandria. That poopstorm starts this Sunday, November 29 in Episode 8, "Start to Finish," the big midseason finale and final episode of 2015. The magic happens a few days after Thanksgiving, but it's clear hundreds, maybe thousands, of walkers are ready to eat Alexandria's leftovers.
Episode 7 left us on the "oh sh-t" cliffhanger of the watchtower collapsing, so we know that herd will be on the move in Episode 8. Here's AMC's official synopsis for the ep: "After a few moments of peace, trouble finds its way to Alexandria again with a threat that may be too big to defeat."
AMC added that a special two-minute prologue to the next chapter of "The Walking Dead" will debut during "Into the Badlands," which airs after the midseason finale and before the final "Talking Dead »
- Gina Carbone
Over the weekend, Watchmen star Jeffrey Dean Morgan spoke briefly about portraying the baseball bat-wielding villain Negan in The Walking Dead, and now the actor has shared shared his excitement for his upcoming role during a Supernatural convention in Pasadena, California.
“I’ve kind of become accustomed to playing sort of the good guy,” states Morgan (via Comic Book). “You know, maybe a rough exterior with a heart of gold in there somewhere. I think the challenge for me in this role is going to be: Is there any heart in Negan? And for me, I look at that as a challenge as an actor and that’s the kind of thing I embrace and really look forward to. I’m super-excited about it. It’s going to be cool. I promise you, it will be something different than what you’ve seen me do.”
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- Gary Collinson
It’s the midseason finale of The Walking Dead season six this coming Sunday, and you can take a look at a preview and sneak peek clip from ‘Start to Finish’ right here…
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“After having a few moments of peace, trouble finds its way to Alexandria yet again. Only this time, the threat might be too big to defeat.”
The Walking Dead airs on Sunday nights on AMC in the States and on Monday nights on Fox in the UK.
- Gary Collinson
With the midesason finale of The Walking Dead Season 6, Start to Finish, airing next week, AMC has released a new preview and a clip for the final episode of 2015. If you didn't catch last night's episode of The Walking Dead, Head's Up, there will be a massive Spoiler in the clip, so be sure to watch at your own risk. If that wasn't enough, we also have new photos from both Head's Up and Start to Finish. This is your last chance to avoid any spoilers, so stop reading now if you didn't watch last night's episode.
At the end of Head's Up, a large tower just outside the Alexandria walls, came tumbling down, breaching the wall and giving the zombies a way in to this once-peaceful town. The trailer for Start to Finish reveals numerous zombies flooding into Alexandria, as Rick (Andrew Lincoln) tries to lead the Alexandrians to safety. »
(Spoiler alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen this week’s episode of “The Walking Dead”) After weeks of fan fervor, “The Walking Dead” has finally revealed whether or not Glenn (Steven Yeun) died after falling off of the dumpster in episode three of Season 6. We see in the opening minutes of this Sunday’s episode that … Glenn lives! Also Read: 'The Walking Dead' Casts Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Major Villain Negan After pulling himself out from under the dumpster, he runs into Enid (Katelyn Nacon), who fled Alexandria after the Wolves attacked. After a brief struggle that sees Enid. »
- Joe Otterson
At the end of October, The Walking Dead ripped out the hearts of its millions of viewers, then threw them on the ground and stomped all over them. Yep, we're talking Glenn, who dies thanks to the carelessness of that trash monster Nicholas. In the weeks since, we've found plenty of proof that Glenn's alive, but the evidence to the contrary has been steadily mounting with each passing day. And the fact that Jeffrey Dean Morgan got cast as Negan was the real nail in Glenn's coffin. So, while the show has been renewed for another season, we've lost most, if not all, hope of seeing more Glenn. Keep reading to find out why. Related: Ok, Now The Walking Dead Is Just Plain F*cking With Us 9 Reasons That Death on The Walking Dead Didn't Actually Happen 22 Killer Gifts For The Walking Dead Superfan »
- Ryan Roschke
Last week it was announced that Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen) has secured the role of the villainous Negan in AMC’s The Walking Dead, and now the actor has spoken briefly about his casting during an appearance on The Chew (via Comic Book).
“You may see me this season and then next year you’ll see me, as well,” states Morgan. “If you’re familiar with the comic books, it’s a role of a guy named Negan who sort of just kicks everybody’s ass. I’m looking forward to it. It’s gonna be fun.”
It may also be tough to watch once Negan starts swinging Lucille…
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- Gary Collinson
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
Z Nation, made by schlock specialists The Asylum, has just been renewed for season 3. Here's why you should be watching...
If AMC's The Walking Dead is the miserabilist emo-goth teen of the televisual zombie apocalypse, then SyFy's Z Nation is its swaggering, devil-may-care little cousin, who's having too much fun smoking weed, gorging on pop-culture tropes and generally dicking around to waste its time indulging in any gravely serious, existential, pseudo-political clap-trap. Therein lies the secret to Z Nation's appeal: it's fun. It laughs at itself, and wants you to laugh along, too.
Comparisons with The Walking Dead are inevitable, and not just because the two shows share the zombie apocalypse as a backdrop. Z Nation is made by The Asylum, a production company that's become synonymous with jumping on a bandwagon, copying the schematics for that bandwagon, and then producing their own bandwagon that is »
Though I thought this might be a clever fake at first, the original YouTube vid was removed by AMC, so it seems to be the real deal. This was apparently filmed on the phone of a very naughty visitor to the set of The Walking Dead, who witnessed a scene fans of the comic have been anticipating/dreading since it was announced Negan would be brought in as the new big bad. Blurry as the footage is, you can make out Jeffrey Dean Morgan decked out in that obnoxious leather jacket, swinging away with the barbed wire-wrapped baseball bat he calls Lucille. The question is, whose on the receiving end? In the comics it's Glenn, but recent developments with that character have led fans to speculate that it might be Daryl we'll be bidding farewell to by the end of the midseason finale. What do you guys think? (function(d, »
AMC’s Emmy-nominated Breaking Bad prequel series, Better Call Saul, will open Season 2 on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, at 10/9c.
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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, »
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 »
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen episode 606 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Always Accountable.”
Mysteries abound in the latest installment of “The Walking Dead.” Did we just hear Glenn’s voice calling for help over Daryl’s walkie talkie (even though it didn’t really sound like him), or does that panicked plea belong to another lost soul trapped somewhere outside Alexandria? We know that Glenn was in possession of one of the group’s walkies before the zombie horde descended on him, but this week’s episode also saw the introduction of another group of survivors carrying radios, in addition to three people who seemed to be trying to get as far away from them as possible.
Another lingering question: Did the show just introduce the Saviors? That name is well known to fans of the “Walking Dead” comics, and their arrival would make sense, »
- Laura Prudom
(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you haven’t seen Sunday’s episode of “The Walking Dead”) “The Walking Dead” star Michael Cudlitz is more than excited about working with “Grey’s Anatomy” alum Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who was recently cast to play the villain Negan. “Who doesn’t like Jeffrey? Have you seen ‘Grey’s Anatomy?’ I’d marry the f—ing guy,” Cudlitz told TheWrap. “For him, it’s wonderful that an audience, especially a TV audience, knows him to be very sensitive and loving and giving,” he said. “And then we meet Negan, who on the »
- Joe Otterson
A funny thing happened on Daryl, Abraham and Sasha’s way back to Alexandria in this week’s episode of The Walking Dead. And — imagine that! — a whole lotta horrific and unfunny things happened, too. For instance? Read on…
Pleased To Beat You | After being shot at by a group that was pretty clearly supposed to be the infamous Negan’s Saviors, Abraham and Sasha got separated from Daryl, who, after eluding his pursuers, was taken hostage by a guy and two sisters. Mind you, the trio weren’t Saviors, they were on the run from the Saviors and, mistaking »
Plot: Desperate for cash, the father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) of a terminally ill child rip-offs a violent casino boss (Robert De Niro) and finds himself pinned-down by both gangsters and the cops on a crowded city bus with his cohorts. Review: Heist is yet another Emmett/Furla Dtv wonder. While the two have been responsible for some solid, legit studio films over the last few years (including Lone... Read More »
- Chris Bumbray
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Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been tapped to join the cast of AMC’s hit zombie drama The Walking Dead as a fearsome new villain. Jeffrey Dean Morgan In ‘Twd’ Morgan will play infamous Walking Dead comic book villain Negan, according to Variety. The big bad, who has yet to appear on the TV show, is […]
- Chelsea Regan
Now that Abraham, Rosita, Father Gabriel and co. have been established as regulars in The Walking Dead TV universe, one comic-book character in particular has moved up the "most-anticipated newcomer" list. His name? Negan.
Introduced in issue #100 of The Walking Dead comics, Negan made a brutal entrance in Robert Kirkman's series and went on to become the second major antagonist for Rick's group since The Governor. Armed with a barbed wire-wrapped baseball bat, affectionately nicknamed Lucille, he's the leader of a group known as The Saviors, and one dangerous villain.
And now we know who'll be playing him on TV. Supernatural, Grey's Anatomy and Watchmen actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is stepping into the role just in time for The Walking Dead season six finale, according to the IMDb. »
(Spoiler alert: Do not keep reading if you are not caught up on this season of “The Walking Dead”) With the news that Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been cast as “The Walking Dead” villain Negan, fans of the series not familiar with the comics are scrambling for more information about the upcoming big bad guy. But fear not, “Walking Dead”-heads! TheWrap has you covered. We break down all the essential information you need to know about the character before he makes his first appearance at the end of season six. Also Read: 'The Walking Dead' Casts Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Major Villain. »
- Joe Otterson
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