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TV Review: The Walking Dead—"What Lies Ahead"

16 October 2011 10:19 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

In the Season 2 premiere, Rick and his gang of merry travelers hit the countryside in search of a new place of salvation.  Guess what?  They don't find it.

So there's this little show that came out last year.  It's called The Walking Dead.  I thought I'd take the chance to remind you, judging how the show has been gone for over a year.  AMC aired six episodes and Poof! it was gone.  But even then, we were promised a return date of October.  That left the fans twiddling their thumbs in the corner as they patiently waited for the show to return.  And last night, it finally did.  Was it worth the wait?

Well, yes and no.  For me, Season 1 of The Walking Dead was equal parts good and equal parts frustrating.  The show could be really good, great when it wanted to be.  But in between these moments of greatness was useless subplots, »

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50 Greatest Teen Stars of All Time

10 February 2011 2:40 PM, PST | Extra | See recent Extra news »

As Bieber fever rages through theaters this weekend with the release of "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," "Extra" helps you remember your teen crushes and favorite stars -- on a trip through the time machine -- with the 50 Greatest Teen Stars of All Time! [*teens screaming*]

From "Growing Pains" heartthrob Kirk Cameron to Disney superstar Miley Cyrus, we'll look back at how they got famous, and what they're up to today!

50 Greatest Teen Stars50- Matthew Broderick »

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