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Though AMC has had some popular scripted series that have run for years, many others have been cancelled after just one season. How are the current crop of shows doing? Which will be cancelled or renewed? We'll have to wait and see.Scripted AMC Network shows listed: Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Feed the Beast, Fear the Walking Dead, Halt and Catch Fire, Hell on Wheels, Humans, Into the Badlands, Low Winter Sun, Mad Men, The Night Manager, Preacher, Turn: Washington's Spies, and The Walking Dead.Last update: Most recent ratings for The Walking Dead and Into the Badlands added.There's lots of data that AMC execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their recent/current primetime scripted shows.Read More… »
Ever since the gruesome premiere, The Walking Dead has been playing a frustrating game of keep-away with many of the main characters. The second episode focused on Carol and Morgan finding sanctuary in King Ezekiel's care, and the third episode shone a spotlight on a character you may have discounted: Dwight. We've seen him in a handful of episodes since, and it appears that the show is echoing Dwight's an important storyline in the comics, but just where does it go? Let's explore what happens with Dwight in the books, because he plays a vital role in the war against Negan. What We Already Know We get some of Dwight's interesting and tragic backstory during the third episode. The reason for his attempted escape (when Daryl first encounters him in the woods) is grim: Dwight's wife, Sherry, has a sister, Tina, who needs medication, but she doesn't have enough to get it from the Saviors. »
- Maggie Pehanick
The first episode of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series will be available to download April 18 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android devices, it’s been announced. Titled Tangled Up in Blue, the season premiere will be available to buy individually for $4.99 as well as included in the game’s Season Pass, which will be available from May 2 in North America and from May 5 onwards in other territories.
Officially announced at last year’s Game Awards following several rumors that Telltale was collaborating with Marvel for a new episodic game, the studio’s co-founder and CEO, Kevin Bruner, said at the time that Guardians provides an “enormously satisfying space to explore through Telltale’s unique style of interactive storytelling,” adding that players will assume multiple roles throughout the season’s duration, which will consist of five episodes.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Gallery »
- Joe Pring
On Monday, HBO issued a press release basically declaring that Big Little Lies — its seven-part limited series starring — has quietly blossomed into a big-ish hit.
Per the cabler, the well-reviewed dramedy is averaging 7 million viewers across multiple platforms ahead of Sunday’s grand finale. Just as noteworthy, is the buzz that Big Little Lies is generating on social media (Sunday’s penultimate episode was trending on Twitter just behind The Walking Dead) and around the proverbial office water cooler (or in TVLine’s case, our fountain-soda machine). The series has all the makings of a pop culture phenomenon.
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Where is this show going? – this is the one question I have had in my head since the premiere of the latest series.
The Walking Dead has officially become a dull, mind-numbing cash cow that AMC is continuing to milk for as much as possible.
The show, which has seen its lowest ratings in four years throughout the current season, just won’t seem to die (much like a large percentage of the hopeless characters that still taunt us with their existence).
In a recent interview with showrunner, turned evil villain, Scott Gimple said: “We are trying to do twenty years. The [Walking Dead] comic has certainly done it, and I look forward to every issue. The Simpsons has been on 26, 27 years, so that’s a challenge – so Ok, challenge accepted. Done.”
You know when someone seems perfectly fine to begin with, seems like a hard working person who just wants the best for everyone, »
- Patrick Mclean
As the march to war ends and all sides prepare for "All Out War," there is plenty for Jason and Karen to talk about in the latest episode of The Walking Dead ’Cast, which you can listen to right now.
From The Walking Dead ’Cast: Exciting, varied, tense, twisty, and sometimes cringeworthy episode this week, as all the pieces come together for the big finale. Join Jason and Karen as we get ready to bring it on home for ya.
If you’d like to give us a call, you can call us at (650) 485-3323 or email email@example.com.
You can download and subscribe to us in iTunes at walkingdeadcast.com/itunes.
Look for us on Facebook at facebook.com/deadcast and on Twitter at twitter.com/jasonandkaren.
And you can find us on the web at walkingdeadcast.com. And don’t forget to click through our Amazon link, »
- Derek Anderson
Former Walking Dead star Steven Yuen and his wife Joana Pak are welcoming a baby boy. Steven Yuen & Joana Pak Welcome Baby Boy The baby, whose name has yet to be revealed, was born March 17. Pak showed off her baby bump over the past few months on social media, most recently in a series from Feb. 13. […]
The post Steven Yuen & Wife Joana Pak Welcome Baby Boy appeared first on uInterview. »
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
If you're a fan of the eerie artificial intelligence featured on the TV series Humans, then you'll be pleased to know that AMC, Channel 4, and Kudos have renewed the series for an eight-episode third season that will premiere in 2018 and begin filming this fall.
Press Release: New York/London – March 28, 2017 – AMC, Channel 4 and Kudos today announced that the critically acclaimed drama series “Humans,” has been picked up for a third season. The series will return with eight new episodes in 2018. Production will begin in fall 2017 with key cast set to return.
“Humans” is written by Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley (Humans S1, Spooks: The Greater Good), and based on the award-winning Swedish sci-fi drama “Real Humans” created by Lars Lundstrom and produced by Svt and Matador Film. The new season is executive produced by Derek Wax, Emma Kingsman-Lloyd, Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley for Kudos in association with Wild Mercury Productions, »
- Derek Anderson
Yesterday we brought you a promo and sneak peek clip from the season seven finale of The Walking Dead [watch them here], and now a batch of images have arrived online from ‘The First Day of the Rest of Your Life’ which you can check out below…
The stakes continue to grow higher as paths cross and the group enacts an intricate plan.
See Also: Follow all of our coverage of The Walking Dead here
The Walking Dead Season 7 airs on AMC on Sundays in the Us and on Mondays on Fox in the UK. »
- Amie Cranswick
Now finishing up its seventh season, The Walking Dead is no longer about zombies; it's about human dynamics and how far the living will go to survive. The most poignant deaths are those that come at the hand of another live person, whether it be Carol or Negan delivering the final blow. Sill, it's shocking how little time the characters spend talking about how or why the world is now a vast wasteland of walkers. The only times the origin of the virus or the possibility of stopping it have come up is in the first season, when the group makes it to the Cdc (fruitless) and when Eugene asserts that if he makes it to Washington DC, he can stop the spread. As we know now, Eugene is full of sh*t, so who knows whether the virus can be stopped. For now, let's review what we Do know about it. »
- Maggie Pehanick
RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?
The series — which explores the relationships between humans and robotic servants called Synths — will return with eight new episodes in 2018.
“Humans provides a thrilling look at the evolution of technology and its effect on society,” said Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC and Sundance TV in a statement. “The critical response to Season 2 celebrates the creative vision, »
Synths and humans aren't all that different.
At least that's one of the things we learned by watching Humans Season 2, which ended last week after a shocking cliffhanger.
Good news, folks!! Humans Season 3 isn't all that far off.
The co-release between Channel 4 in the UK and AMC is written by Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley and explores what happens when the line between humans and their synthetic counterparts are no longer well drawn.
The world isn't ours, but it could be.
And for those of us who grew up watching shows like The Jetsons and Lost In Space, we thought it would have been here by now.
“We can’t wait to bring this new world to life – along with the best cast in TV, »
- Carissa Pavlica
The last we saw Juan Gabriel Pareja’s Morales on The Walking Dead, he and his family packed up and left Rick’s group in season 1. Since then, the actor has guest starred on several television shows and most recently as a series regular on Amazon’s Goliath with Billy Bob Thornton. He can also be currently seen in Crackle’s comedy Mad Families. Pareja talks to CineMovie about working in a comedy for the first time, and whether there’s a possibility of Morales returning to AMC’s The Walking Dead.
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Dave Erickson is stepping down from his showrunner role after the upcoming third season of the Fear the Walking Dead TV show on AMC. While he's retaining his executive producer credit on The Walking Dead spinoff series, Erickson is making the move in order to develop new projects, as part of his overall deal with AMC.A zombie drama exploring the beginning of the undead apocalypse, Fear the Walking Dead stars Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Lorenzo James Henrie, Rubén Blades, Mercedes Mason, and Colman Domingo. Buffy veteran Emma Caulfield is joining the new installment in a still unknown capacity. Fear the Walking Dead season three will premiere on AMC, this summer.Read More… »
It’s easy to lose track of the number of blockbuster films that are coming out this year. Between the Marvel movies, the DC movies, The Disney movies, and everything else in between, it kind of feels like we’re getting a brand new blockbuster just about every weekend, so it’s inevitable that you’ll forget one every now and then. But it can’t be forgotten that 2017 will be seeing the start of a brand new ambitious shared universe.
This year, we’ll be getting a reboot of The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella, and if the first trailer is any indication, it looks like it’ll be on hell of a time at the movie theaters. Say what you will about attempting to force another shared universe down the throats of consumers, but there’s something to be said about these Universal Monsters eventually sharing the same screen. »
- Joseph Medina
The two survivors have been through hell underground, but can they survive to see the surface again? Ahead of its TV debut this Sunday, the final installment of Fear The Walking Dead: Passage has been unveiled online by AMC, and we have it for Daily Dead readers to enjoy right now.
"A fearsome survivor agrees to help an injured woman in exchange for an apocalyptic sanctuary. A new installment of the 16-part series is available every week on amc.com, the AMC mobile apps, and on-air during premiere episodes of The Walking Dead."
Fear The Walking Dead Season 3 premieres this June on AMC. Similar to Flight 462, fans can expect Passage to impact the storyline of Fear The Walking Dead to some extent. In case you missed it, check out new photos from the third season. »
- Derek Anderson
Image Source: AMC Spoilers for the Walking Dead comics below! The last few episodes of The Walking Dead have made it abundantly clear that Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) is in grave danger. After her mind-bogglingly stupid decision to try to barrel into the compound of Negan's Saviors solo went south, she was quickly captured by the terrifying leader. Will she make it out of The Sanctuary alive in the seventh season finale? Only time will tell, but until then, there's one place we can turn to to unearth a little bit more about the future of her character: the comics. You might be surprised to know that Sasha, like Daryl, doesn't actually exist in the show's source material. Sasha's story does, however, closely align with the actions of Holly (a character of the same name briefly popped up in the show but is no more), as well as a few other minor characters. »
- Quinn Keaney
Back in November, it was announced that Skybound Entertainment (the team behind “The Walking Dead”) and interactive play company Delusion had teamed up for Delusions: Lies Within, a virtual reality digital series that was based on Jon Braver and Peter… Continue Reading →
- Jonathan Barkan
Bones Ep Michael Peterson urged fans to “have faith” in the wake of last week’s explosive penultimate episode, which ended with Brennan’s lab being blown to bits while she, Booth, Angela and Hodgins were all trapped inside. Well, TVLine has obtained the first two minutes (well, technically 90 seconds) of Tuesday’s series finale (9/8c on Fox) and we can safely say he wasn’t misleading us.
The clip confirms that three out of the four aforementioned individuals survive the bombing, and we’re going to venture out on a limb and assume the fourth one will also turn »
We spent much of the weekend reminding fans that Scott Gimple plans on running The Walking Dead for the next 20 years. In fact, as a joke (or not) he sadly informed fans of the show’s cancellation….in 2030. While we waste our collective days thinking about exactly how The Walking Dead is going to spin our heads for the next two decades, let’s try and focus on season 7 and the present for the time being. A new clip for the season finale has come out and it appears what we all expect to happen will: War. A war between
The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale Sneak Peak: Ezekiel Goes to War »
- Nat Berman
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