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Yes, there are a few season finales to go, but with the rush of surprise twists, cliffhangers, and exits behind us, it’s now time for EW.com’s fourth annual reader-voted Season Finale Awards. After taking your suggestions under advisement — and extending the cutoff date to March 31, because so many of you wanted to (dis)honor the passing of The Walking Dead’s Andrea — here are this year’s nominees. Vote now. Winners will be announced Friday.
Next: Best Kiss, Best Fight, Top Tissue Moment, Best Use of Music »
- EW staff
Whether you realize it or not... the Halloween haunt season is looming off in the distance. If you're a fan of "The Walking Dead," this is one prop you're gonna want to grab for your humbly haunted abode.
That's right, kids; for around 200 bucks you can nab yourself a replica of everyone's favorite "Walking Dead" scamp, the teddy bear zombie girl!
Life-size statue from the very first episode of "The Walking Dead." Teddy Bear Girl is operated by motion and sound sensors! Stands 55 inches tall and features multi-directional movement and realistic snarling audio.
Would you like to hold my teddy bear? Don't do it if you know what's good for you! Clawing her way out of the very first episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead" - "Days Gone Bye" - is this spine-chilling Life-size rendering of Teddy Bear Girl. Complete with furry little friend and standing 55 inches tall, "The Walking Dead »
- Uncle Creepy
Picture your perfect world, a utopia if you will… See the technology at your fingertips, the neighbors who get along so peacefully, the clean air. Now, tell me what’s on television. Is there a new episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead coming to your wide screen every week for infinity? Yes, that’s my perfect world, and Walking Dead network execs say, hey, it could happen.
“We hope that zombies live forever,” said AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan on Wednesday at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference. “And we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like,” said Sapan.
That statement is very true. So, how many seasons can the show keep going? Theoretically, as cast members die, they can be replaced with new ones, right? This idea is a fangirl’s dream! Just like a zombie, the show could potentially have a very long life… »
- Sasha Nova
AMC's enjoying one hell of a run with its adaptation of Robert Kirkman's zombie epic "The Walking Dead," but the question beckons: How much longer could the story of our favorite survivors last? According to AMC CEO Josh Sapan, a very long time.
Recently Sapan appeared at the Barclays Global Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Conference, where he spoke about the show's possible longevity...
"We hope that zombies live forever and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like," said Sapan, "so that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that 'The Walking Dead' is not over... at that point, I think any one of the companies will have replaced the United States government and we’ll be in a complete free enterprise world in which there are no nations."
So what? Another decade-ish? We don't think »
- Uncle Creepy
by Brett White
Unlike the struggling survivors of the zombie apocalypse, AMC's "The Walking Dead" seems to have a very, very long life ahead of it. AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan made this fact very clear at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference, saying that unlike ending hit shows "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men," "The Walking Dead" is pretty much guaranteed a long life.
"We hope that zombies live forever, and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like," said Sapan, "so that we'll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that 'Walking Dead' is not over... at that point, I think any one of the companies will have replaced the United States government and we'll be in a complete free enterprise world in which there are no nations."
"The Walking Dead" has become a cultural phenomenon, with its »
- Splash Page Team
Even though I’ve read nearly all the comics (I’m a bit behind), I feel like I’m the sole hater of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” television series. It’s frustrating that people aren’t seeing what I’m seeing, but I also respect that many of you guys love it. So, while I’d love to see AMC take the... Read More »
The cast and crew of The Walking Dead are back in Atlanta, Georgia as you read this, prepping and working on the fourth season of the ever popular AMC series.
When series creator Robert Kirkman brought the series to life in comic book form, he invisioned it as the "never ending zombie story," which seems to be the mantra being brought to the television series.
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Since you're already counting the days to Halloween (or just celebrate it year-round, screw the calendar), as well as this fall's return of The Walking Dead, a creepy new creation from Morbid Enterprises is perfectly timed for the occasion: in September, Entertainment Earth will release this life-size animatronic statue of the “Teddy Bear Girl” from the very first episode of the series ("Days Gone Bye"). The 55-inch-tall undead darling is made of vinyl, fabric, plastic, and metal, and features multi-directional movement and “realistic snarling audio” triggered by motion and sound sensors. The piece retails for $219.99, and Entertainment Earth is taking preorders now at their site, with an estimated September release (exact date is still to be determined). Don't you wanna just give her a big hug? »
- Gregory Burkart
It's Thursday and you're probably psyching yourself up for the Bank Holiday weekend - don't know about you, but with the Great British Weather the way it is, we're planning on staying in and watching some decent telly...
If your social life is every bit as sizzling as ours, then the Tube Talk Q&A is at hand to let you know what's starting when and what's airing where - read on for the latest on Luther, Supernatural, Teen Wolf and more...
When are ITV going to start showing The Americans?
Good news - you've little over a week to wait! Critically acclaimed spy drama The Americans - which has already been renewed for a second season in the Us - will debut on ITV on Saturday, June 1 at 10pm.
It's unusual for ITV to give a Us import a place on its flagship channel, let alone a primetime Saturday night slot, »
Sometimes good stories go bad. Especially in the world of science fiction, creative types must constantly keep their ideas fresh and believable before staleness sets in. Well, the great minds behind TNT’s Falling Skies are watching their backs. In the news today, they invite Carol Barbee aboard the team to keep bringing you the best in alien smashing drama.
We had news about Falling Skies yesterday when we delivered your first look at the newest season 3 teaser promo. The video was squirm inducing to be sure. That’s what fans have come to love about the show, though. Much like AMC’s The Walking Dead, it managed to balance gore, action, and very human drama. Hey, here’s another parallel, there will be a post-apocalypse baby.
- Sasha Nova
News Louisa Mellor 23 May 2013 - 08:40
Being frank, there are news stories in this business, and then there are news stories. New commissions, releases, cancellations, casting, behind-the-scenes creative changes... all of these can be filed under the 'something actually happened' heading, while speculative comments from network CEOs? File that under 'not so much'.
Having said that, that AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan expressed the hope at a recent industry conference to be sitting there "in 2022 discussing the fact that The Walking Dead is not over" is of interest, chiefly because it raises the always relevant question of when is the optimum moment for a series to bow out, but also because it gives us an insight into AMC's often cloudy future plans.
“We hope that zombies live forever and »
Robert Kirkman started writing The Walking Dead back in 2003. The comic book series is still ongoing, and the aforementioned writer has stated several times that the story is not even close to coming to an end. Why would it? Twd is one of Image Comics’ best-selling titles, and it could go on for decades without getting old. Can the same be said about the AMC’s The Walking Dead though? Thus far, the show has shown high, strong numbers in ratings and DVD sales – its third season has proven to be its most successful one.
AMC Networks CEO Josh Kaplan is quite optimistic about the future of the show. At the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference, he hinted at his desire for the series to last a generation. The TV executive said:
…we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that Walking Dead is not over …
- Paulo Lazo
The Walking Dead series is obviously doing very well for AMC because they never want to see the show end. When series creator Robert Kirkman created the comic, he envisioned it as a "never ending zombie story," and it seems AMC is envisioning the same thing for the series, which is pretty freakin' awesome!
AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan recently told THR,
We hope that zombies live forever and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like. So that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that Walking Dead is not over.
The Walking Dead is currently in production of the fourth season in Atlanta Georgia. If we see this series continue, we could see Carl grow up in the series... if he doesn't end up being killed off somewhere down the line. It's a cool prospect to think about. »
- Joey Paur
As Breaking Bad and Mad Men come to an end, AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan is hoping The Walking Dead never does. HBO is already talking about the end of Game Of Thrones in a couple seasons, but AMC is looking at keeping the zombie craze around forever, much like Robert Kirkman’s comic book.
Here’s what he said: “We hope that zombies live forever and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like…so that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that Walking Dead is not over.”
The Walking Dead is already filming season 4 of the show in Atlanta, and we can expect to see Rick and company in the fall. »
- Andy Greene
With "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men" approaching the end of their runs, fans of "The Walking Dead" may be wondering about the future of AMC's other tentpole drama. Thankfully, AMC thinks the walkers have legs.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, AMC's CEO Josh Sapan revealed that there's no end in sight for the powerhouse zombie drama, which brought in 12.4 million viewers for its Season 3 finale.
Speaking at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference on Wednesday, Sapan said, “We hope that zombies live forever and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like, so that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that 'Walking Dead' is not over.”
As for the pending finales for "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men," Sapan said, “We’ll all suffer from some minor heartbreak when these shows come to a natural close ... Like »
- Laura Prudom
For a show that has been the highest-rated basic cable scripted program ever, The Walking Dead has seen quite a lot of ups and downs in the three seasons it’s been on the air. Still, despite shake-ups, budget-cuts and re-shoots, The Walking Dead lives on. Coming off its highest ratings ever, AMC’s renewal of the show for season 4 surprised precisely no one.
Beyond that, how long will the series last?
Given the fact that the source comic, created by Robert Kirkman, is still on-going, it’s theoretically possible to keep the series going indefinitely. At least that’s what AMC Networks CEO Josh Kaplan hinted at today while speaking at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference. The network definitely hopes that zombies will live forever, since they’re really just beginning to find out what the world of the show ...
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- Anthony Vieira
Well, someone out there in TV land obviously loves horror as much as we do as the 2013 Critics' Choice Awards nominees have been announced, and a lot of our favorites are included.
Excerpts from the Press Release:
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (Btja) announced nominations for the 3rd annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards, which will be held the evening of Monday, June 10, 2013, at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. For the first time the award show will be webcast live on UStream.
HBO led the networks in most nominations with 21, followed closely by FX, which collected 19. Topping the list of nominated series are "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS) and "American Horror Story: Asylum" (FX) with six nominations each. (For the full list visit the Critics' Choice website.)
Submissions are still being accepted for The Most Exciting New Series category, which will be announced on Monday, June 3. Nominated programs and performances aired between »
- The Woman In Black
Ratings juggernaut "The Walking Dead" shows no sign of decay.
AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan says that he "sees no end in sight" for the popular and acclaimed series adaptation of the comic "The Walking Dead". Talking at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference, Sapan says:
"We hope that zombies live forever and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like, so that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that Walking Dead is not over."
He also added that "We’ll all suffer from some minor heartbreak when these shows come to a natural close" when talking about the nearly upon us endings of the network's two other big success stories - "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men".
Source: THR »
- Garth Franklin
The third annual Critics' Choice Television Awards features what is becoming the awards' signature mix of no-brainer and under-the-radar nominees.
"Big Bang" and "American Horror Story: Asylum" lead the nominees with six apiece. "Parks and Recreation" and Sundance's miniseries "Top of the Lake" have five each. There were a couple of surprise omissions too: "Mad Men" was shut out of the best drama nominees, and of the cast only Elisabeth Moss scored an acting nomination. Ditto for "Modern Family" on the comedy side; Sarah Hyland was the only cast member nominated.
Here's the full list of nominees:
Best Comedy Series »
While AMC is losing Breaking Bad this summer and Mad Men possibly after next season, it would seem natural to discuss the potential end date for The Walking Dead. But, the funny thing is, AMC CEO Josh Sapan sees no reason why The Walking Dead couldn't air for five, ten, even twenty more seasons. The Hollywood Reporter quotes Sapan at the Barclays Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference as he discussed the future of cable programming in light of the success with original »
- Alex Maidy
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