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All week long, we've been asking readers like You to predict who will be killed off on "The Walking Dead" Season 5 finale. And according to exclusive Gold Derby odds, we're in for a massive bloodbath. Hurry -- make your own predictions now and you could win our prize of a $100 Amazon gift certificate. Time is almost up! The six characters most likely to die in the season finale are: -Break- 1.) Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) with 9/2 odds 2.) Glenn (Steven Yeun) with 11/2 odds 3.) Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) with 11/2 odds 4.) Carol (Melissa McBride) with 6/1 odds 5.) Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) with 13/2 odds 6.) Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) with 7/1 odds These odds will keep changing throughout the day as more and more "Walking Dead" fans have their say. Disagree with those current death odds? Then cast your Own votes now. You must make your predictions before Sunday at 4 p.m. to be eligible to win o »
"It's just going to give you everything you want and more and you just gotta not blink," she told Access Hollywood of the 90-minute episode.
Photos: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5 Character Portraits
Over the course of Season 5, we've gotten to know Christian's character, Rosita Espinosa, and her companions, Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt), as they've settled in with the group. Rosita and Abraham even brought ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
The Walking Dead has continually risen in popularity since its debut almost five years ago. The Comic-based series is one of the highest rated shows across the globe, with its extremely large viewership seemingly increasing after each nail-biting instalment of the gritty, Zombie drama.
With that in mind, it shouldn’t have come as much of a surprise that AMC was looking to expand its flagship series. Much like the undead antagonists of the show itself, the network seems intent on infecting the entire globe with its signature brand of gory survival horror. Now, following the news that the The Walking Dead‘s spin-off/prequel series has been greenlit for two seasons, the show has now receieved an official title!
- Ben Read
It was a running joke among Italian exploitation filmmakers in the 70s and 80s that if you wanted to know what your next picture was going to be, you only had to look at Hollywood’s box office. Just as every action has an equal and opposite reaction, so every Hollywood blockbuster has a sleazy and inexpensive mockbuster.
The Exorcist spawned House of Exorcism, Jaws begat Tentacles and Star Wars found its opposite number in Starcrash, but it was Dawn of the Dead’s success that birthed some of the liveliest, most outlandish trash that ever met a projector bulb. Avoiding Dawn’s slapstick elements, these knock-offs played it straight and went for the jugular, but their shoestring budgets, bad acting and ridiculous narratives often saw them enter the realm of high camp, and the zombie genre went into a tailspin.
When it was revived several years later, courtesy of »
- Ian Watson
Recently, AMC dropped these new, official spoiler pictures for their upcoming "The Walking Dead" season finale episode 16 of season 5, and they show new-look scenes that involve Daryl and Aaron out and about for some more zombie killing action. The episode is labeled, "Conquer." The official description for episode 16, reads like this: " Daryl is going to experience trouble on a run. Meanwhile, Rick and his group are going to continue to feel like outsiders in Alexandria, where trouble will be creeping into the gates. Description number 2: Daryl will find trouble while on a run; Rick and the group will feel like outsiders in Alexandria, where trouble approaches the gates. The finale episode 16 is set to air tomorrow night, March 29th at 8pm central time on AMC. »
Serratos first played 'Suzie Crabgrass' in the Nickelodeon series "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide" (2004-2007).
In 2011, Serratos appeared in 'The Black Keys' video for their song "Howlin' for You".
Serratos was cast as 'Rosita Espinosa' in the fourth season of AMC's series "The Walking Dead", debuting at the end of the 10th episode of the season, titled "Inmates".
She was promoted as a series regular going into Season 5 of the series.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Christian Serratos...
- Michael Stevens
A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars
The Performer | Andrew Lincoln
The Show | The Walking Dead
The Episode | “Try” (March 22, 2015)
The Performance | We always knew that Lincoln could play the living daylights out of anything that was thrown at him. But until this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, we didn’t realize that he could act his way from A to Z all within the span of a single hour.
Talk about a revelation! Early on in “Try,” the native of London revealed his character’s sweet, sensitive side during his interaction with (forbidden) love interest Jessie. »
The Atx Television Festival has announced the currently running shows that will be attending the event in Austin, Texas from June 4th to the 7th. The main highlight of the new entries is the presence of the FX series Justified. The appearance of the creators and castmembers at the Atx Festival will mark their first public interaction since the series finale airs in a few weeks, and will also give the show’s crew one more chance to go around the victory lap. Attendees have not been announced yet, but it has been confirmed that creator Graham Yost will be present.
Yost will also be on hand to discuss the show Boomtown, which he also created, and which will be part of a panel titled “Cancelled Too Soon”. Yost will be joined by numerous individuals involved in the show, including producer Jon Avnet and castmembers Neal McDonough, Mykelti Williamson, and Jason Gedrick. »
- Deepayan Sengupta
AMC has been working on "The Walking Dead" spin-off TV series that will fill in the details that the "The Walking Dead" didn't go into, like how the world got infected and is now filled with zombies. And now ahead of the Season 5 finale of "The Walking Dead," series creator Robert Kirkman officially announced the title of the spin-off series. "It's Official! The walking dead companion show on AMC is called Fear The Walking Dead!," he wrote on Twitter. Plot: Cliff Curtis (Gang Related) stars as Sean Cabrera, a teacher who shares a son with his ex-wife. Kim Dickens ("Sons of Anarchy") is set to co-star as Nancy, a guidance counselor who works at the school with Sean and is seeing him romantically. Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince) co-stars as Nancy's son Nick, who has battled a drug problem; and Alycia Debnam Carey (Into the Woods) is »
With Mad Men coming to a close, actor Jon Hamm will soon have more time on his hands to take on other roles, and in an interview with MTV to promote the final season of the show, Hamm was asked about playing the villain Negan in The Walking Dead.
“Robert, call me. Come on,” said Hamm, referring to The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman,. “I’ve met Robert many times, he’s a lovely guy. I think he’s done wonders with that show and I know it’s very close to him, obviously. I’m always very nervous about anything about anybody’s saying ‘do this or do that’. That’s why I’m always in a hundred things all the time, because I always say yes. I don’t know, we’ll see. It would be fun, that’s for sure.”
See Also: First look at The Walking Dead »
- Thomas Roach
Note: If you're not caught up with 'The Walking Dead' prior to the season finale, this column will contain spoilers. Of all the series I watch, The Walking Dead is one of the very small number that make me want to watch instantly. It's a series I've championed for ages and one I believe is unfairly left out of awards consideration — despite being one of television's most ambitious explorations of the human condition — merely because it has zombies in it and is thus a "genre" series. There's no reason The Walking Dead shouldn't be a regular threat in
- Tim Goodman
We’ve been wondering for weeks what the official title of “The Walking Dead’s” companion show is going to be, and now, thanks to comic creator Robert Kirkman on Twitter, we know! *Drumroll please* As has been hinted at for some… Continue Reading →
The post The Walking Dead Companion Series Gets an Official Title appeared first on Dread Central. »
- Debi Moore
The zombie serial has without a doubt penetrated society. It overtakes social media platforms every Sunday night. It infiltrates our cultural referencing (“That sweater is totally something Carol would wear – in Alexandria, of course!”). It has become a beacon of hope in a TV age awash with predictable procedurals – and now we’re in for a look at the rest of that unexplored apocalyptic terrain in… Fear The Walking Dead.
— Robert Kirkman (@RobertKirkman) March 27, 2015
It’s about time the show truly addressed our emotional responses to the swathes of walkers constantly killing our favorite characters week in, »
- Gem Seddon
"...the pilot directed by Adam Davidson reportedly titled "Fear The Walking Dead", is set in Los Angeles, during the time that 'Rick Grimes', star of "The Walking Dead", lies comatose in a hospital before the events of that series...a jump back in time to see how the world handled the 'walker' crisis while Rick was sleeping...Creator Robert Kirkman says the new show, about 'family' will be played by Kim Dickens ('Gone Girl'), Cliff Curtis ('Training Day'), Frank Dillane ('Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince') and Alycia Debnam Carey ('The 100').
"...the pilot will follow a male divorced teacher and a female guidance councillor trying to survive the zombie apocalypse.
"Dillane will play the drug-addled son of the guidance councillor and Debnam »
- Michael Stevens
While season five of The Walking Dead is coming to a close, there's no need for fans to despair. AMC has ordered not one, but two seasons of the upcoming spinoff, and this week, creator Robert Kirkman tweeted the news that the show will officially be called Fear the Walking Dead. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it's a prequel, though this hasn't been confirmed, and AMC is referring to it as a "companion series." While we wait for more details to be announced, here's everything we know about the show so far! Who is starring in it? Cliff Curtis (Gang Related) will play a teacher opposite Kim Dickens (House of Cards), who will play a fellow teacher he's dating. Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince) will play her son, and Alycia Debnam Carey (Into the Woods) will play her daughter. Where does it take place? The show is »
The fifth season of "The Walking Dead" comes to an end Sunday, and AMC will share the first ever look at the pilot presentation of the spinoff "Fear The Walking Dead" during “Talking Dead” this coming Sunday at 10:30pm Est. The series will star Cliff Curtis ("Missing", "Gang Related"), Kim Dickens ("Gone Girl", "Sons Of Anarchy"), Frank Dillane ("Harry Potter And The Half-blood Prince") and Alycia Debnam Carey ("Into The Storm"). AMC ordered two seasons of a spin-off series to be executive produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert. AMC president Charles Collier has stated that the series will explore “what was going on in other parts of the zombie apocalypse, and what it looked like as the world really did ‘turn.'” "Fear The Walking »
With the The Walking Dead season 5 finale right around the corner speculation is brewing on who will die in the final episode of the season. There has been lots of talk that Daryl Dixon dies in the finale. The official synopsis for Conquer Episode 16 is Daryl finds trouble while on a run Rick and the group feel like outsiders in Alexandria where trouble approaches the gates. That sure does not make things sound too good for Mr Dixon. »
Everyone binge watches “The Walking Dead,” even “Game of Thrones” author George Rr Martin. After recently power through a marathon of 14 episodes — during which Netflix no doubt passive-aggressively asked if he was still watching half a dozen times — Martin spoke with Entertainment Weekly about why America is in such shambles post-zombie outbreak. “Castles! Whatever is happening in the United States during “The Walking Dead,” I’m sure they’re a lot better off in England because they’re in castles. […] No way is a zombie [getting through]— medieval siege armies couldn’t break castles with conventional artillery, and zombies don’t use artillery. Zombies don’t build trebuchets. They don’t build siege towers. There is no way they can break into a well-defended castle.” Gif Credit: AMC This jives with the theory laid out by Max Brooks in “World War Z.” In the novel, the British Isles survive the undead outbreak mostly unscathed. »
- Donna Dickens
Back in January, a report surfaced that The Walking Dead spinoff would be called Fear the Walking Dead, although that title was never confirmed. Until today. The Walking Dead comic book creator Robert Kirkman took to his Twitter account, revealing that the spinoff series will in fact be called Fear the Walking Dead. This news comes just hours after we reported that the first trailer for the spinoff will air during Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead after-show Talking Dead.
It's worth noting that the January report also revealed that one of the main characters in Fear the Walking Dead will appear in a six-episode arc in The Walking Dead Season 6. However, that may not be the case, since the spinoff series is now set to debut this summer, months before Season 6 will air. Since we know that the first trailer for Fear the Walking Dead is debuting this weekend, »
Kirkman made the announcement via Twitter. The first one-hour installment of Fear The Walking Dead’s six-episode debut season will premiere late this summer, with the show’s sophomore season slated to air in 2016.
Set in Los Angeles, Fear The Walking Dead stars Cliff Curtis (Gang Related), Kim Dickens (Gone Girl), Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), and Alycia Debnam Carey (Into the Storm). The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero and David Alpert executive produce the companion series. Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on Fear The Walking Dead.
— Robert Kirkman (@RobertKirkman) March 27, 2015
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- Derek Anderson
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