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The Walking Dead Fans React To Season 9’s Time Jump

The first episode of the post-Rick Grimes era of The Walking Dead aired yesterday and fans were left enthralled as the ins and outs of the new status quo were revealed.

Following the twist ending of last week’s installment, the show jumped forward six years and episode 6, “Who Are You Now?” shocked viewers with the many changes that had taken place over that time.

To begin with, some were just taken aback by the cast’s new haircuts, as evidenced by these Tweets:

Michonne's new hairstyle = #TheWalkingDead pic.twitter.com/g8T11zfRhq

— Alexis Joestar (@LexiJoestar16) November 12, 2018

Carol out here looking like Gandalf #TheWalkingDead #DemDeadz pic.twitter.com/UL3VdNZ5TR

Lamont Price (@LPizzle) November 12, 2018

Meanwhile, others were shocked by Eugene’s new look and emboldened personality. Now sporting a beard, he started to open up about having feelings for Rosita and proved to be a lot braver
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Top 5 Questions from Last Night’s Episode of The Walking Dead

When The Walking Dead aired on AMC last night, only a week had passed since Rick Grimes was kidnapped as part of Jadis’s slave trade, but six years had passed for the residents of Alexandria, The Kingdom, and The Hilltop. And while there are signs that things are thriving in some places, there’s also a […]

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Who is Angel Theory on The Walking Dead? Meet actress and dancer behind Kelly

Angel Theory is on The Walking Dead as new character Kelly. She is part of the new group that was saved by Judith Grimes in the final episode that Andrew Lincoln took part in. On the November 11 episode, the character of Kelly was fleshed out a bit more, as the new group had a subplot of its own within the show. Would they be granted entrance at Alexandria? Michonne is now in charge, following the disappearance of Rick Grimes, and she runs things a bit differently. Who plays Kelly on The Walking Dead? Angel Theory is a 19-year-old actress […]

The post Who is Angel Theory on The Walking Dead? Meet actress and dancer behind Kelly appeared first on Monsters and Critics.
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Michelle Obama Delivers ABC’s Most Watched Sunday This Season

  • Deadline
Against NFL’s Cowboy-Eagles play and AMC’s The Walking Dead, former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Becoming Michelle special handed ABC its most watched Sunday this season with a five-month total-viewer high in the 9 Pm hour.

Becoming Michelle – A First Lady’s Journey, a 20/20 special, performed in line with timeslot regular Shark Tank in the demo.

ABC yanked The Alec Baldwin Show from its 10 Pm hour; last night Country Music’s Biggest Stars followed Michelle Obama’s interview, more than doubling Baldwin’s previous Sunday overall audience and improving the demo by 1/10th.

Michelle Obama’s sit-down built on its lead-in, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors which settled for its lowest yet numbers. ABC kicked off the night with America’s Funniest Home Videos.

CBS’s NFL overrun created usual big gains early in the night, though results may be inflated due to an 8-minute-past-half-hour football overrun.
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‘Sunday Night Football’ Ratings Down From Last Week, Up From 2017

  • Deadline
America’s team clipped the high hopes of the defending Super Bowl champions on Sunday Night Football, but the weekly NFL game delivered a mixed result for the league and NBC.

In a season-saving Week 10 victory, the Dallas Cowboys beat the inconsistent Philadelphia Eagles 27-20 in the City of Brotherly Love on the Comcast-owned network’s flagship pro football show. Ezekiel Elliott propelled the win that the Jerry Jones-owned Texas crew needed.

25 touches.

187 yards from scrimmage.

Two touchdowns.@EzekielElliott went Off on #Snf! #DallasCowboys pic.twitter.com/mLPOosyKTK

NFL (@NFL) November 12, 2018

However, in another final tally, the big-draw matchup split the difference in the ratings, drawing a 13.3/22 in metered market results as the NFL attempts to maintain traction over last year’s ratings struggles.

Now, even with the Cowboys’ nationwide fanbase, no one really expected last night’s Snf to top the ratings wattage of the superstar quarterback
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Promo and clip for The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 – ‘Stradivarius’

AMC has released a promo and sneak peek clip for the seventh episode of The Walking Dead season 9, entitled ‘Stradivarius’; watch them here…

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Carol seeks out an old friend living alone in a wilderness teeming with walkers; survivors make the perilous trek to a new home.

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The Walking Dead season 9 airs on Sundays in the Us and on Mondays in the UK.

The post Promo and clip for The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 7 – ‘Stradivarius’ appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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The Walking Dead's Huge Season 9 Changes Explained

The Walking Dead's Huge Season 9 Changes Explained
Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes might be gone (for now), but The Walking Dead continues. In the first post-Rick episode, the AMC drama revealed what life is like for your favorite zombie apocalypse survivors six years in the future. The new normal for the gang includes Daryl (Norman Reedus) living in exile, Carol (Melissa McBride) ruling the Kingdom with her king, Ezekiel (Khary Payton), Michonne (Danai Gurira) governing Alexandria and raising not one, but two kids, and one of those kids, Judith Grimes (Cailey Fleming), is building a secret friendship with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Say what?! It's a brand-new era for the nine-year-old show. "We talked a lot about the philosophies we have seen from these...
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'The Walking Dead' Puts Another Branch on the Grimes Family Tree

'The Walking Dead' Puts Another Branch on the Grimes Family Tree
The Walking Dead fans have an all-new Judith Grimes, thanks to the massive time jump following Andrew Lincoln's exit from the series — and she's not the only child kicking around Rick's old household.

In the first full post-time jump episode of the season, "Who Are You Now," newcomer Magna (Nadia Hilker) comes to visit Michonne (Danai Gurira) in the night, potentially with the intention of fighting her way into staying in Alexandria. Magna sets aside any killer instincts when she sees something that neither she nor the audience expects: Michonne with a small boy, no more than ...
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He’ll Show Up in Movies but Rick Will Never Return to The Walking Dead—Never Ever

They say to never say “never” but Andrew Lincoln has confirmed to multiple sources that he’s never going to return to The Walking Dead TV series on AMC. Last week was Rick Grime’s final episode, but it didn’t end in the character’s death. Instead, Rich was spirited away in a helicopter as part of Jadis’s […]

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‘The Walking Dead’ time jump: Do you love the new Rick-less timeline? [Poll]

‘The Walking Dead’ time jump: Do you love the new Rick-less timeline? [Poll]
The first post-Andrew Lincoln episode of “The Walking Dead” aired Sunday night on AMC, as fans got to see how the world has changed following a six-year time jump. Rick’s daughter Judith is now a 10-year-old ass-kicker played by Cailey Fleming, but she’s not the only character who’s evolved since we saw them last. Do you love the new Rick-less timeline set in the future, or do you wish the show had stayed put in the past? Vote in our poll below for the episode “Who Are You Now?”

See‘The Walking Dead’ episode 6 recap: Top 5 most shocking moments from ‘Who Are You Now?’ include a dangerous new enemy

Some time in the past six years King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) finally convinced a now white-haired Carol (Melissa McBride) to marry him, which essentially makes her the Queen of The Kingdom. They also adopted the young orphan boy,
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5 Horror Sequels With Surprisingly Famous Stars

Good news for fans of pint-sized horror – The Boy is getting a sequel. And surprisingly it stars Katie Holmes.

With all due respect to original lead Lauren Cohan, this is heavyweight casting. Cohan gave a strong performance and is world famous through The Walking Dead. But you’d kinda expect things to be the other way around for The Boy 2, right?

There must be something that drew Holmes to the follow-up – guess we’ll find out when it lands. In the meantime here are some other cases of big names who raised eyebrows appearing down the list of a fearsome franchise…

5. Michael Caine – Jaws The Revenge (1987)

Let’s start with one of the most famous pieces of casting in horror history. The great Roy Scheider starred in the first two Jaws movies (reluctantly in the case of the 2nd).

But for some reason, the franchise’s biggest name appeared in Part 4… Michael Caine!
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Watch The Walking Dead Online: Season 9 Episode 6

Was the new group filled with villains or heroes?

That's what the survivors had to conclude on The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 6 when a new team showed up under the guise that they wanted to find a steady home.

Watch The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 6 Online

Meanwhile, Michonne's turn as sheriff made her question her future as Judith continued to grow up before her very eyes. 

Also, Carol made a decision about her relationship with Ezekiel. 

Use the video above to watch The Walking Dead online right here via TV Fanatic. 

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TV Review: The Walking Dead - Season 9, Episode 6

  • JoBlo
Season 9, Episode 6: Who Are You Now? Plot: Six years after the previous episode, the people of Alexandria have to decide whether or not to accept a new group of survivors into their community. Review: Just when I was wondering how AMC's The Walking Dead could continue, and if it should, without the presence of Rick Grimes, the man we followed into this world eight years ago, last week's…
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Promo For Next Week’s Walking Dead Teases A Dangerous Journey

So, that was the first episode of The Walking Dead in the post-Rick Grimes era of the show we now live in. Following on from the twist ending of last week, episode 6 “Who Are You Now?” continued the story 6 years after Andrew Lincoln’s disappearance, as our heroes encounter a new group of survivors and have to decide whether they can trust them or not.

Now that we’ve been introduced to this rebooted status quo, we’ll get to explore the fresh set-up a bit more in episode 7, titled “Stradavarius.” The synopsis – seen below – teases the characters venturing off to new pastures, as well as a reunion of old friends, albeit in a dangerous environment.

“Carol seeks out an old friend living alone in a wilderness teeming with walkers; survivors make the perilous trek to a new home.”

We’ve heard a lot of good things about this
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The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 6 Review: Who Are You Now?

The Whisperers have arrived!

The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 6 acted not only as an introduction to a new timeline, fresh characters, and new antagonist, but it also gave us a glimpse into how the series plans to push forward without Rick.

And if "Who Are You Now?" is any indication of what's to come for the remainder of the season and beyond, we're going to be in a for one hell of a ride.

While there were numerous surprises and developments, what was perhaps the most interesting was how Rick's presence was not missed one bit. And that is very telling in and of itself.

In Rick's absence, the rest of the cast has been able to step into the spotlight, and thus actually become relevant again.

Granted, it's only one episode, but the fact that The Walking Dead has found a way to continue telling compelling stories without its
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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: New Faces Create New Problems (Spoilers)

  • Variety
‘Walking Dead’ Recap: New Faces Create New Problems (Spoilers)
Spoiler Alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen Episode 6 of Season 9 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Who Are You Now?”

The post-Rick Grimes world of “The Walking Dead” came into focus with this week’s episode, introducing several new characters while offering a fresh look at some old ones.

Years have passed since Rick’s apparent death at the bridge. Michonne (Danai Gurira) now stands by the edge of the water, talking as if she were talking to Rick. As she does, the episode flashes to people like Daryl (Norman Reedus), who is now living a solitary life in the wilderness; Carol (Melissa McBride), who is rocking a new hairdo while serving as Ezekiel’s “queen” at the Kingdom; and Michonne herself, who is seen scavenging an abandoned vehicle. There she finds a figurine of an old West sheriff who looks an awful lot like Rick.
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Who Are You Now’ Leaps Forward, but Is a Step Back in Quality

‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Who Are You Now’ Leaps Forward, but Is a Step Back in Quality
[Editor’s note: Spoilers follow for “The Walking Dead” Season 9, Episode 6, “Who Are You Now.”]

This Week On “The Walking Dead

Last week’s episode ended with such promise: Rick had been written off to go star in movies and the timeline jumped a significant number of years. What effect would the intervening years have on our heroes? Would their nascent society take hold? What new adventures would await them? Sadly, the answers to those questions are, “Very little,” “Kind of,” and “The exact adventures they’ve always had, except Rick’s gone.” It’s still a tad too early to declare the big time jump a colossal misfire, but “Who Are You Now” does not engender confidence.

Man Is The True Monster

The primary issue with “Who Are You Now” is that Michonne is now the knee-jerk xenophobe, immediately distrustful of the newbies Judith has saved in the wilderness. This is particularly distressing because before Rick’s disappearance,
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‘The Walking Dead’ episode 6 recap: Top 5 most shocking moments from ‘Who Are You Now?’ include a dangerous new enemy

‘The Walking Dead’ episode 6 recap: Top 5 most shocking moments from ‘Who Are You Now?’ include a dangerous new enemy
The Walking Dead” leaps six years into the future with the sixth episode of Season 9. “Who are You Now?” marked the first episode without Rick Grimes at the lead. The family of survivors he left behind have forged ahead. Judith (Cailey Fleming) is older and headstrong like her dad, Aaron (Ross Marquand) has a new metal prosthetic arm, Ezekiel (Khary Payton) finally married his queen, and Alexandria is expanding with new farmlands and the windmill that was foreshadowed in the retooled opening sequence. Below, explore the five most shocking moments of “Who Are You Now?” which include friendly and terrifying new faces.

On Trial

Despite harsh rules on outsiders, Judith is insistent that Magna (Nadia Hilker) and her group must be admitted to Alexandria. Michonne (Danai Gurira) is resistant and Magna herself is hesitant due to previous settlements that have fallen. Eventually, everyone agrees to a hearing and subsequent vote on the newcomers.
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‘Walking Dead': Here’s What You Need to Know About That Talking Zombie

‘Walking Dead': Here’s What You Need to Know About That Talking Zombie
(Spoilers ahead for the Nov. 11 episode of “The Walking Dead” on AMC)

It was not the most incredibly eventful episode of “The Walking Dead” this week, aside from the talking zombie that we’ll get to in a moment. But that was by design — with Rick out of the picture and a multi-year time skip occurring, the show needed a minute to establish the new status quo.

And the writers did exactly that by showing us Alexandria through the eyes of a bunch of new folks — Magna and her friends seeking asylum and the residents discussing whether to grant it.

But the episode also steered the show toward its next big extended plot line via a story thread that seemed oddly out of place at first. That thread involved Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) trying to use the radio to find more survivors, and Rosita (Christian Serratos) and Eugene (Josh McDermitt) going
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The Walking Dead Strides Fearlessly Into the Future in Its First Post-Rick Grimes Episode

It's rare to have an episode of The Walking Dead as packed with story as this week's, but "Who Are You Now?" was something like a pilot episode for The Walking Dead: Six Years Gone, a new sequel series where Michonne (Danai Gurira) and Judith (Cailey Fleming) have replaced Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and

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