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Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 15 Review: I Lose People...

Man the lifeboats, because this season feels like a sinking ship!

On Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 15, Morgan and the group's hope was tested, while Alicia and Charlie searched for a way to help John and Strand. Oh, and Martha was still on her ridiculous, vengeful quest to make the "weak" strong.

It boggles my mind how a season that began with such promise could devolve into such a muddled and mediocre mess in a matter of episodes. 

I've usually been one to praise Fear the Walking Dead for its tighter focus due to its smaller group of characters. But it seems that this season is falling into the same patterns that have plagued The Walking Dead in recent seasons.

Inconsistent writing is mostly to blame, as this season might have tried to introduce more characters than it knew how to handle. That leads me to the other issue
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"The Walking Dead's" Scott Gimple Calls Rick and Michonne's Final Season as a Couple "Remarkable"

Though it’s "Grey’s Anatomy" that’s officially heading into a Season of Love, that doesn’t mean that "The Walking Dead" can’t get a little romantic, too. So before Andrew Lincoln takes his leave during Season 9, the AMC drama is going to seize the opportunity to play up Rick’s relationship with Michonne.

“[Their connection] is deeper now,” previews Scott Gimple, chief content officer for all things Dead. Battling Negan and the Saviors, “they went through a remarkably intense thing together. She was there for him in so many different ways, and the things she ultimately led him to do were so important."
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TV Bits: Chris Evans Heads to Apple, ‘Modern Family’ Season 11, ‘Lore’ Season 2, Adam Sandler’s Stand-Up Special, and More

TV Bits: Chris Evans Heads to Apple, ‘Modern Family’ Season 11, ‘Lore’ Season 2, Adam Sandler’s Stand-Up Special, and More
In this edition of TV bits: Chris Evans will star in an Apple TV show. Modern Family will probably get an eleventh season. Watch a creepy new trailer for Amazon’s Lore. Go behind-the-scenes of Netflix’s The Good Cop. The Deuce has been renewed for a third and final season. A new teaser for The Walking Dead season […]

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Dietland: Season One Ratings

Other than The Walking Dead, AMC doesn't have any other unqualified hits that would be guaranteed renewal on broadcast network television. In fact, the cable network's second highest performer is the prequel, Fear the Walking Dead, which always runs a distant second to the original, in the Nielsen ratings race. Suffice it to say, the network could use a big hit. Enter the Dietland TV show. Does this new series, from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and UnREAL executive producer Marti Noxon have more staying power than the average dieter? Will Dietland be cancelled or renewed for season two on AMC? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

An AMC comedy-drama, Dietland stars Joy Nash, Julianna Margulies, Robin Weigert, Adam Rothenberg, Tamara Tunie, Erin Darke, Rowena King, Will Seefried, Ricardo Davila, Tramel Tillman, Campbell Scott, Alanna Ubach, Kelly Hu, Marc Blucas, Ami Sheth, and Jen Ponton. The
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Laurie Holden Joins Proven Innocent Cast as Kelsey Grammer's Wife

Laurie Holden Joins Proven Innocent Cast as Kelsey Grammer's Wife
Laurie Holden is heading to court… just on TV, though. The former Walking Dead star is joining the cast of the upcoming Fox legal drama Proven Innocent to play the on-screen wife of Kelsey Grammer, our sister site Deadline is reporting.

In what’s being called a “significant recurring” role, Holden will play Greta Bellows, the conniving wife of Grammer’s hard-nosed state’s attorney Gore Bellows. “She is shrewd and sexy; a Lady Macbeth type,” per the official description. “Smooth and driven, she’s got her eyes on the prize and wants her husband to win the Attorney General race,
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‘Proven Innocent’: Laurie Holden Joins New Fox Legal Drama Series As Recurring

  • Deadline
‘Proven Innocent’: Laurie Holden Joins New Fox Legal Drama Series As Recurring
Coming off a key recurring role on The Americans, Laurie Holden is set for the another major recurring part opposite Kelsey Grammer on Fox’s new legal drama series Proven Innocent, from Empire co-creator Danny Strong and writer David Elliott.

Written by Elliott, Proven Innocent follows a criminal defense firm led by Madeline Scott (Rachelle Lefevre), a fierce and uncompromising lawyer with a hunger for justice.

Holden will play Greta Bellows, the wife of Gore Bellows (Grammer), the hard-as-nails and tough-on-crime state’s attorney. She is shrewd and sexy, a Lady Macbeth type. Smooth and driven, she’s got her eyes on the prize and wants her husband to win the Attorney General race, possibly even more than he does.

Also co-starring in the series are Russell Hornsby, Vincent Kartheiser, Riley Smith, Nikki M. James and Clare O’Connor.

From 20th Century Fox Television and Danny Strong Productions, Proven Innocent,
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Mayans M.C. Búho/Muwan full recap: Angel Reyes makes a dead end deal

The Mayans M.C. universe continues to expand with the introduction of new factions and unexpected plot twists in Búho/Muwan. Directed by Guy Ferland, Búho/Muwan closely follows the blueprint established by Norberto Barba in the previous two episodes. Ferland enters episode three of Mayans M.C. with extensive knowledge of the universe created by Kurt Sutter, maintaining the familiar look and feel expected of the motorcycle drama series. Here is our full recap of Búho/Muwan. Adelita has moved the rebel camp Episode 3 opens as an owl overlooks the Los Olvidados campsite. The orphan children play and even receive […]

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Update: Telltale Games reportedly closing down after mass layoffs

The Verge is reporting that Telltale Games – the company behind hit episodic video game titles such as The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Minecraft: Story Mode, Game of Thrones and Batman – could be set to close its doors.

According to reports, Telltale laid off the majority of its staff today, reportedly without any severance pay, leaving just a small team of around 25 employees remaining with the company. This follows previous layoffs back in November of last year, where around 25% of the workforce was let go.

While Telltale is yet to make any kind of statement or response to the rumours, subsequent reports are claiming that development has ceased on The Wolf Among Us 2 and Stranger Things, and Telltale will shut down following the release of the last episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season.

Update: Telltale’s CEO Pete Hawley has now released a statement confirming the layoffs
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New TV Spot For The Walking Dead Season 9 - It's The Start of a Whole New World

AMC is making big future plans for The Walking Dead franchise as they are currently planning for a whole other decade for it that will include new spinoff shows and even movies. Before we get to any of that, though, The Walking Dead Season 9 is set to debut next month and today we have a new TV spot to share with you! It offers a little bit more insight into what’s in store for the characters that have survived this long.

One thing that the trailer puts a focus on is the fact that this is the start of a whole new world. The question is… what is that new world going to look like in the future? One thing is for sure, it’s not going to include Rick Grimes. It seems like people aren’t too happy with him. I’m really interesting in seeing how this
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"The Walking Dead" - More New Footage

Sneak Peek more new footage, plus images from "The Walking Dead" Season 9, returning October 7, 2018 on AMC, that will see the exit of both 'Maggie' (Lauren Cohan) and 'Rick' ( Andrew Lincoln):

"...'All Out War' with 'Negan' came to a conclusion in the season eight finale...

"...but passed without any major casualties after 'Rick' saved Negan to keep him prisoner...

"...despite cutting his throat.

"Chandler Riggs exited as 'Carl' in the midseason premiere...

"...Steven Ogg as 'Simon' was killed by Negan...

"...and Lennie James as 'Morgan' crossed over into the series 'Fear the Walking Dead'.

"Lauren Cohan returns as 'Maggie', as well as Andrew Lincoln ('Rick')...

"...Norman Reedus ('Daryl'), Danai Gurira ('Michonne'), Melissa McBride ('Carol')...

"...Alanna Masterson ('Tara'), Christian Serratos ('Rosita'), Josh McDermitt ('Eugene'), Seth Gilliam ('Gabriel'), Ross Marquand ('Aaron') and Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan.

"Avi Nash ('Siddiq') and Callan McAuliffe ('Alden') have also
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Doctor Who Star Debunks Rumors Of Captain Jack’s Return

Whether it’s the fresh-faced companions or the fact that Jodie Whittaker is about to make history as the first female Time Lord (and not a moment too soon), it’s becoming increasingly clear that the BBC and series showrunner Chris Chibnall are aiming for a totally new interpretation of the Doctor Who we know and love.

So when Internet scuttlebutt indicates that John Barrowman may be returning as Captain Jack Harkness, it’s best to treat those rumors with heightened caution. And sure enough, reports of Barrowman holding a secret role in Doctor Who season 11 have been greatly exaggerated – to the point where current star Shaun Dooley had to come out and debunk them via Twitter.

This all began when the BBC dropped a cryptic nighttime shot of Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor in action alongside Graham (Bradley Walsh). The duo just so happened to be joined by a third
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Cable Ratings: American Horror Story Plunges, Mayans M.C. Stabilizes

American Horror Story: Apocalypse did not get off to the best of starts last week, and the ratings dipped even further this week. 

American Horror Story Season 8 Episode 2 slumped over 25 percent week-to-week, averaging 2.2 million viewers and a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49. 

While the erosion is apparent, the show still managed to emerge as the highest-rated show in the 10/9c slot in the demo. 

But with premiere week just a few days away, it's difficult to imagine the ratings holding up against stiffer competition. 

The good news is that the show still plays well on the DVR front. According to FX, American Horror Story Season 8 Episode 1's numbers ballooned to 5.7 million total viewers. 

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3.5 million of which were in the advertiser-craved 18-49 demo. What's more, it was cable's second-most-watched program of the year in both the demo and total viewers. 

Only The Walking Dead beat it.
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Preview: Thought Bubble 2018

UK comic con Thought Bubble started life in November 2007 as a one-day event in the basement of Leeds Town Hall and has grown in status and stature over the years. The festival celebrates the full breadth of sequential art as an important cultural art form – from comic art, illustration and storytelling to graphic novels, posters and animation.

We’ve attended the event for a number of years; with one of our team, Jack Kirby, even attending as a creator with his book Aliens in the Outfield – check out our coverage of Thought Bubble 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 – but distant and time have put a kibosh on being there the past couple of years. However that doesn’t stop us from previewing the event and letting you know what to expect should you be in Leeds this weekend…

Now in its twelfth year, Thought Bubble is the largest event of its kind in the UK,
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Scandal Reunion: Bellamy Young Set to Charm Scott Foley on Whiskey Cavalier

Scandal Reunion: Bellamy Young Set to Charm Scott Foley on Whiskey Cavalier
Two of Scandal‘s greatest running mates-turned-nemeses will soon come face to face, albeit in a very different setting, when Bellamy Young guest stars on Scott Foley‘s upcoming ABC drama series Whiskey Cavalier. TVLine has confirmed that the actress formerly known as Mellie Grant will play Karen Pappas, “the gorgeous widow of a nefarious Greek shipping magnate who dazzles agent Will Chase (Foley), promising romance, espionage and more.”

Whiskey Cavalier, which also stars The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan, is described as a “high-octane, hour-long action dramedy that follows the adventures of tough but tender FBI super-agent Will Chase
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The Walking Dead will keep shambling along forever, either as new shows or spin-off movies

  • The AV Club
In news that seems like a perfect metaphor for a zombie show, AMC has teased that it’s working on a plan to keep The Walking Dead going—in one form or another—forever. That comes from Bloomberg, which says AMC is talking with “several large media companies” about plans to keep The Walking Dead brand alive for “another…
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‘Dietland’ Canceled By AMC After One Season

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‘Dietland’ Canceled By AMC After One Season
AMC has opted not to order a second season of Dietland.

The network of The Walking Dead and Better Call Saul took a swing with the female-centric Dietland, starring Joy Nash and Julianna Margulies, but the series had a hard time drawing a wide audience. The network tried different options of keeping the show alive but in the end pulled the plug.

Season 1 averaged a paltry 203k adults 18-49 in live+3 ratings. It started with 262k in adults 18-49 for the premiere, slipping to a 158k in 18-49 for the finale.

“‘Dietland’ is bold, original and brave. We are beyond proud of our partnership with Marti Noxon, Joy Nash, Juliana Margulies, Skydance and everyone else involved in bringing Sarai Walker’s story to the screen. Similarly, Aisha Tyler and our friends at Embassy Row delivered a unique companion show that led with fresh voices and important topics. “’Dietland’ garnered critical
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‘Dietland’ Canceled After One Season at AMC

  • Variety
‘Dietland’ Canceled After One Season at AMC
Dietland” has been canceled at AMC after one season.

The series starring Joy Nash and Julianna Margulies was a hit with many critics but drew a small audience that declined over the show’s 10-episode run, which ended in August. Marti Noxon shepherded the adaptation of Sarai Walker’s 2015 novel as executive producer and showrunner for Skydance Television.

AMC had high hopes for the show that revolved around themes of beauty and female empowerment. The cabler also carried a companion after-show, “Unapologetic,” hosted by Aisha Tyler.

“‘Dietland’ is bold, original and brave. We are beyond proud of our partnership with Marti Noxon, Joy Nash, Juliana Margulies, Skydance and everyone else involved in bringing Sarai Walker’s story to the screen,” AMC said in a statement. “Similarly, Aisha Tyler and our friends at Embassy Row delivered a unique companion show that led with fresh voices and important topics. ‘Dietland’ garnered critical
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Enter a Horror-Themed Amusement Park in Our Exclusive Hell Fest Clip and Poster

"Fun going in. Hell getting out." A masked killer transforms a horror-themed amusement park into his own blood-stained carnival of terror and torment in the new movie Hell Fest, and ahead of the film's September 28th theatrical release from CBS Films and Lionsgate, we've been provided with an exclusive clip and poster to share with Daily Dead readers!

You can watch the mysterious murderer don his mask and grab a sharp weapon in our exclusive clip below, which is also accompanied by an exclusive poster for Hell Fest.

Directed by Gregory Plotkin (the editor of Get Out and Happy Death Day) and produced by Gale Anne Hurd (AMC's The Walking Dead), Hell Fest stars the aforementioned Amy Forsyth, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Reign Edwards, Christian James, Roby Attal, Matt Mercurio, and Tony Todd.

Before it's released in Us theaters on September 28th from CBS Films and Lionsgate, you can experience immersive
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‘Walking Dead’ Movies and More Spin-Offs in the Works at AMC

‘Walking Dead’ Movies and More Spin-Offs in the Works at AMC
The Walking Dead will never die. Not if AMC has anything to say about it, at least. The network has a 10-year plan to pump out several Walking Dead movies that would then be spun-off into new TV shows. In short, not even a headshot can put down this zombie franchise. More on the potential Walking Dead […]

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Walking Dead Movies Confirmed to Be in Development

We recently learned that AMC is planning for another decade of The Walking Dead. We knew that would involve more spinoff shows and speculated that it might involve movies. Now, it’s been confirmed that Walking Dead movies are a part of the plan! Bloomberg reports the following:

“The company, which owns the popular zombie-apocalypse series, plans to produce multiple movies and new TV shows based on the graphic novels that spawned the series, according to people familiar with the plans. AMC has talked to several large media companies about partnering on the projects, which collectively could cost several hundred million dollars.”

There are also rumors going around that Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes will return and be the focus for one of these feature films that they are developing. That would be pretty awesome if it turned out to be true.

I never thought that they would kill off
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