AMC

‘Walking Dead’ Teases Carol on the Warpath in New ‘Bury Me Here’ Clip
‘Walking Dead’ Teases Carol on the Warpath in New ‘Bury Me Here’ Clip
The Walking Dead gave us what could prove Season 7's last moments of levity with Rick and Michonne’s “Say Yes” supply run, and Carol is looking anything but agreeable in the first footage from next week’s “Bury Me Here.” Check out the first clip, as Morgan seems to be missing, while another preview suggest Ezekiel finally has his reasons to fight back.
‘The Walking Dead’ Would Need a Standalone Special to Feature Snow
‘The Walking Dead’ Would Need a Standalone Special to Feature Snow
Seven seasons in, we’re used to the sweat-drenched aesthetic of AMC’s The Walking Dead, given summer shoots and the Atlanta climate. Said schedule has never allowed The Walking Dead to film in truly cold, even snowy conditions, as frequently seen in the comics, for which producers discuss the potential for a standalone episode filmed in winter.
Andrew Lincoln Says ‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Will Make More Sense When It’s Over
Andrew Lincoln Says ‘Walking Dead’ Season 7 Will Make More Sense When It’s Over
Let’s be honest: even the most diehard of Walking Dead fans would admit to tough going through the first half of Season 7, between all its brutality, and unease with seeing Rick so utterly broken. We’ve heard Andrew Lincoln promising a brighter future ahead, though the actor now acknowledges some fan frustration, promising “this season made a lot more sense once we got the last roll of film in the can.”
‘Better Call Saul’ May Have Shot Jesse Pinkman’s Return, Says Aaron Paul
‘Better Call Saul’ May Have Shot Jesse Pinkman’s Return, Says Aaron Paul
The third season of Better Call Saul couldn’t help leaning into the announcement of its biggest Breaking Bad cameo to date, but don’t think stars Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul will ever stop teasing their own returns. The latter even suggests that Jesse Pinkman might already have shot a Season 3 appearance, but how?

Load More Articles