Not that we should be altogether surprised that AMC continues to grasp at straws following the imminent end of 'Breaking Bad,' 'Mad Men''s final season in the coming year, and the sputtering of 'Low Winter Sun,' but 'The Walking Dead' has officially spawned as well. AMC will develop a "companion series" spinoff to the monster drama focusing on a different corner of the zombie apocalypse, so what do we know thus far?
Much like the final episodes of 'Breaking Bad,' AMC continues to keep a tight lid on 'The Walking Dead' season 4, even with the new promos. The latest to arrive with Sunday's 'Breaking Bad' episode, "Rabid Dog," offers a tantalizing tidbit, as a frightened voice begs for help! Who from Rick's group might be in trouble this season, or is there a new mystery afoot?
We've always enjoyed comparing 'The Walking Dead' to its comic roots, something originally thought to be made difficult by season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs" incorporating one of the largest deviations yet. As we approach season 4 however, executive producers have revealed that an upcoming episode will unfold almost "verbatim" from the books, while another may see the Governor more closely resembling his literary counterpart as well!
Fans of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' were surprised enough that David Morrissey's villainous Governor survived the year to menace Rick Grimes again in season 4, but has a new casting confirmed the Governor's number to be up? Morrissey has officially joined upcoming AMC sci-fi pilot 'Line of Sight' in a leading role, and something tells us even the Governor can't be two places at once! Well, without a sword, anyway.
We barely had time to reassemble our faces in the time after Sunday's 'Breaking Bad' episode, "Confessions," but our first look at new footage from 'The Walking Dead' season 4 shambled out in a special sneak peek broadcast during an all-new episode of 'Low Winter Sun!' Horses are galloped, guns are grabbed, and Michonne means business, but what do we learn from the new footage?
The internet has made no secret of its frustration for moving 'Breaking Bad' previews of next week's episode from the end of the hour to midway through 'Low Winter Sun,' but it seems the drama network has a much better ploy to get eyes on its critically-cooling crime drama: A new trailer for 'The Walking Dead' season 4!
Even though 'The Walking Dead' season 4 previewed its longest and most epic trailer yet at Comic-Con 2013, we don't quite have a handle on the direction AMC's horror thriller will take this year, compared to the more apparent mile markers of last year's prison-Woodbury arc. Say no more, as AMC and the cast and creators of the hit series have stepped up for an inside look into season 4, and a tease of the big new villains!
From the moment fans of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' realized The Governor would live through season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs" and menace Rick Grimes another day, questions arose how and when David Morrissey's character would return in season 4. This past weekend's epic Comic-Conseason 4 trailer left out the character entirely, so how will The Governor return when the new season starts this fall?
Although many fans would agree that the third season of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' ended with a bit of a whimper, the trailer for the fourth season has arrived and gotten us excited all over again. Straight out of Comic-Con 2013 (read our coverage of the show's panel right here), the trailer has everything you'd want from this show: sweaty people screaming in southern accents, zombies munching on the flesh of the living, and all kinds of harrowing and morally grey situations.
We're going to see a lot of 'The Walking Dead' season 4 over the next few days from Comic-Con 2013, including a full trailer from the panel, but why not check out one of the new characters days in advance? The first photo of new series regular Lawrence Gilliard Jr. as comic character Bob Stookey has emerged, but what about the character will end up different from the books?
Michonne may be on a horse from what we've seen of 'The Walking Dead' season 4, but she's also on a mission. That's what series creator Robert Kirkman had to say about the new season of AMC's monster thriller debuting this fall, among tantalizing previews of The Governor's return, comic-adapted character Bob Stookey, and what could surprisingly end up the most comic-faithful season of 'The Walking Dead' yet!
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