The Walking Dead

‘The Walking Dead’ SDCC press conference: The top 8 things we learned

The Walking Dead cast and creative team rocked their San Diego Comic-Con panel earlier today. We caught up with them at the press conference later on, and got a few extra details about season 7.

SDCC: ‘The Walking Dead’s Rick is safe, but who else will survive?

The Walking Dead cast lined up at San-Diego Comic-Con, only this time not on their knees with a bat looming over them. The question of the hour is who will survive Negan’s wrath?

‘The Walking Dead’ season 7 trailer, premiere date revealed at SDCC! Watch now

The Walking Dead season 7 cast and creative team was treated to a packed house in Hall H when they hosted their annual panel Friday.

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ teases season 2B at SDCC

Fear the Walking Dead season 2B promises more turmoil for the group as they reassess their roles as parents, children, and survivors.

‘Gotham’ season 3 adds Benedict Samuel as Mad Hatter

Benedict Samuel, who played the Owen on The Walking Dead, has joined the cast of Gotham season 3 as Mad Hatter!

‘The Walking Dead’ season 7 releases first poster: Kneel before him!

The final scene of The Walking Dead season 6 is front and center in the first poster for TWD season 7.

‘Walking Dead’ season 7 promotes 4 cast members to series regulars — including Negan (gulp)

Four characters who joined The Walking Dead last year are being upgraded to series regulars for season 7, meaning they’ll have a larger presence in the new episodes.

‘Walking Dead’ season 7 shot 11 character death scenes to prevent Negan spoilers

The answer to who Negan and Lucille kill in The Walking Dead TV series as retribution for Rick’s mistakes is one of the biggest questions we have about the fall 2016 season, and it looks like TWD showrunners are going to extraordinary lengths to keep it under lock and key.

‘Walking Dead’ creator disses George R.R. Martin for letting HBO’s ‘Thrones’ surpass him

The Walking Dead comic creator Robert Kirkman, who executive produces the wildly successful AMC adaptation of the same name, thinks George R.R. Martin shouldn’t have let HBO get ahead of his story.