Chris Hardwick will return as host of AMC’s “Talking Dead” series following an investigation into allegations that he was abusive to former girlfriend Chloe Dykstra. Hardwick will return as host of “The Walking Dead” and “Fear the Walking Dead” aftershow as of Aug. 12 for the “Fear the Walking Dead” midseason premiere. He was suspended […]
Yvette Nicole Brown, who is replacing Chris Hardwick as the moderator for two AMC panels at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, said that she is not angling for the host’s job and tweeted that she is just “filling in for a friend, which I have done before.”
Jenna Elfman made her debut on 'Fear the Walking Dead' and she couldn't be more different than the free-spirited yoga instructor that made her famous in 'Dharma & Greg.'
Season 3 of "Fear the Walking Dead" has ended and so have the lives of some of the show's beloved characters.
Warning: This interview for the Season 3 finale of 'Fear the Walking Dead' contains spoilers.
On the midseason premiere of "Fear the Walking Dead," Walker’s people moved to the ranch. But there was a huge problem: They didn’t even have enough water for the people who were were already on the ranch.
'Fear The Walking Dead' continues its best season yet on Sunday when the final eight episodes of Season 3 kick off with a power struggle at Broke Jaw Ranch.
To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo TV will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. Better Call Saul is the Breaking Bad prequel, but The Walking Dead is Breaking Bad’s sequel?! In honor of San Diego Comic-Con, which is all about the fans, and the “Old Man Rick” theories about the newly-released Season 8 trailer, we’re rounding up a selection of our favorite TWD TV series fan theories, including those, ahem, very imaginative aforementioned suppositions.
While fans were treated to a double dose of zombie fun, they were also forced to swallow the bitter truth that one of the main characters is no more.
Sure you could spend the weekend before Halloween prepping your Stranger Things costume. Or, like a real ‘80s teenager, you could save that homework for the last minute, and use those 48 hours to binge on at least one (or more) season of scary TV. With that in mind, we’ve assembled a Halloween lover’s binge guide of past and present shows divided into different categories based on who (or what) scares you.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers for the Season 2 finale episodes of "Fear the Walking Dead."
On Sunday’s Fear The Walking Dead, everyone was reeling from Victor killing Thomas before he turned. With sympathy for the infected, Nick decided to help round up walkers and bring them safely to the compound. Nick responded, “When I was on the beach, I came face-to-face with one of them and I didn’t feel fear, I didn’t feel hate.
Wanna trade a Walker Merle for a Governor? How ‘bout two Carls for a Michonne? Any takers for a T-Dog? Beginning today, fans of The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead will be able to swap cards based on AMC’s blockbuster zombie franchise via Topps’ The Walking Dead: Card Trader app (for both IOS and Android).
The best episode so far of Fear the Walking Dead’s first season was also the season’s penultimate installment, and it set up some serious stakes for the apocalypse survivors going into the finale. Daniel Salazar’s handiwork led to crucial information, without which he and the rest of the residents of Madison Clark’s house would almost certainly have been doomed without any warning. Will Liza and Nick be reunited with their families before “Cobalt” goes down? FTWD showrunner Dave Erickson discussed all that and more, including lots of hints about the season finale and Season 2, with Yahoo TV.
Warning: This recap for the “Cobalt” episode of Fear the Walking Dead contains storyline and character spoilers. There are many giant cages arranged in the room, and this one also contains a man named Strand, a fast talker wearing a sharp suit, who seems determined, with a paltry amount of effort, to drive fragile Doug Thompson completely over the edge. Related: Take a Bite Out of Our ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Recaps All it takes is a few verbal jabs at Doug about how he isn’t at home to take care of his family, about how, looking at Doug’s photo of “Mrs. Doug,” it’s clear she has a body that’s “the ticket to help her latch on to the kind of man that’s going to help her through all this.” Doug nosedives into meltdown mode, and military guards take him away.
Every week on Fear the Walking Dead, someone does something stupid that needlessly endangers the lives of themselves and others. Related: Take a Bite Out of Our ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Recaps Travis — who, you’ll remember, went to a drug den alone at night where he knew something very bad had happened — has seen Nick’s friend Calvin turn into a zombie, along with several other walkers the cops have gunned down.
Is he the West Coast Rick Grimes? That remains to be seen, but Cliff Curtis’s Travis Manawa makes a good start in the series premiere of AMC’s Walking Dead companion series, Fear the Walking Dead.