Michonne and Negan sound off on the departure of Rick Grimes at the end of the upcoming season.
'The Walking Dead' has a plan for Andrew Lincoln's upcoming departure. We just don't know what it is yet.
Psst: The infamous leader of The Whisperers is headed to The Walking Dead. As announced Friday at the AMC drama’s San Diego Comic-Con panel, Samantha Morton (Minority Report) is joining the series‘ forthcoming ninth season as comic-conceived antagonist Alpha. Last week, new showrunner Angela Kang hedged when we asked about the possible arrival of the […]
Say goodbye to Rick Grimes: The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln is indeed leaving the show after the upcoming Season 9, creator Robert Kirkman has confirmed. In an interview with filmmaker Kevin Smith for IMDb at Comic-Con, Kirkman says with a laugh, “It’s looking that way,” when asked if Season 9 will be Lincoln’s last. […]
“The Walking Dead” star Michael Cudlitz is returning to the AMC zombie apocalypse series to direct Season 9’s seventh episode, a person with knowledge of production tells TheWrap. Cudlitz formerly played the show’s Abraham Ford character, who was killed by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in the Season 7 premiere, right before the Lucille-wielding villain also offed Glenn (Steven Yuen). The fan-favorite Cudlitz will be the first “Walking Dead” star to direct an episode of the series.
The Walking Dead has added Tony-nominated actress Lauren Ridloff to the roster of AMC’s ninth season of the zombie-fighting drama. Ridloff will be the series’ first deaf actress and will play Connie. Ridloff, who is deaf herself, recently appeared on Broadway in Children of a Lesser God , for which she received the aforementioned Tony nod. Her character will appear in multiple episodes and she communicates via American Sign Language. Connie appeared in The Walking…
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It’s cool to be a fan, even a super fan of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” but Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, wishes people would stop descending on his home like a horde of zombies all the time. “It’s rude and creepy,” Morgan tweeted.
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.”
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“The Walking Dead” star Andrew Lincoln will not be returning to the longstanding zombie drama after the upcoming Season 9, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. Lincoln plays Rick Grimes, who has been the main character of the show since Season 1. Rick’s son Carl (Chandler Riggs) died during Season 8, though both characters are still alive in the comic books written by Robert Kirkman on which the show is based.
When “The Walking Dead” star Ross Marquand found out he landed the part of Red Skull in “Avengers: Infinity War,” he couldn’t even talk shop with co-star Danai Gurira, who plays Okoye in the superhero blockbuster. On “The Walking Dead,” Marquand plays Aaron, who previously recruited Rick and his crew to join Alexandria.
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.'
OK, so that’s too melodramatic, but the Season 8 finale for AMC’s “The Walking Dead” just shed 30 percent of its overall Season 7 finale audience. This was the least-watched “Walking Dead” season finale since the very first one. Also Read: Did 'The Walking Dead' Just Hint at Future Villains, the Whisperers?
The Season 8 finale had some surprises, as well as stories that are likely to play out in Season 9, including a potential new foe on the rise.
The Hilltop might have repelled the attack by the Saviors, but Negan’s crew still devastated the community with a sneaky tactic: The people they wounded later turned into Walkers, attacking their own.
Fathom Events and AMC announced "Survival Sunday: The Walking Dead & Fear the Walking Dead," a one-night event on April 15 whereby fans can watch the anticipated series crossover, "The Walking Dead" Season 8 finale and the "Fear the Walking Dead" Season 4 premiere.