The Walking Dead opened its eighth season to the promise of war and hopefully a new change of pants. What it had in dramatic tension, it lacked in viewership: The ratings — 11.4 million total viewers, compared to the Season 5 high of 17 million viewe…
Ever wanted to immerse yourself in the worlds of The Walking Dead and Into the Badlands? — to surround yourself with the best and worst of humanity and/or steampunk ninjas? Now you have your chance: AMC has a new virtual reality app that will let you…
We’ve known since late July that Greg Nicotero will be producing a horror series for AMC. Shock Theater will be an anthology show, with a different cast and crew to excite audiences weekly. But today we learned something new: Shock Theater will also …
In The Walking Dead, all roads lead to a roadblock.
Preacher is currently in production. Here is one of the first set photos.
Fear the Walking Dead featurette gives us a glimpse of life pre-apocalypse.
Don Draper, winter is coming. Although the dashing Mr. Draper is frequently concerned with identity and the dark pockets of the human heart, he needs be even more concerned about HBO’s Game of Thrones. Mad Men’s world is a cut-throat business, but it’s losing out to actual cutting of throats: According to the New York Times, GoT pulled in one million more viewers with its 2013 season debut.
Bad news, genre fans. In an epic clash of bad timing, the season finale of The Walking Dead’s third season finale is thirsting for our brains on March 31 at 9 pm…the very hour Game of Thrones’ third season opener will have half of Westeros taking revenge against the other half. What’s a loyal viewer of both to do?
The Walking Dead is AMC’s engaging, bloody horror show that sends chills up the spines of the living. But before it was must-watch TV, it was a critically acclaimed comic book. And one person has acclaimed it more than others: A buyer, whose name is redacted for privacy, recently purchased it on eBay for $10,100.
My title is quite a mouthful, and yet it sums up the most recent creation of famed YouTubers, The Fine Brothers (241 million YouTube hits and counting). The dynamic video duo, Benny and Rafi Fine, have created a Mad Men-based choose-your-own-adventure game.