For those that hated Season 7 of "The Walking Dead," showrunner Scott Gimple promises Season 8 will bring you back to the fold along with 10 cool facts about the show.
"The Walking Dead" is returning much more quietly than it's fall premiere plus a lot less gruesome. Season 7 kicked off with a cringe-inducing double murder that was able to turn the stomachs of even its most longtime fans
The Walking Dead season 7B finally returns much more quietly than it began as we weren't left with a life or death cliffhanger this time around. After such a violent and brutal premiere, it ended with more hope
Jeffrey Dean Morgan has always been a very busy actor, but as 2015 came to a close, his career warped into light speed hyperdrive. Most fans remember him fondly from his twelve episodes on "Supernatural" playing John Winchester
Is it all a game with 'The Walking Dead's" Negan? All the insults. All the jokes. Then the 180 turn where he acts like a normal guy just “busting chops.” No. All his moves are calculated to get a certain result.
Before I dive into Swear, let me get this out of the way. This episode 6 was a weak effort on the part of The Walking Dead. You know it and I know it.
Who is more disgusting, Gregory or Negan? The latter is more vicious for sure. But Gregory’s cowardice is pretty hard to stomach for The Walking Dead audience.
It looks like The Walking Dead's Glenn and Abraham got off easy with Negan. The survivors who are now his slaves will be living a rough life. Daryl’s treatment in episode three was deplorable.
This week’s The Walking Dead was like halftime of a nasty football game that left a pile of players on the injury golf cart during the first half of play. We needed a break from the gore and violence of episode one. And "The Well" gave us just that.
The premiere of The Walking Dead will forever be remembered for the gruesome killings of Abraham, then Glenn as the result of Daryl wanting to get in a meaningless punch on Negan.