As the Season Finale of The Walking Dead looms on the horizon, this week’s episode delivers on a key moment in the build up to the imminent showdown with Negan. Almost surprisingly, Sasha returns this week after having magically survived her banzai mission to kill Negan, while Rick and the gang keep making moves to gather enough guns to enlist the Junkyardigans. Read on and prepare for spoilers for The Walking Dead. (more…)
Fans of The Walking Dead comic book series and television show know one indisputable fact: Rick Grimes is safe. While it’s not necessarily a spoken rule and the man has definitely been put through the ringer, as the central protagonist of the series, it seems like he needs to remain in place for the show to continue. Of course, the television show isn’t going to last forever. It’s not a soap opera after all and the public will become tired with the zombie genre (hopefully not too soon) so when Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually, Heartbreaker, and Human Traffic) was asked how he would like to exit the series, he had some interesting things to say.
After last week’s cliff hanger, fans were particularly wigged over this week’s episode. Does Daryl die? Will Negan use Lucille to end him? Will it be Carol? How about Glen? What is wrong with Maggie and the baby? So many questions. The anticipation for this season’s finale is unlike anything fans have witnessed or felt for quite some time. There are spoilers galore so please, if you don’t want the episode to be ruined, if you haven’t seen it yet or you are still dealing with the emotions from the episode, turn back now. Spoilers in 5…4…3…2…1.
This Sunday will mark the end of The Walking Dead‘s sixth season and the long-awaited arrival of the villainous Negan, leader of the Saviors. Negan’s appearance has been teased mercilessly since the midseason break, right up to last week’s episode where Carl examines a gun taken from the Saviors and sees the image of a barb-wired covered bat carved on the grip. Even people who haven’t read the comics know that Negan is a big bad on par with Lex Luthor, the Joker, and Thanos, so his entrance has to be, to borrow a phrase, huge. Now, the lead actor of The Walking Dead is promising that we will not be disappointed. (more…)
After a very short introduction of blood, rosaries and voices, the group is taken on whirlwind ride, chasing their own. Tonight’s episode will start something that will change the group forever. While it is sure to become more emotional for fans in the season finale, tonight’s episode was plenty emotional on so many different levels. Spoilers below do continue at your own risk. Last change in 5…4…3…2…1.
While scavenging for supplies and ways for the group to survive, Eugene and Abraham have a come to Jesus meeting. Daryl and Rosita take Denise for a joyride to show her what the real world looks like. What she discovers leaves her with emotions she isn’t sure how to deal with. Daryl and Rosita learn a thing or two from Denise as well. Spoiler Alert in 5…4…3…2…1.
Rick and the crew have a town meeting to determine how best to save Alexandria. The crew end relationships, solidify relationships and start a few new ones. If you haven’t watched tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead, stop reading now. There are major spoilers ahead for those who are not caught up. If you have already caught up with this season, or are the type to torture yourself with what you have missed out on, please by all means continue reading. Spoilers in 5…4…3….2….1. (more…)
Daryl and Rick work on their bromance with an epic road trip that not only brings a bit of cardio, but another possible Alexandrian. Michonne goes for a hike through the woods with Spencer on what seems to be a wild goose chase. Carl and Enid have a lovely picnic in the woods and their first lover’s spat. So if you haven’t watched tonight’s episode, stop reading now because there are spoilers ahead and you really don’t want this episode ruined for you. 5…4…3…2…1. (more…)
Fans have been waiting for what feels like forever to see the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead that is scheduled to air on Valentine’s Day. The hiatus seems to have been the longest in the history of dramatic television. But while fans are waiting for this weekend’s premiere, the cast has already started interviewing about the season finale, and what they have been saying sends chills down your spine and a serious fear of the future.
It’s now confirmed that Tom Payne (Luck) has joined the cast of AMC‘s The Walking Dead. and will play Paul Monroe, better known to The Walking Dead comic book readers as Jesus. We’ll see him before the upcoming season six finishes and there are hints that more characters from the comic are posed to make their debut as well. Who might those characters be and exactly who is this Jesus guy?