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Steven Yeun Finds Hard-Earned Success After Walking Dead

Per Matt Can you believe that it’s been almost four years already since Glenn Rhee was written out of The Walking Dead? It happened during a major event on the hit TV show. Not only was Negan introduced in a… Continue Reading →

Prepping for the Beginning of The Walking Dead’s End

In television terms, 10 years is an eternity for a show to remain airing and relevant within the pop-culture spectrum… and a rare thing at that, with one featuring Zombies. As I watched the “Season 10 Preview Special,” I wasn’t… Continue Reading →

How Do You Wrap Up a Never-Ending Zombie Story?

Much like a surprise attack by a mega herd of walkers, Robert Kirkman has surprised an entire industry, as well as legions of The Walking Dead fans with a major plot twist: After years of bragging about how he deliberately… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead Universe Spawns Another Undead Series

As a third undead TV show rises into the pop-culture collective, what’s next for The Walking Dead Universe?

The Balking Dead

┬áThese Zombies don’t walk. They balk.

The Whisperers Leave Their Marks in TWD Mid Season Finale

By the time the Whisperers finally reveal themselves in The Walking Dead, it’s true… “There’s a storm coming.”

The World’s STILL Gonna Need Rick Grimes!

He may have gone out with a bang, but the world still needs Rick Grimes!

Rick’s Legacy Looms Large in The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead returned for Season 9 with the much-publicized final six episodes of Rick Grimes (along with Maggie Rhee’s last six episodes, as well), as both actors have decided to end their runs with the show.

Previewing Season 9 of The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead prepares for major changes with the upcoming Season 9 as new characters arrive, firmly established characters leave… and there’s also horseback rides involved!

The Walking Dead to Ax Major Characters Next Season

Heard any good rumors lately?

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