Prodigal Son star Tom Payne was a guest on the Talk Dead to Me podcast to look back on his debut as Jesus on AMC's The Walking Dead.
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In the latest edition of Skybound's The Walking Dead "Who Is...?" series, we take a look back at Tyreese' on-screen and comic book lives.
The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and The Walking Dead: World Beyond will be taking part in this summer's SDCC at Home 2020.
There's no one more deserving of a "The Best Dad Ever in a Walker Apocalypse" (sorry, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, but you're going to have to do more to get us to buy into "empties") mug on Father's Day than Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) Spending most of his nine seasons on the mothership series[...]
The Walking Dead universe and AMC Networks are celebrating Juneteenth with FTWD star Colman Domingo educating fans on the holiday's meaning.
The Walking Dead star Khary Payton posted a video on social media thanking everyone for the love and support they've shown his son Karter.
The Walking Dead star Khary Payton took to social media to introduce his son Karter, who was born female but identifies as male.
West (Gareth) was the guest, discussing what it was like filming the fifth season's cannibalistic Terminus storyline. Rick brings justice to Gareth on The Walking Dead (Image: AMC). A decent portion of his time on the fifth season had him working on set directly with Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), leading to a very definitive ending to their[...]
In this edition of The Walking Dead and Skybound's "Who Is...?" series, viewers can take a look back at Rosita's comics and television lives.
The Walking Dead EP/director Greg Nicotero isn't mincing words about the tenth season finale, teasing: "people's jaws are gonna drop."
So I've come up with a proposal on how to save long-running TWD spinoff series Fear the Walking Dead, but not everyone's going to like it.
Skybound Entertainment (home to The Walking Dead) has some advice for any "fans" bothered by the company's support of Black Lives Matter.
Skybound Entertainment (home to the Walking Dead universe) has added its name to the list of those taking part in BlackOut Tuesday on June 2.
In the latest edition of The Walking Dead "Who Is", we look at David Morrissey's The Governor and compare him to his comics counterpart.
Right off, Noah (Tyler James Williams) and Hershel's (Scott Wilson) death were much more brutal than I first remember – and the scene that the image below is from? Wow, let's just say that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) was going through some things at the time. The Walking Dead Fans Remind Us Glenn's Death Isn't Even Top[...]