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.
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The only way out? Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), Kelly (Angel Theory), and others are going to have to sport "walker guts" and make their way through the horde to get to the others Does anyone get the feeling that not everyone's making it through it without becoming a walker themselves? Maggie returns to The[...]
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.
The Walking Dead asked the fans what the most gruesome deaths were during the series' run, and the fans responded with some choice cuts.
The Walking Dead star Samantha Morton revealed what she missed the most from the series on Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton's show.
Norman Reedus says we should expect Game of Thrones-level action and suspense when The Walking Dead returns for its tenth season finale.
Breaking social distancing rules this Memorial Day Weekend? The Walking Dead wants you to know they know exactly the kind of people you are.
Following up on previous looks at The Walking Dead characters Princess, Negan, and Jesus, this edition of I See Dead People focuses on Carol.
The Walking Dead executive producer and director Greg Nicotero explained why he wanted to see Maggie get some very fatal revenge on Negan.
In honor of her departure from the series during season 10, AMC's The Walking Dead is offering a look back at the best of Michonne.
The folks at Skybound are back for another round of The Walking Dead comics-to-screen comparisons, this time looking at Tom Payne's Jesus.
AMC Networks COO Ed Carroll and CEO Josh Sapan offered up some hopeful The Walking Dead news during Tuesday's earnings call with Wall Street.