This week's The Walking Dead takes a dark and very necessary turn, with Seth Gilliam delivering what could be his best run as Gabriel yet.
On Sunday night, The Walking Dead released a new teaser for Season 11's "New World Order" that made ice cream look pretty creepy.
But there's little time to catch up on the past- not when something much deadlier from Maggie's past comes calling, putting hers, Daryl's (Norman Reedus), Kelly's (Angel Theory), Elijah's (Okea Eme-Akwari), and Cole's (James Devoti) lives at stake From that description alone, it would seem that there was a whole ton of stuff going on-[...]
With The Walking Dead Season 10 having already returned to AMC+ (AMC on February 28), here are 15 spoiler-free thoughts on "Home Sweet Home."
Is Smurf casing her next job? The magic 8 ball says, "yes." TNT J (Finn Cole) is still manipulative, but this time in a way I can jive with He lures Angela (Emily Deschanel) to place she used to score and then leaves her there with a nice chunk of change… motive, opportunity, and means – the[...]
After last week's John Dorie (Garret Dillahunt)/Naomi-Laura (Jenna Elfman)-centered episode of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead left us with all sorts of feels - and put John Dorie in contention for best new character on television this year - we're back to the dreary "NOW" in this week's sixth episode, 'Just in Case.'
One thing you can say about Fear the Walking Dead's fourth season: it's not wasting any time making Morgan (Lennie James) feel right at home - and by "right at home," I mean put him into nearly a half-dozen situations that could get him killed (though he does get shot in the leg, but that was Morgan's fault).