In the following recently-released behind-the-scenes teaser for The Walking Dead Season 11, filming is filled with lots of laughs and masks.
With the next chapter of The Walking Dead hitting AMC screens on Sunday, here's a look at 15 spoiler-free thoughts we had about "One More."
Just when you thought there was nothing left to see before AMC's The Walking Dead returns, here's a new set of "Home Sweet Home" images.
While Jeffrey Dean Morgan clued us in on it a few days, Cailey Fleming (Judith) made it official with an impromptu reunion with Cooper Andrews (Jerry) signaling that production on the 24-episode 11th and final season is officially underway. Image: AMC Here's a look at Fleming's post, followed by a confirmation from Skybound's TWD account: View this post[...]
In the newest teaser for the return of AMC's The Walking Dead on February 28, can our survivors get back to the way they used to be?
The Walking Dead showrunner/EP Angela Kang used Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan to jokingly demonstrate the two moods on set.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan shared a special Christmas gift that should make his 13-month production run on The Walking Dead season 11 a bit easier.
The Walking Dead Holiday Special: CCO Scott M. Gimple confirmed a comedy series and teased a villain's return. Plus, a table read and more.
Prodigal Son star Tom Payne responded to someone on Twitter who said he was glad The Walking Dead killed Jesus. Well, it seems Payne was, too.
What follows is a look at the virtual table read from the upcoming TWD episode titled "Home Sweet Home," featuring Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Melissa McBride (Carol), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Angel Theory (Kelly), Cassady McClincy (Lydia), Cailey Fleming (Judith), and Khary Payton (serving as narrator here). The Walking Dead: In Production – Upcoming Episode[...]
With the tenth season of AMC's The Walking Dead now wrapped (kinda), Skybound takes a look at how "A Certain Doom" compared to the comics.
In the following preview for the 10th season finale of The Walking Dead, Luke has a plan to combat the horde while Daryl gets deadly serious.
AMC confirmed that The Walking Dead will end with a 24-episode 11th season, with a Carol/Daryl series and an anthology series being developed.
In this edition of Skybound's Talk Dead to Me podcast, The Walking Dead alum Michael Cudlitz discusses Abraham and THAT season 7 opener.
We look to the future of The Walking Dead universe, including audio dramas, a mash-up with The West Wing and 24, going global, and more.