AMC's ratings monster "The Walking Dead" has spawned a new series.
The spinoff-happy network announced on Monday that its in the early stages of developing a "companion series" for its zombie-filled primetime drama.
The next time you binge-watch "The Walking Dead," you could pass it off as homework.
The AMC show is now the subject of a free, massive online open course - or MOOC - at the University of California, Irvine. The school partnered with the network and Instructure to craft an eight-week class called “Society, Science, Survival: Lessons from AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead.'"
[This post contains spoilers for the March 31 season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead."]
In the Governor's apocalypse, it was "kill or die ... or die and kill."
What's inside a zombie? 'Walking Dead' crew spill their guts
Those are the choice words that the Governor told Milton after stabbing him and leaving him to turn into a walker in the room where Andrea was handcuffed to a dentist's chair.
[Note: This post contains spoilers for the March 24 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead."]
Going into Sunday's "The Walking Dead," I wondered whether someone would come to save Andrea, and whether Milton would continue to sabotage the Governor.
We didn't get an immediate answer to either question, although I suppose we'll get some resolution next week with the season three finale.
But we did get an answer to one of last week's burning questions: Will Rick attempt to deliver Michonne to the Governor? The answer: Kind of.
[Note: This post contains spoilers for the March 17 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead."]
This week's "Walking Dead" was exhilarating.
We spent the bulk of the hour watching Milton's growing disillusion with the Governor, and Andrea's rough-and-tumble escape out of Woodbury.
In an episode nearly bereft of scenes at the prison, "Prey" treated us to old and new sets at Woodbury and beyond. Let's take a look at the places that set the stage for this week's episode: FULL POST
Sunday night's episode of "The Walking Dead" shed some light on what drives both the Governor and Rick, as well as why there can never be peace between Woodbury and the survivors in the prison.
Andrea tried to set up a summit of sorts between the two leaders, but it only served to escalate things between them.
Here are five of the key scenes from this week's show:
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