If there’s one person who knows a lot about walking, it’s John Cleese. Therefore, while it might seem completely out of left field to have the comedian from Monty Python give us a recap of all six season of The Walking Dead, it’s actually brilliant.
This coming weekend brings the seventh season premiere of The Walking Dead, and we’ll finally get to see who Negan knocked into the next world with his signature weapon, Lucille, in the cliffhanger from last season. If you need a reminder of what’s happened over the past six years of the show, this recap is a rather entertaining way to catch up. Actually, it’s pretty entertaining even if you don’t need to catch up.
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We are just days away from the highly-anticipated Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead and AMC Networks has announced that the horror comic book television series adaptation has already been renewed for an eighth season. Hit the jump to learn more about The Walking Dead Season 8.
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At the beginning of the year, during AMC’s annual Television Critics Association panel, Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development and Charlie Collier, president of the network, indicated they had no intentions of ending The Walking Dead anytime soon. In their minds, since the comic book that inspired the show is still going strong, the show can keep on chugging without a worry (and it won’t catch up to the comics in the way that Game of Thrones has caught up and surpassed George R.R. Martin’s books).
However, despite the fact that The Walking Dead has been using the comics as source material, that doesn’t mean that when the ending of the series will match the ending in the comic books. Find out why The Walking Dead ending will be different in each format after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Friday, August 5th, 2016 by Angie Han
The Walking Dead‘s sixth season finale got a huge response from fans, but maybe not quite the one its writers and producers wanted. Lots of viewers were annoyed at the show’s decision to end on a major cliffhanger, grumbling that it felt like a cheat. Well, The Walking Dead co-creator Robert Kirkman has heard your complaints, and he promises they won’t do it again in season 7. Probably.
Read his The Walking Dead season 7 cliffhanger comments below, but be warned there are spoilers ahead for the most recent season. Read More »
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The upcoming midseason premiere of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead gives its characters a change of scenery. Following the previous six episodes from season two, the story now takes place in Mexico. The move from California to Mexico “was the right move for the story, and hopefully, that’ll continue,” writer and producer Dave Erickson told a packed Hall H.
Below, you can watch the Fear the Walking Dead trailer and read what else Erickson and the cast had to say at Comic-Con.
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I haven’t been keeping up with AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead, but I will say this much about the new trailer that just premiered at Comic-Con 2016: it’s genuinely refreshing to see a zombie TV series that’s not set in the backwoods of Georgia. While its parent series has generally hung around a single region for seven seasons, the young spin-off has been steadily journeying down the west coast of the United States, spending a portion of the second season on a boat. When the show returns for the back half of its second season, the action will shift to Mexico as the main cast is scattered to the winds.
And you can get a look at what to expect by watching the trailer below.
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Posted on Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 by Angie Han
By the time The Walking Dead season 7 kicks off this fall, it will have been six months since the season 6 finale. But within the world of the show, no time will have passed at all. The zombie drama promises to pick up right where it left off, finally revealing what really happened after Negan swung that bat. And yes, you will find out right away — executive producer Greg Nicotero confirms they’ll resolve that controversial cliffhanger in the first episode of season 7.
But he’s not ready to spill all the details quite yet. What he is willing to reveal is a Walking Dead season 7 first look, featuring that guy you already love to hate. Read More »
“We were very concerned about our budget on this show, and how good our visual effects would be,” co-director and executive producer Seth Rogen says at the start of the Preacher audio commentary, as he discusses the opening scene set in space. “We said, ‘Let’s not even try to make it look like good visual effects; let’s make it look like visual effects from 1967, so this is what we came up with.” Only days after the series’ excellent pilot aired, Rogen and co-director Evan Goldberg‘s commentary for the Preacher pilot–which performed well in the ratings Sunday night–has been made available online.
Learn a few facts from the Preacher audio commentary below
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Last night, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and showrunner Sam Catlin pulled off what was once considered impossible to some filmmakers: they successfully adapted Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon‘s Preacher. Rogen, Goldberg, and Catlin ground the often wacky and wild story without excluding Ennis’ dark sense of humor or the spirit of the characters. The pilot retains some of the series’ key elements while also taking the story in a slightly different–and arguably more somber–direction.
To celebrate AMC’s adaptation, Gallery 1988 will release a new Preacher poster following all of the first season’s 10 episodes. Check out their first Preacher poster below.
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Preacher is a very different beast than the Vertigo comic book series it is based on and for many fans, this will be a difficult hurdle to leap. But everyone else can just jump right in and enjoy the blasphemy, irreverent comedy and the hilariously excessive violence, because the first chapter of AMC’s new series is a triumph. This is the kind of pilot episode that arrives feeling fully formed and confident. Preacher knows what it is, lays all of its cards on the table in the first five minutes, and asks you to come along for the ride with a wicked gleam in its eye. From the look of things, this will be a ride worth taking.
Read the full Preacher review after the jump.
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