As THE WALKING DEAD shambles toward its fifth-season premiere in October, star Andrew Lincoln wants us to know that no one should be considered safe; death could be waiting for any of the major characters:
It is an inevitable part of this show. It’s one of the great things, I think, that you have real jeopardy for favorite characters. It won’t be without its share of death this season.
Here’s a long teaser for the upcoming season five of THE WALKING DEAD which returns to AMC on Oct. 12.
We all know the meme, and judging by this teaser photo Entertainment Weekly posted from season five of THE WALKING DEAD, some fans may be tempted to break out the riot gear.
Looks like Daryl (Norman Reedus) having a bad day at the cannibal compound, Terminus….
THE WALKING DEAD returns to AMC in October, as usual.
Although THE WALKING DEAD doesn’t return until October, AMC doesn’t want you to forget about Rick and crew, so this image from season five filming has just been released.
Let me carry water for AMC: When last seen, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of our friends were trapped in a cargo container by the cannibals of Terminus, but the caged Rick was rallying his ragged troops to bring the pain to their captors.
This video clip features the producers and several stars of THE WALKING DEAD talking about the new status quo and the challenges facing the survivors of the prison when the fourth season picks up again in just a few weeks.
It looks like our friends are widely scattered and mostly alone — however, Carl (Chandler Riggs) and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) are still together. How will Beth (Emily Kinney) handle being alone for the first time? It seems a little surprising that Michonne (Danai Gurira) seems to be having trouble being alone again. Did she become too domesticated at the prison?
THE WALKING DEAD returns Sunday, Feb. 9, at 9 p.m. on AMC.
The return date for the second half of season four of THE WALKING DEAD is not far off, and the first official poster for the return leaves no doubt about where the focus is going to be.
I, for one, will be glad to see Carl (played by Chandler Riggs) assuming a larger role on the show. It appears that the show might hew somewhat closely to the comic book storyline after the prison disaster: Carl had to nurse Rick back to health in an isolated cabin.
I like Carl and the way the character has been developed on TV. I don’t understand the fan animosity directed at the character. After all, it’s not like he’s Lori!
Christmas is over — so instead of cleaning up stray bits of wrapping paper or that tinsel ball the cat coughed up, or even finishing off the last of the eggnog, why not read about something completely unrelated to the holiday? And what could be less Christmas-y than THE WALKING DEAD!
You will recall that the fall finale left the prison in ruins after the Governor’s attack; the survivors were scattered after the battle, with the fates of many — including infant Judith — left unknown. A wounded Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) stumbled into the woods together.
When TWD returns in February, executive producer Scott Gimple hints that the father and son could be on their own for quite a while, leaving Rick plenty of time to moon over the loss of his daughter.
“[ Judith’s possible death] is going to hit him in a way that we haven’t seen before. If it’s just the two of them, [Carl is] going to have to step up quite a bit because circumstances are wildly different and a lot will depend on him in terms of them just surviving. They don’t have an awesome, dual-layer fence and brick buildings to hide behind. They’re out in the world.”