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AMC's The Walking Dead released their first trailer for the upcoming 4th season today at San Diego Comic Con. It's over 4 minutes long and seems to back-up most rumors that this next season will focus more on zombies again.
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The July 19th issue of Entertainment Weekly will feature Glenn and Maggie from AMC's The Walking Dead, locked in a kiss. Actors Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohen posed during a photoshoot for the magazine which will feature a story about the upcoming fourth season of the zombie based TV show.
The article likely won't include any spoilers as cast members are pretty tight-lipped about what will happen to the characters when the new season starts in October. But perhaps a few hints will be given.
Everyone is anxiously awaiting the second half of season 3 of The Walking Dead on AMC. It is due to air on it's usual night, Sunday, February 10th at 9:00pm E/C.
AMC released a special promo poster called 'An Eye For An Eye' this week. And the trailer for the next half of season 3 is below.
Zombies ruled Sunday Night with the first episode of season 3 of 'The Walking Dead' on AMC. An estimated 10.9 million viewers tuned in for the 9:00pm showing of episode 1. Only NFL's 'Sunday Night Football' game had more viewers. But just how impressive is 10.9 million viewers? Well the show 'Modern Family' that wins Emmy Awards every year, only averages about 7 million viewers each week. 'The Big Bang Theory', called the most popular show on TV, only averages 6.3 million viewers.
The first episode of the season had twice as many viewers as last season's first episode. So more people are becoming fans of arguably the best drama on television. The same episode repeated at 10:00pm and still gathered 3.5 million viewers, many for a second helping of zombie killing! Even the midnight re-airing had 850,000 viewers!
Rumor has it that actor David Morrissey has been chosen to join the cast of The Walking Dead as 'The Governor' sometime during season 3. According to the comic book series, 'The Governor', Brian Blake, is the leader of a small settlement of survivors in a place called Woodbury. Blake and Rick Grimes wind up butting heads quite a bit in this relationship.
AMC has already order 16 episodes for season 3 of the zombie-genre TV hit series, to start filming later this year. The third season is expected to start in October of 2012.
Morrissey, is a British TV and movie actor who has appeared in the TV series Dr. Who, and movies such as The Reaping and Basic Instinct 2.
AMC has announced they have ordered a third season of The Walking Dead to air starting in the Fall of 2012. It will be a 16 episode season, as compared to the 13 episode second season and 6 episode first season. The shows will also air on their sister station FOX International outside of the United States.
The second season of The Walking Dead has received the highest ratings of any drama on cable television in history. The second half of season two starts with all-new episodes on Sunday February 12th at 9Pm EST.
So, remember that scene in the pilot episode of The Walking Dead when Rick is in the city, surrounded by walkers, and he crawls under a tank? Then he finds a trap door and quickly escapes into the tank for safety. Inside the tank he discovers a dead soldier who apparently took his own life.
Well, that soldier was played by actor Sam Witwer, known for his role on Being Human on the SyFy Channel today. And according to Witwer, The Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont pitched him an idea of a web-based prequel show around his character. It would have included weekly uploaded episodes featuring the story of this soldier and everything that happened in Atlanta leading up to him being alone in that tank. And it would have ended with Rick crawling in through the floor.
Unfortunately, when Darabont left the show, the plans for this web-series also went kaput. Witwer, was completely prepared to film around his schedule at Being Human too. And we can only guess how many other great web-series prequels and side stories Darabont might have brought to us via the internet. However we are not completely without extras on the web. AMC does have some web-i-sodes featuring The Walking Dead characters, along with other documentaries, interviews, and trailers at: http://www.amctv.com/shows/the-walking-dead/video. But this story about the soldier in the tank would have been pretty cool.
On Friday, December 16, 2011, cable channel Chiller will air it's first original movie, a zombie thriller called 'Remains'. It stars Lance Reddick, of 'The Wire' and Tawny Cypress of 'Heroes' and is produced by Steve Niles.
The movie is a small screen adaptation of a graphic novel about a zombie apocalypse. A few survivors are taking refuge in a casino in Reno, Nevada. And naturally, there is turmoil between them, as they try to fend off zombie attacks and other packs of survivors. It promises to have suspense and action. If you have Chiller on your cable system, set your DVR for 10:00PM EST. See trailer video below.
SPOLIER ALERT: Rumors have been spreading that Rutina Wesley will be joining the cast of 'The Walking Dead' at the end of Season 2. You may know Wesley from her role as Tara on 'True Blood'. Her character was killed off recently, so she is more than available to join the hit AMC zombie show.
Wesley will play a character named Michonne. Fans of the comic series will remember this character as the interesting sword carrying survivor who keeps two armless, jawless, walkers as pets. The character is expected to show up in the cliffhanger finale.