The fifth season of ‘The Walking Dead’ is over, so now how can you get your zombie fix? Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered.
A new 15-second trailer is causing excitement for the new ‘Walking Dead’ prequel, which debuts this summer. At the least, we don’t have to wait six months to see more walkers.
Besides being a mind-blowing season finale, last night’s “Walking Dead” boasted a very cool exclusive cover.
Pretty much a perfect song choice.
Norman Reedus has been popping up in music videos for two decades now, with such artists as Lady Gaga, Radiohead and Bjork. Ever seen them? Now’s your chance.
Does “Internet Friends” mean anything when there’s no more internet?
Did you know that before his role in ‘The Walking Dead,’ Reedus appeared in a number of high-profile music videos? Now Reedus has directed one, too.
Set to premiere in “late summer,” new series ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ will consist of six hour-long episodes. We’ve compiled some things we hope to see.
This week’s episode made great use of an almost half century old song.
In December, The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus revealed he’d stowed an artifact from the show in his refrigerator. What’s he going to do with it now?
Yes, he actually had to audition. Not everyone can walk like a “walker.”
In which Rick Grimes is able to make even the most pleasant food seem badass.
It was a pretty feelings-heavy episode.
A Jimmy Cliff classic provided the epitaph for one of the Walking Dead’s most beloved characters.
It’s been a loooong two months since we last saw a new episode of The Walking Dead. But let’s be honest: we needed that time to recover from the mid-season finale which saw the death of Beth.
“Bad Blood” sees Mosshart collaborating with Eric Arjes of the band Camera Can’t Lie.