10 Things We Want to See On The Rest Of 'The Walking Dead' Season 5

February 8th, 2015 3:01pm EST
10 Things We Want to See On The Rest Of 'The Walking Dead' Seaso
The first half The Walking Dead season 5 was undeniable proof that the new showrunner, Scott Gimple, was the perfect person to put at the helm of AMC’s biggest show. TWD has only improved throughout the season, giving us better drama, more satisfying action sequences, and a greater understanding of the characters than ever before. Carol’s transformation from timid mother to full-out Rambo, the introduction of Abraham and his out-of-state mission, and the constant evolution of Rick as a leader have been highlights of a constantly interesting season.

With the second half approaching, we have...

8 Killer 'Walking Dead' Facts You Didn't Know

January 18th, 2015 3:00pm EST
8 Killer 'Walking Dead' Facts You Didn't Know - Behind The Scene
AMC's The Walking Dead is well into its fifth season and is still pulling in great reviews from critics and fans alike. The comic book turned TV series has had some great plotlines over the years, but there's been some great stories behind the scenes of the show as well.

Here are 8 facts about The Walking Dead that you probably didn't know.

Zombies Are Friendly to the Environment

Those zombies may look like they're out to destroy everything in sight, but the costumes themselves are actually very friendly to Planet Earth.

Set managers for The Walking Dead focus on running as "green" of a...

AMC Announces Start Date For Final Season Of 'Mad Men'!

January 11th, 2015 8:38am EST
AMC Announces Start Date For Final Season Of 'Mad Men'
"Mad Men" will air its final series of seven episodes beginning April 5th.

AMC television announced the conclusion to the long-running series in a statement on Saturday.

The seventh and last season was filmed in 2014.

"Mad Men" chronicles the lives of New York advertising executives in the 1960s.

"What an incredible journey this has been. I take great pride in what the entire Mad Men team was able to create episode after episode, season after season," the show's Executive Producer and Creator Matthew Weiner said in a statement.

"We sincerely thank the fans for joining us on this ride, ...

The Goriest Deaths You Won't Believe They Got Away With On Network TV

January 4th, 2015 4:00pm EST
The Goriest Deaths You Won't Believe They Got Away With On Netwo
TV used to have rules. On pay cable- your HBOs, your Cinemaxes- anything and everything is fair play.

Want to turn a TV show into softcore porn? Watch a man's skull pop in the grip of a man-mountain? Replace an entire scene's worth of dialogue with nothing but F-bombs?

Go for it. It's pay cable- no one can stop you.

But the other TV stations- the kinder, gentler ones that don't cost a bundle on top of your normal cable bill each month- those are supposed to tone down the violence.

Not anymore. Now, the same network that once brought you "Friends" brings an assembly line of severed faces...

AMC Greenlights 'Preacher' Pilot

December 4th, 2014 4:10pm EST
AMC Greenlights Pilot for Seth Rogen's Violent, Controversial 'P
"Preacher" fans, rejoice! The controversial comic book from Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon has just been given an official pilot order from AMC.

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who've been trying to get "Preacher" off the ground for quite a while now, will executive produce and direct the pilot, while "Breaking Bad's" Sam Catlin will write the script and serve as showrunner.

"Preacher" follows Jesse Custer, a small-town preacher who discovers that God has ditched out of Heaven and resolves to track him down- with a little help from his ex-girlfriend, a boozy Irish vampire and a demonic beast ...

New 'Better Call Saul' Clip Premieres (Watch)

December 1st, 2014 1:08pm EST
Better Call Saul
Viewers watching "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale on Sunday evening were treated to the first teaser trailer for AMC’s new show "Better Call Saul," a spinoff of the wildly successful series "Breaking Bad."

The new series will debut over a two night period, beginning on February 8, 2015.

A prequel to "Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul" follows the life of lawyer Saul Goodman (Odenkirk) six years before he becomes involved with teacher-turned-meth mastermind Walter White.

The cable network debut the series immediately following the season-five midseason return of "The Walking Dead." The...

'The Walking Dead' Midseason Finale: 10 Badass Moments

December 1st, 2014 8:29am EST
'The Walking Dead' Midseason Finale Recap: 10 Badass Moments Fro
As far as credible threats go, the Hospital Officers were probably the least effective villains The Walking Dead has ever had. For a big part of the season, they were really only a threat to Beth, who, at the time, was one of the least developed characters on the show, barely earning the credit of being a main character. While the season took great pains to build up Beth, it couldn’t make Dawn and her rapist officers memorable antagonists. Gareth and his band of cannibals were far more frightening, even if they only lasted three episodes total. If there’s one major fault in the first half o...

'The Walking Dead': 10 Badass Moments From 'Crossed'

November 24th, 2014 9:40am EST
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“Crossed” proves that episodes that feature all of the characters are stronger than the episodes featuring one group at a time. Last week’s jaunt with Carol and Daryl was great, but we also had to endure Beth and Abraham’s episodes in order to get to it. These standalone episodes probably have more to do with filming schedules than creative opportunities, but they’re to the detriment of the show. In “Crossed” there was plenty of time for each of the groups: Rick’s group, those left at the church, Abraham’s dawdlers, and the hospital crew. Most of the characters got a moment to shine, even o...

'The Walking Dead': 10 Badass Moments From 'Consumed'

November 17th, 2014 8:58am EST
'The Walking Dead' Review: 10 Badass Moments From 'Consumed'
The past few episodes didn’t quite capture the excitement of the opening ones. With the group once again split up, it’s tough to care for a full hour about characters that haven’t had enough time or emotional resonance to carry an episode. “Consumed” is proof that episodes where the group is split off can work and be shining examples of what the show should be.

First, the collection of characters is perfect. Daryl and Carol are two of the show’s most popular and interesting characters, both of which still have pasts to explore. Previous episodes featuring Beth and Abraham as the leads were...

'The Walking Dead': The 8 Badass Moments From 'Self Help'

November 10th, 2014 8:29am EST
'The Walking Dead' Recap: 8 Badass Moments From 'Self Help'
The show is never as strong as it is when the group is all together. Without Rick, Daryl, Glenn, Carol, Maggie, Michonne, and the rest of the gang working together, the episodes often feel like they’re a diversion from the real story. It’s even worse when these filler episodes come one after the other, with Beth and Abraham-centric episodes airing in subsequent weeks. After last season’s disaster, the show should be keeping the group together for as long as possible, because those episodes are always the strongest.

Here are 8 badass moments from “Self Help:”

Hair Talk

Ever since Eugene w...