The vile villain of AMC's hit zombie drama reappeared at the very end of the Nov. 10 episode in ominous fashion; now actor David Morrissey and showrunner Scott M. Gimple tell us what to expect next
They suck! Nothing is more annoying than being forced to sit through the best-boy, key-grip, and gaffer credits for a lame extra
It takes more than zombies and fake blood to bring ''The Walking Dead'' to life. We get the stories behind the AMC hit's best-known weapons and mementos (and a few severed appendages)
What if we could buy channels individually instead of in a bundle? Here's what EW columnist Dalton Ross would shell out for his favorite (and least favorite) networks
The epic tale of swords, sex, and sandals known as Spartacus finally comes to an end with the series finale on Starz at 9 p.m. on April 12. So we asked showrunner Steven S. DeKnight to pick the biggest, best, and boldest moments from a drama that never shied away from showing blood or naked bodies often at the same time.
He's built a legion of fans as a roughnecked, softhearted fighter on ''The Walking Dead,'' but the man behind Daryl Dixon isn't who you'd expect. Sure, he owns a longbow, but he's also an artist and a doting dad. We go home with Norman Reedus. (Jealous much?)