TV's highest-rated series is still cheating gravity. After four seasons of setting new ratings records every few episodes, The Walking Dead rose yet again on Sunday night — fetching an average 17.3 million viewers and 11 million adults 18-49.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from The Walking Dead's fifth season premiere and the comic series the AMC series is based on.]
AMC's The Walking Dead on Sunday pulled back the curtain on season five — and on Gareth, the leader of the camp of cannibals at Terminus — only there's more to the man Rick vowed to kill than meets the eye.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "No Sanctuary," the fifth-season premiere of AMC's The Walking Dead.]
AMC's The Walking Dead roared back to life Sunday with an action-packed fifth-season premiere that was not only filled with blood, zombie guts and action but also two huge emotional gut-punches that truly illustrated what the show is at its core.
AMC's The Walking Dead returns for its fifth season Sunday with what executive producer Gale Anne Hurd says is a season filled with dark places — and hope — with a structure that she describes as a mashup of all the seasons that have come before.
Sarah Wayne Callies is going from fighting zombies to aliens.
The former Walking Dead leading lady — who has received multiple TV offers in the two years since she ended her run on the AMC drama — has landed the starring role in USA Network's Carlton Cuse alien drama pilot Colony, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.