AMC's The Walking Dead companion series has found its female lead.
Following an extensive casting search, Gone Girl and Sons of Anarchy alum Kim Dickens will co-star in the prequel series from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and showrunner Dave Erickson, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The hits keep coming for The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon.
Norman Reedus' alter ego first lost his brother, Merle (Michael Rooker), when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) chained him to a rooftop in Atlanta — then a second time when he resurfaced in season three with a loyalty to The Governor when he died during the group's vicious battle.
Die-hard fans of AMC's The Walking Dead have launched a Change.org petition to bring Emily Kinney's sweet and beloved character back to the zombie drama — and more than 30,000 people have joined the cause.
Family, turkey, animated corpses ... the end of the Thanksgiving weekend also marked the midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead. Viewers, no doubt, turned out in droves to cap off the holiday weekend with zombies and a notable departure.
AMC's The Walking Dead suffered a heartbreaking loss during Sunday's midseason finale.
After more than three seasons with the series, Emily Kinney's Beth Greene was shockingly killed off following a tense confrontation with her captor, Dawn (Christine Woods). Immediately following the gunshot that killed Beth, a stunned Daryl (Norman Reedus) quickly shot and killed Dawn, freeing the people of Grady Memorial from her dictatorship.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode 507, "Crossed," of AMC's The Walking Dead.]
AMC's The Walking Dead set the stage for the midseason finale during Sunday's episode when, for the first time this season, multiple storylines started to converge as Rick's group planned its attack on the hospital, while the church camp faced issues of their own and Maggie took over Abraham's leadership role.