AMC's The Walking Dead returns for its fourth season Sunday, this time with its third showrunner, Scott Gimple -- who has been with the series based on Robert Kirkman's best-selling comics since its sophomore run.
AMC's The Walking Dead is two months away from unspooling its fourth season and its first under new showrunner Scott Gimple, who will bring a "greatest hits" approach to the beloved comics that serve as source material for the zombie drama.
TNT has released the first footage of its upcoming Frank Darabont drama.
The series, previously known as L.A. Noir and, more recently, Lost Angels, will now go by the title Mob City. The six-episode series will bow Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 10 p.m. and is based on John Buntin's L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America's Most Seductive City.
When AMC's The Walking Dead returns in October for its fourth season, Rick's beleaguered group will be facing a new threat beyond walkers and rival camps.
In a new video featuring the cast and creators from the Atlanta set, co-star Steven Yeun teases that the writers are "one-upping" the story from last year, which ended with a brutal confrontation between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the Governor (David Morrissey).
The creator of The Walking Dead comics is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the series and debuted the first footage of its upcoming fourth season, and now one of the comics under the banner of the writer/exec producer's Image Comics imprint Skybound is being developed for TV at Universal Television.
Scott M. Gimple made his Comic-Con debut as The Walking Dead's newest showrunner on Friday to a packed Hall H, offering the first footage of season four, a premiere date and his vision for the series.
"Things are going to be way crazier; it's an escalation," comics creator Robert Kirkman said of what to expect in the fourth season, which will premiere Sunday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m., followed by the season premiere of The Talking Dead. The second half of the season will return in February.
Changes are coming to the fourth season of AMC's The Walking Dead. With its third showrunner in as many years, the zombie drama will take a more character-focused approach to storytelling, with an eye on "remixing" executive producer Robert Kirkman's comics that serve as the source material for the record-breaking drama.