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.
The zombie drama has recruited Go On and Everybody Hates Chris alum Tyler James Williams, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Details on just whom Williams is playing are being kept under wraps, but THR can reveal his character is named Noah. It's unclear which episode Williams will make his debut in or if he'll be around in a guest, recurring or regular capacity.