AMC's The Walking Dead has found its third showrunner.
Executive producer Scott Gimple will become the zombie drama's new showrunner, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Gimple replaces season three showrunner Glen Mazzara, who cited creative differences with the drama and departed the series in late December.
This year's PaleyFest has rounded out its lineup, adding heavyweights The Walking Dead and The Big Bang Theory to its 30th annual TV festival.
Other shows to be featured during March 1-15 fest include Community for the fourth straight year (they will present a live table read), Dallas, 2 Broke Girls, Parenthood, New Girl and rookies The Mindy Project, Nashville and Arrow. It was previously announced that Revolution, Once Upon a Time, The Newsroom, The New Normal and American Horror Story: Asylum would be feted.
In last month's The Walking Dead No. 105, Negan reveals that his community of "Saviors" lives by a system of twisted rules that includes points and multiple wives -- and a brutal torture for their betrayal that explains just what happened to Dwight's face.
Former Shield writers/exec producers Kurt Sutter and Shawn Ryan took to Twitter on Friday to voice their support for friend and former colleague Glen Mazzara after the showrunner parted ways with AMC's The Walking Dead.
AMC on Friday announced that its ratings juggernaut The Walking Dead would return for a fourth season -- and without Mazzara, who became the second showrunner to exit the zombie drama in as many years.
After taking aim at Howard Stern and NBC's short-lived The Playboy Club, watchdog group the Parents Television Council has found a new target: AMC's The Walking Dead.
The group, a nonpartisan education organization advocating responsible entertainment, has called on the TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board to change the zombie drama's TV-14 "misrating," calling out the "hundreds" of scenes of "grisly murder" both of the living and undead featured on the ratings behemoth.
AMC's The Walking Dead continues to solidify its place as the season's best-performing series in the key adults 18-49 demographic.
Sunday's midseason finale collected 10.5 million total viewers in its initial broadcast at 9 p.m., slightly less than October's third-season premiere but up 58 percent compared with season two's midseason finale.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's Walking Dead midseason finale and the comic series the drama is based on.]
Sunday's midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead marked the debut of comic book fan favorite Tyreese, who fled to safety at the prison, where Carl rescued them from a walker attack and led them to safety -- and subsequently locked them up in a cell of their own.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's midseason finale "Made to Suffer" episode of AMC's The Walking Dead and the Image comics the series is based on.]
Confrontations were the order of business on Sunday's season three midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead when Rick, Daryl, Michonne and Oscar crossed into the Governor-controlled paradise of Woodbury.