Fans of CBS’ resurrected cop show Unforgettable, which returns tonight at 9 p.m. ET for a second season, will notice a few changes: Det. Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery), her perfect memory, and her ex-boyfriend/current partner Al Burns (Nip/Tuck‘s Dylan Walsh) are being poached by the Major Crimes Section of the NYPD. (Acerbic medical examiner Joanne Webster, played by Jane Curtin, also makes the move, at Carrie’s insistence.) Their new… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ alum Dallas Roberts talks new ‘Unforgettable’ role (and his hilarious ‘Law & Order’ guest history)
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“The Walking Dead” will still have the Governor to contend with next season, and David Morrissey is set to return as a full-time regular. [Warning: If you couldn't tell by the headline, this article contains spoilers for "The Walking Dead" Season 4 and the Season 3 finale.]
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that although Morrissey initially signed a single season contract for the “Dead” role… Continue reading 'Walking Dead' Season 4: David Morrissey's Governor will be back
Easter is shaping up to be one hell of a TV ratings battle pitting Jesus against zombies as The Bible and The Walking Dead will square off for the final time.
History Channel’s smash hit biblical mini-series will wrap up with its fifth and final episode Sunday night, going against AMC’s zombie ratings winner, which is concluding its third season.
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Both cable TV titans promise to… Continue reading Jesus Vs. Zombies! ‘The Bible’ & ‘The Walking Dead’ Face Off In One Hell Of An Easter Battle
Tonight’s episode of AMC‘s zombie saga the Walking Dead was a great one for fans who love Andrea — and arguably an even better one for those who don’t.
Laurie Holden‘s character certainly got a lot of screen time but most of it was spent being hunted by David Morrissey’s deranged Governor before a climactic reveal which found… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ Q&A: Robert Kirkman talks the Governor, Andrea, and THAT shocking climax