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The last time we spoke with Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman he suggested fans might be “a little shocked” by tonight’s midseason finale, ‘Pretty Much Dead Already.’ The show very much proved he is a man of his word.

The good news was that the survivors finally found their precious Sophia (Madison Lintz). The bad? Their precious Sophia… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ writer Robert Kirkman talks midseason finale shocker


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The most recent episode of AMC’s zombie show The Walking Dead was notable for the unexpected appearance by a legendary, terrifying beast whose regular diet probably includes recently slain, uncooked woodland creatures .

I refer, of course, not to the mythical, sheep-devouring chupacabra, after which the show was named, but actor Michael Rooker’s even more frightening, racist redneck… Continue reading ‘The Walking Dead’: Writer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s episode, ‘Chupacabra’


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How shocking was that death on the latest episode of AMC’s zombie show, The Walking Dead? Let me count the ways…

Actually, let me not, or we’d be here all day. Suffice it to say, the decision by Jon Bernthal’s Shane to sacrifice Pruitt Taylor Vince’s Otis so he could escape from a herd of zombies came as a… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ writer Robert Kirkman talks about tonight’s episode and THAT shocking death: ‘It was a somewhat justifiable homicide’


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“Bloodletting” is a title you could give to pretty much any episode of AMC’s gore-drenched, zombie-filled Walking Dead. But it was a particularly apt one for Sunday night’s show, which found the stricken Carl (Chandler Riggs) being given transfusions of the red stuff from his father Rick (Andrew Lincoln) following the young ‘un’s shooting at the… Continue reading ‘Walking Dead’ writer Robert Kirkman talks episode 2: ‘Bloodletting’

Beauty and the Beast could be returning to TV. ABC is developing a new version of the classic fairy tale romance from Human Target and Jericho writer-producer Jonathan E. Steinberg. The one-hour fantasy drama is described as an “epic re-imagining” of the tale.

Beauty and the Beast joins a host of name-brand projects in the running for broadcast’s next pilot season, including a Frankenstein, Romancing the Stone and Munsters