We’re not surprised that The Walking Dead has been killing in the ratings, but it is remarkable how it keeps getting stronger and bigger all the time. The show now just had another milestone in that it actually beat out Sunday Night Football and the World Series.
There was little doubt that The Walking Dead would have a big return this season, but it’s remarkable that it keeps getting bigger and stronger when it returns, unlike a zombie itself, which will continue to rot and grow progressively weaker as time goes in. In fact, the Walking Dead has broken yet another ratings record.
AMC certainly boasts a respectable lineup of shows on its network roster, including the wildly popular Walking Dead and Mad Men.
One show ends, another begins, and both have brought in insane ratings numbers. But this shouldn’t be a shock with The Walking Dead, which made TV history in its season three debut, and Game of Thrones, which was sure to have a huge third season debut.
A serialized adaptation of the novel is headed to AMC, a network that is probably best known for its wildly popular adaptation of The Walking Dead.
What show is so powerful it stood strong against The Grammys? What show is so big it keeps breaking records, even when its last record made TV history?
AMC has posted two Walking Dead clips teasing the upcoming second half of season 3.
Activision has released a gameplay trailer for its upcoming zombie survival adaptation.
The Walking Dead had an enormous season debut last week that broke major TV records, and the show is still holding steady.
After four years' wrangling, Cablevision and AMC Networks have settled their legal case against Dish Network, and Dish has started broadcasting AMC's channels once again.
The Walking Dead has been getting steadily better since it's premiere, despite a rather wild divergence from the source material.
Anticipation is building for the long-awaited third season of the Walking Dead which premieres this October on AMC.
The Walking Dead phenomenon continues as Activision Blizzard and Terminal Reality announce a new first-person shooter (FPS) based on the wildly popular AMC television series.
AMC will be screening all 19 episodes of its wildly popular Walking Dead series this weekend.
AMC will be screening a mega-Dark Knight Marathon right before the release of Rises on July 20.
So far, Ridley Scott has only shown us a couple of short teaser trailers and posted a few images snapped during the production of Prometheus.
I'll never forget the first season of Battlestar Galactica, which, IMHO, is perfect example of military sci-fi at its finest.
If you walk into a theater, chances are the vast majority of its screening rooms do not have the capability to air a 3D movie, but if that theater happens to be owned by Regal Entertainment Group, that may soon change.
Quiz question: what is the only company that earns money on every single 3D movie ticket sale, almost irregardless of where the ticket is bought and what the film is? Answer: RealD, the company that brings 3D technology to every major theater in the US.