AMC certainly boasts a respectable lineup of shows on its network roster, including the wildly popular Walking Dead and Mad Men.
It didn’t take Nostradamus to predict that the third season of Game of Thrones would be a big ratings winner, and it certainly was. So big, in fact, that the fourth season got the green light from the success of the first show of season three.
This is a great time to be a genre TV fan. Game of Thrones is about to return, and The Walking Dead is ready to end its third season.
The Walking Dead is still going like gangbusters, and wherever the zombie trend goes this year, the show should still stand strong for some time to come.
We may see more of the interactive zombie adventure serial earlier than anticipated.
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?
"You can adapt to the zombie threat, and that’s part of what Woodbury is about. But the new problem that has emerged in Season 3 is human beings. What you have now is two communities of humans in conflict. That’s much more complicated."
Here’s a funny new term that’s probably new to the vernacular: Binge watching. That’s pretty much what we geeks do anyways. Pile up a bunch of our favorite movies and TV shows, and have endless marathons at home.
We’re overrun with zombies these days. We’ve got so many zombies in movies, TV, graphics novels and video games, it’s like the undead are everywhere we turn.
The Walking Dead is currently on hiatus, but you know it’s going to be a big ratings blockbuster when the series finally returns on February 10.
Personally, I think the show was better under Darabont, as the drama was less stilted and felt less forced.
Just when you think everything is going fine with The Walking Dead and Godzilla, chaos ensues.
Many have speculated that the whole zombie phenomenon was going to peak last year, but The Walking Dead is one of the biggest shows in the world, proving the undead are still going strong.
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.
Video gaming is not just about AAA budgeting.
"Time and time again we see events like what happened with Glen Mazzara. They continue to disrespect writers [and] their audience."
It’s apparently been tough times for The Walking Dead, which just goes to show you that even zombies have to deal with the yin and yang of life.
As long time readers of TG know, we’re not crazy about movies and TV shows that explain every little thing for the audience.
The third season of the Walking Dead is a big winner on cable, and it’s also a big winner in the gaming world.