The mega-popular zombie series has seen a plethora of characters meet their untimely and grizzly demise over the course of its seven seasons. Check out these heartwarming moments before a loved characters untimely death!
Sherman Augustus, Babou Ceesay and Ella-Rae Smith Join as Series Regulars Dean-Charles Chapman and Lewis Tan Join as Recurring Guest Stars
AMC announced today new additions to the cast of its hit martial arts drama “Into the Badlands,” which returns for season three next year. Sherman Augustus, Babou Ceesay and Ella-Rae Smith join the cast as series regulars and Dean-Charles Chapman and Lewis Tan join as recurring guest stars. They join series stars Daniel Wu (Sunny), Aramis Knight (M.K.), Emily Beecham (The Widow), Orla Brady (Lydia), Ally Ioannides(Tilda), Nick Frost (Bajie) and previously announced new series regular Lorraine Toussaint (Cressida).
Get ready for blood, guts and tears! The Walking Dead returns to AMC on Sunday, February 12, and fans cannot be more excited to see what transpires during the second half of season 7. Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his gang will face off against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and his monstrous group known as the Saviors. With the group from Alexandria finally reunited and ready to fight, fans are anticipating an all-out war (comic book fans … pun intended)!
AMC ANNOUNCES THE PREMIERE OF ITS CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED SCRIPTED DRAMA SERIES, HUMANS, RETURNING FOR ITS SOPHOMORE SEASON ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 13TH
Carrie-Anne Moss, Sam Palladio, Marshall Allman, Sonya Cassidy, Bella Dayne and Letitia Wright Join the Cast
HUMANS Season One Marathon to Air On December 30th
NEW YORK, NY – December, 5, 2016 – AMC announced today the critically-acclaimed scripted drama HUMANS will make its highly anticipated return on Monday, February, 13th at 10:00 P.M. ET/PT. Check out the season two trailer below!
Looks like Negan will be around on The Walking Deadbeyond Season 7.
For fans of the comics this is no surprise but for those fans who exclusively watch the television series, it’s time to accept the harsh reality that the most epic villain in the series’ history won’t be killed off any time soon.
Russell will play Sean “Dud” Dudley in the Ten Episode Drama Slated to Air in 2018
Series is Executive Produced by Peter Ocko, Jim Gavin, Paul Giamatti and Dan Carey
NEW YORK, NY, November 3, 2016 – AMC announced today that Wyatt Russell has been cast to play the lead role, Sean “Dud” Dudley, in its recently greenlit drama “Lodge 49.” The series, which is slated to air in 2018, is produced by Peter Ocko(“Pushing Daisies,” “The Office”), Jim Gavin (Author, “Middle Men”), Paul Giamatti(“Billions,” “Sideways,” “Outsiders,” “Hoke”), and Dan Carey (“Outsiders,” “Hoke” “John Dies At The End,” All Is Bright”) for AMC Studios. Ocko also serves as showrunner.