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Walking Dead Showrunner On The Similarities Between Negan And Rick

by Peter Paltridgeon 05/31/2017
Negan is a cruel, cocky, arrogant bat-swinging baddie with little remorse for his actions. Rick Grimes is the central POV for The Walking Dead’s storyline and thus, must be more virtuous. But not by a large margin, at least not on TWD. Showrunner Scott Gimple told Comicbook.com he believes the two characters have a lot […]

We Already Know What Rick’s Smile Was About

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/17/2017
So out of nowhere Rick and his team become surrounded by dozens of surly-looking people, some carrying weapons….and Rick’s response right before the show cuts to black for the week is a big fat smile. What was THAT about? TWD executive producer Greg Nicotero, who also directed this week’s episode, explained to EW what was […]

The Walking Dead Cast Bashes Season 7A, Praises Season 7B

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/03/2017
It’s unusual for the stars of any show to talk about the first episodes of a season in such negative terms, especially when they’re still within that season….but the Walking Dead cast and crew seems to want EVERYONE to know the bleak and depressing fall the show had, where everybody just moped around and jumped […]
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Actually, The Violence is The Same, Says Scott Gimple

by Peter Paltridgeon 01/24/2017
Last week Gale Anne Hurd told the press at the National Association of Television Program Executives conference that as a response to the negative backlash to the graphic violence in the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, all future episodes had their bloody bits toned down. “We were able to look at the feedback […]

Will Rick Gain Back His Courage In Season 7B?

by Peter Paltridgeon 12/23/2016
Several of Rick’s final lines as Season 7A came to a close earlier this month seemed to indicate he’s had his fill of being Negan’s lapdog. But what does the showrunner have to say about that? Showrunner Scott Gimple offered some comments and hints to Comicbook.com regarding Season 7B, and while he doesn’t say outright […]
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Scott Gimple Discusses The Impending Kingdom

by Peter Paltridgeon 09/23/2016
Here comes The Kingdom! Showrunner Scott Gimple had a chat with EW about the newest post-apocalyptic community to be revealed on The Walking Dead, come this October. What makes The Kingdom different from Alexandria or The Hilltop? It’s just better, he says. I’ll say that the Kingdom is a place that works and it’s a […]

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A Big Hint Has Been Dropped For Walking Dead Season Seven

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/13/2016
Thanks to another accident, we may know what the next major set piece will be when Season Seven of The Walking Dead rolls around an eternity from now. National Pet Day was yesterday, and Skybound Entertainment — the production company behind all things Walking Dead — Facebooked out a drawing from the TWD comic of […]
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Scott Gimple Discusses TWD Midseason Finale And What Awaits In February

by Peter Paltridgeon 12/01/2015
There’s a new interview with TWD showrunner Scott Gimple on Yahoo TV, in which he discusses key scenes from the midseason finale, the evolution of certain characters, and what awaits in the second half that starts February 14. Here are the most interesting parts from that conversation…. (If you haven’t watched the episode yet, the […]

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So….Um….About Last Night

by Peter Paltridgeon 10/26/2015
We’re not giving any specifics just yet, and the above photo is from the ending scene to the Gremlins 2 video game on the NES, just to protect everyone who hasn’t watched it yet. Just know that when you finally get around to watching the most recent Walking Dead, brace yourself and prepare to have […]

Emily Kinney on Beth’s Shocking Mid-Season Finale Decision (Spoilers)

by Shawn Hopkinson 12/02/2014
Why? That’s the question that ran through my head after watching the mid-season finale, “Coda.” Beth’s anger at being out-maneuvered by Dawn and being forced to give up Noah was understandable, sure, but her decision to stab her with tiny scissors didn’t really seem to make any sense. It was unlikely to kill Dawn to […]