Comic Book Men has been a big success for AMC, so much so, that it is giving Kevin Smith another show about comic books and pop culture.
Acto Daniel Zovatto (It Follows, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), has been cast in season 2 of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead. While details about who Zovatto might be playing or how his character will affect the pre-existing world of Fear the Walking Dead have yet to be revealed, but the show has begun filming it’s second season in Mexico. Are you excited to see Zovatto join Fear the Walking Dead? What are your hopes for the second season? Let us know all your thoughts below! Fear the Walking Dead will return to AMC on April 10, 2016.
Fans of Fear the Walking Dead, the Walking Dead spin-off series, is set to return to the airwaves in April.
Every year, Zach and company have complained about horrible movie going experiences. This week, Stephen tells the story of how AMC theaters ruined the Hateful 8.
Following the announcement that Xander Berkeley (Justified, 24), would be joining The Walking Dead, TVLine broke the story that he would be playing the role of Gregory – a character known to lie and betray his fellow survivors in The Walking Dead comic book series. No announcement has been made about exactly how Berkeley’s Gregory fits into the larger television universe of The Walking Dead on AMC. What do you think about the news that Gregory will be coming to television? What complications do you think could arise from this? Let us know all your thoughts in the comment section below! The Walking Dead returns to
The Walking Dead spin-off series Fear the Walking Dead is not the end of the ever expanding Kirkman universe over at AMC. President of original programming a development at AMC and SundanceTV, Joel Stillerman has announced that Walking Dead fans can now look forward to a webseries spinning out of Fear the Walking Dead. The series title was revealed to be Flight 462. “Flight 462 is a great extension of the world of Fear and will engage fans across multiple platforms with another riveting story set at the start of the fall of civilization,” said Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC and SundanceTV. “We
I finally had a chance to watch the newly released trailer for AMC’s Into the Badlands, it is is a crazy mix of martial arts, deco style, and crazy-ass action.