Chickens clucking the doleful “Walking Dead” theme offer up an early hint that what’s ahead will be offbeat and funny.
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After much speculations that the show will not be moving forward for season 4 due to low ratings, AMC has renewed “Better Call Saul” and will return on the cable channel for 2018. AMC also released a press release confirming the renewal.
AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is about to begin its seventh season on Sunday, Oct. 23. But ahead of its premiere, the cable network has just renewed the show for another season, regardless of how it’s going to perform in the ratings. “The Walking Dead” Season 8 is expected in October 2017.
March 14, 2016 – AMC announced today from the SXSW Festival that the highly-anticipated new series “Preacher” will premiere Sunday, May 22nd at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT following the mid-season finale of “Fear the Walking Dead.”
“The Walking Dead” actor Norman Reedus is getting his own TV series, and it’s not about zombies. It’s about the star’s other passion — bikes! According to Us Weekly, “Ride With Norman Reedus” is going to feature six one-hour episodes…
AMC has given a series order to the comic book adaptation of “Preacher.” Seth Rogen, who developed the story for television along with Evan Goldberg and “Breaking Bad” alum Sam Catlin, announced the good news on his Twitter.
“The Walking Dead” spinoff series “Fear The Walking Dead” is about to premiere tonight, Aug. 23 on AMC. The show, which takes place ahead of the zombie outbreak in the first series and is set in Los Angeles, is centered on a dysfunctional family led by Kim Dickens, playing Madison, and Cliff Curtis, playing Travis.
Watch: ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ First Three Minutes Released! ‘The Walking Dead’ Spinoff Begins Run Aug. 23
“The Walking Dead” spin off TV series “Fear The Walking Dead” will be debuting this Sunday, Aug. 23 on AMC. In line with this, the network has released the first three minutes of the show, which can already be watched on its official Facebook page.
While “Empire” has been the most-watched new series last season based on ratings, it was mostly snubbed by the Emmy’s. But the Television Critics Association (TCA), which handed its annual awards over the weekend, has named the Fox drama “Program of the Year.”