Lauren Cohan is going back to The Walking Dead season 11 as Maggie Green and AMC announced it has renewed the show ahead of the premiere of season 10. The actress left the series in 2018 following the death of the father of her baby (played by Steven Yeun) in the series but she’s returning next season with a potential new love interest.
Yvette Nicole Brown is filling in for Chris Hardwick as host of “The Walking Dead” and “Talking Dead” while AMC Networks reviews sexual-assault allegations against Hardwick.
The future of Lauren Cohan’s Maggie on “The Walking Dead” season 9 is in jeopardy as ABC just announced its pick up of the actress new series “Whiskey Cavalier.”
A film company faces a citation and fine after a stuntman for “The Walking Dead” fell to his death last year during filming on the hit show’s Georgia set, federal authorities said Friday.
The AMC channel says a producers’ panel discussion for “The Walking Dead” is off because it conflicts with the funeral for a stuntman killed in an on-set fall.
Sonequa Martin-Green, best known for her role as Sasha on “The Walking Dead” is coming aboard “Star Trek Discovery” on CBS All Access. She will be a lieutenant commander in the series and the role is a regular. What will this mean for her work on “The Walking Dead”?
It finally happened. After months of waiting, fans have learned who was the victim of Negan’s brutal killing in “The Walking Dead.” Unfortunately, there were two characters killed off from tonight’s Season 7 premiere, as spoiler sites have predicted. So, what do the actors playing the characters think of their deaths?
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.
The mystery to “The Walking Dead” Season 7 has been polarizing for fans of the series and production has been keeping a lid on its top secret. However, the cable network has launched a series of new posters that supposedly reveal who died under Negan’s hand and it could be another controversial issue for fans.
Robert Kirkman, the creator of “The Walking Dead” is seeking an injunction against a restaurant in New Jersey that would like to operate a “Walking Dead”-theme establishment. The comic book creator has filed a lawsuit with the state’s federal court.