"The Walking Dead" returns with new episodes on Feb. 14, but from the look on Rick Grimes' face, it won't be a Happy Valentine's Day.
There a lot of ground to cover, but the most exciting reveal of tonight's "The Walking Dead" actually happened during "Into the Badlands."
Two characters have the same old debate on the road back home, while back in Alexandria, people start to take action, for better or for worse.
In the only slow episode so far this season, the fate of Glenn hangs in the balance and the Alexandrians hem and haw about survival.
Does this peek at next week's episode hint at troubled times ahead for Andrew Lincoln's character?
Andrew Lincoln also reveals that he punched a hole in a wall right before filming the pivotal scene from the "Walking Dead" premiere.
Andrew Lincoln and Melissa McBride also hinted at just what could frighten their battle-worn characters in "The Walking Dead" season six.
The countdown to "The Walking Dead's" return continues with a pair of new images from AMC teasing the mid-October season debut.
Lincoln teased that this season's volume of walkers would reach an all new level and that the first episode is something unexpected.
The core cast from Daryl and Rick to Carol and Morgan continue to fight for Alexandria in the latest pics from the season premier.
"Batman v Superman's" production designer talks up Batmobile's "rough" edges; Neal McDonough's villain appears in a post from Paul Blackthorne and more.
"Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira and more shuffled over to Hall H to talk about the upcoming sixth season.
Which way will Season 6 take Rick Grimes and the rest of his group when AMC's hit drama returns this Fall?
As Rick and his ragtag band of survivors enter Alexandria, their distrust of fellow man may prove to be too much for them in these new "The Walking Dead" clips.
Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus reveal the final fate of Rick's beard to "The Today Show"; the Vision gets a closeup in new banner and more.
With the midseason premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead" nearly here, a new teaser features Rick Grimes making a dubious prediction.
The AMC zombie drama will feel like a totally new show when it returns in February, says actor Andrew Lincoln in the featurette.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman, showrunner Scott Gimple and more discuss the critically acclaimed AMC series, and what's ahead in season five.