The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: Season 4, Episode 7: Dead Weight

Is this the cool camp? / Booze and beer and cigarettes. / But dysfunction lurks.

Cast members from Walking Dead, Orange is the New Black, to appear at aTVfest

Starting Thursday, SCAD will kick off a celebration of all things television at their Atlanta campus with the 2nd annual aTVfest (not to be confused with an ATV fest—totally different thing).

Getting back to the Walking Dead source material

Author Bonansinga collaborated with Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman on the three most recent novels inspired by the comic books, Rise of the Governor, The Road to Woodbury, and the just-released The Fall of the Governor.

Walking Dead at aTVfest: Hershel, Beth, and Sasha talk about what’s next in season four

Three Walking Dead cast members discuss the windfall from "Too Far Gone" and preview what's next in the series.

What are you doing this weekend? November 1-3

As you might have observed, we’re a little Walking Dead obsessed of late. Join other TWD obsessives at Walker Stalker, the first convention created in honor of Atlanta’s favorite zombies. Show stars—including Steven Yeun (Glenn), Melissa McBride (Carol), Scott Wilson (Hershel), Andrew Lincoln (Rick), and Norman Reedus (Daryl)—will be on hand. The panel discussions range from cerebral (“Zombie Ethics” with Emory profs) to squishy (“How to Paint and Apply Foam Latex Zombie Prosthetics”). Stop by our booth and say hi. (And while you're there,enter to win an autographed blow-up of one of our covers.) Friday, Saturday, Sunday. walkerstalkercon.com

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: Season 4, Episode 6: Live Bait

Governor on quest / Looks like Snake Plissken / Bearded and shaggy.

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: 112 ounces of pudding!

The Walking Dead returns after a mid-season break. And our haiku recaps return, too. The Carl and Michonne / Go walkabout episode / Where's everyone else?

The Walking Dead’s Beth Greene sings!

For the past three seasons, Kinney has played Beth Greene, Hershel’s youngest daughter on the locally shot hit AMC drama. But Kinney’s wry observations on the complicated single lives of urban millennials on her brand-new EP "Expired Love" are a world away from Beth’s rural Georgia reality of the staggering undead.

Video of the Day: The Walking Dead as an 80s sitcom

The Walking Dead already has been given the House of Cards treatment, so it's inevitable that a total mood-swing parody would follow. Matin Comedy envisions TWD as a Full House-esque 1980s sitcom.

For those of us who still first think of Andrew Lincoln as the hopelessly smitten gallery guy in Love Actually (and I know I'm not the only one) the thought of Rick as a lovable comedy lead makes total sense. My main kvetch with this perky send up is the excessive screen time allocated to Lori. Really?

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: Season 4, Episode 5: Internment

"You're a tough sumbitch" / Daryl compliments Herschel / Southern gentlemen.

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