We’re not exactly sure why conspiracy theories tend to have such a hold on pop culture. Come on, one of TV’s most successful series ever, The X-Files, was pretty much built on the premise that there’s probably an underlying truth beneath the surface. And with the internet giving TV fans everywhere a sounding board, it’s undeniably entertaining to see the speculative beliefs viewers have about some of our most beloved series.
The Walking Dead
It may be stating the obvious but death is one of the constants of The Walking Dead television series. Many characters have died or been left for dead over the course of the show’s four seasons as Rick Grimes and crew navigate the dangerous and and zombie-filled post-apocalyptic landscape. The series, and the original comic on which it’s based, has never been hesitant to kill off major characters but what about those minor characters that only lasted for an episode or two?
Which sexy model was voted Esquire‘s Woman of the Year? Do we get to see Katniss in the arena in the new trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire? What happened on The Walking Dead last night?
Oh no! Were you too busy macking on hot zombies on The Walking Dead to catch Best Week Ever this week? What a shame! Because we were totally checking out hot zombies (and the humans trying to stay human) this week, too! But you’re in luck because thanks to the power of the internet, we can can talk about hot zombies together! Last week’s entire episode of Best Week Ever is online. So, you can hang with The Walking Dead‘s Vincent Martella! We’ve even got Orange Is The New Black‘s Taryn Manning! And we’re making a passionate case for why NBC should never have cancelled Ironside.
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Did Busy Philipps and Evan Rachel Wood get pregnant on the same day? Is dating torture for Jennie Garth? And we’ve got the inside scoop on last night’s horrific twist on The Walking Dead!
The Wire is one of the most respected series in cable television history, known for its complex characters on both sides of the Baltimore drug game. The Walking Dead is one of the most popular television series in cable television history, known for the fact that it’s a television show about zombies and zombies rule. Fans of both shows expressed a collective “OH SNAP!” last season on The Walking Dead with the appearance of Tyreese played by Chad Coleman who had previously played the ex-con with a heart of gold Dennis “Cutty” Wise on The Wire. Now the word is out that actor Larry Gilliard, Jr. who played The Wire’s ill-fated drug dealer D’Angelo “D” Barksdale is playing Bob Stookey on season 4 of The Walking Dead. That got us thinking of what other Wire characters we’d love to see on The Walking Dead’s cruel new world. Who would rise to the occasion and put down walkers and who would end up zombie meat with the quickness? Here are 10 Characters From The Wire We’d Like To See On The Walking Dead.
It’s safe to say that Andrew Lincoln (who plays Rick Grimes) is excited about the new season of The Walking Dead. The show’s lead actor says that the first couple episodes are some of the best episodes of the series. But what he’s most interested in is the theme. Read more…
Plus, check out the new trailer for season four of The Walking Dead. What did Zac Efron have to say to his fans post-rehab? And what are critics saying about Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s Don Jon?
We’re all for the Emmys awarding the living, breathing humans who make our favorite shows so spectacular — but what about the the unsung heroes? The mega-memorable props that get no love? Check out TV’s 10 most award-worthy inanimate objects!
Damn, it’s a good time to be a heroine. There are so many kickass ladies out there in film, television and literature — from The Walking Dead to this week’s The Mortal Instruments to next year’s Divergent —that we have half a mind to demand an Expendables style movie with them all joining forces. We’re at a point where kids should be collecting fantasy heroine trading cards…which gave us the idea of ranking these ladies trading-card style to see who would be top of a Tops deck!