The Walking Dead isn’t generally known for practical stunts, but with Season 8 gearing up for “All Out War,” it stands to reason physical action would increase. As such, the unfortunate hospitalization of stuntman John Bernecker has necessitated Season 8 production take a temporary hiatus.
The Walking Dead has always pushed the boundaries of gore and violence, though Season 7 understandably reached a certain plateau with its batty premiere. Some producers even suggested that fan reaction inspired them to tone down Season 7’s bloodlust, though showrunners now say otherwise.
Seven seasons in, The Walking Dead serves AMC’s best interest to extend and expand itself as long as possible . We’ve even heard vague suggestions of The Walking Dead continuing indefinitely, as with its comic inspiration, but AMC boss Josh Sapan took things a step further to proclaim their flagship horror-drama as an endlessly renewal franchise, a la Star Trek.
The Walking Dead has at least a week before we all brace for the finale impact of Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s arrival as Negan, but like the man himself, who has that kind of patience? A new international promo gives us our first look at the new big bad, barbed-wire bat and all.
‘The Walking Dead’ has barely lifted the veil on season 5's second half, let alone the LA-set spinoff to arrive sometime this year, but already major intel on the AMC horror-drama’s sixth season may have leaked. A new report suggests that one of the spinoff’s characters will feature into season 6 of ‘The Walking Dead’ proper, but what might it mean?