The Walking Dead brings a lot more to the table than endless zombie carnage, but did you know that the AMC horror-drama has given over 10 different names for the dead, without once using the Z-word? What sneaky reference to a canine superhero has Robert Kirkman kept in since the pilot? These are just some of the delicious morsels awaiting you in the second episode of 'You Think You Know TV?,' which aims a crossbow at some fresh facts about The Walking Dead!
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I've remained a faithful devotee of AMC's The Walking Dead television series since its record-breaking debut, but I'll be the first to admit that the first half of the second season has been shaky, dominated by too little heartbreak and terror and far too much hemming and hawing over the search for a lost little girl. And with showrunner Frank Darabont's departure this summer, I don't have terribly high hopes for the season's remai
Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead may have wondered whether Frank Darabont's possible writing staff overhaul would affect the quality of the series' upcoming second season, but TWD creator Robert Kirkman seems to have put any worries to rest in an interview with TVGuide.com via his signature brand of Kirkman calm.
"Everybody knows what they're doing," Kirkman told TVGuide.com. "AMC has done a few television show
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Earlier today we touched on the effect that AMC's TV series adapting "The Walking Dead" has had on its Image Comic p
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