‘The Walking Dead’ May Be Missing Three Main Characters In Season 8

‘The Walking Dead’ May Be Missing Three Main Characters In Season 8

The Walking Dead has had a fair amount of battles on its hands this year. After narrowly avoiding yet another writer’s strike, it looks like at least part of season eight will be going ahead without the participation of some of the show’s most important characters. The first is Christian Serratos (Rosita) who was pregnant during the filming of season seven. After giving birth in May, it’s unlikely that she made it back at work in time with the show currently filming its fifth episode. More importantly, however, showrunner Scott M. Gimple may have to do without Danai Gurira (Michonne) Read more »

How Long The Walking Dead Had That Negan Twist Planned

How Long The Walking Dead Had That Negan Twist Planned

The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere paid off on the Season 6 cliffhanger in a big way by killing off not one but two major characters. Negan’s decision to beat the stuffing out of Abraham with a baseball bat wasn’t altogether shocking. An additional twist came when Negan decided that Glenn needed to die, as well. Apparently, the Negan killings were being planned on the series for a lot longer than many of use may have anticipated. Recently, showrunner Scott Gimple revealed when he decided that Glenn had to go, saying this: Scott Gimple’s reveal on The Talking Dead that Read more »

Will Negan Show Up Less In The Walking Dead Season 8?

Will Negan Show Up Less In The Walking Dead Season 8?

Of all the new characters that The Walking Dead fans got to know in Season 7, nobody ranked higher in importance or impact than Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Negan. (Sure, he first came in during Season 6, but barely.) The AMC show’s current embrace of the comic series’ All Out War storyline would almost necessarily mean that Negan will be a huge part of Season 8, but that might not entirely be the case, as Morgan apparently hasn’t been seen around the Walking Dead set since the filming of the premiere. Take note that all manner of explanations could exist here, Read more »

The Walking Dead: Season 8 Photos, Trailers, And Premiere Dates

The Walking Dead: Season 8 Photos, Trailers, And Premiere Dates

The long The Walking Dead off-season has almost reached the half-way mark between the Season 7 finale and Season 8 premiere. What ended in April will pick back up in mid-October. With All Out War on the horizon, fans of the hit AMC series are hungrier than ever for new content, showcasing the war between Rick Grimes and his surrounding communities against Negan and his savage Saviors squad. Luckily, the wait won’t be all that much longer for previews, photos, and cast interviews. Season 8 of The Walking Dead will kick off with a major milestone: Episode 100. “I’m more Read more »

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The Walking Dead: Three main characters will be absent from part of season 8

The Walking Dead: Three main characters will be absent from part of season 8

Three main characters from AMC series The Walking Dead are expected to be absent for a chunk of season eight. Reports suggest that actors Christian Serratos, Danai Gurira and Jeffrey Dean Morgan – Rosita, Michonne and the villainous Negan, respectively – have not been spotted on set for the shoot of multiple episodes. It seems fans shouldn’t start worrying about these characters’ fates though – Serratos is pregnant while both Gurira and Morgan are busy shooting films. Gurira will appear in Marvel’s forthcoming Black Panther – as well as Avengers: Infinity War – while the latter is starring opposite Dwayne Read more »

Is Negan set to be missing from the first part of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 8?

Is Negan set to be missing from the first part of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 8?

The hit zombie show’s current villain hasn’t been spotted filming on set in Atlanta with the rest of the cast and crew for a number of weeks Fans of The Walking Dead have speculated that Negan‘s involvement in the forthcoming eighth season of the show may be more limited than previously thought, following Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s recent absence from filming. The show is currently shooting its next block of episodes in Atlanta, with an October 16 premiere date expected – which will also mark The Walking Dead‘s 100th episode. However, Morgan hasn’t been spotted on set recently since filming for Read more »

The Walking Dead: Small But Major Moment Indicates Dwight’s True Allegiance

The Walking Dead: Small But Major Moment Indicates Dwight’s True Allegiance

Fans of The Walking Dead have been expecting Dwight’s defection against Negan for some time now. Having read Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comics, the reveal that Dwight wishes to betray the Saviors in favor or Rick Grimes was not exactly a shocking moment for many fans. However, given the show’s tendency to shake things up and play with fans’ expectations given the events of the comics, the possibility always remains that Dwight might be playing Rick this whole time on the TV series. Many fans are holding on to small shreds of doubt in the back of their mind, Read more »

Negan Might Miss Part Of The Walking Dead Season 8

Negan Might Miss Part Of The Walking Dead Season 8

With the All Out War storyline on the horizon, fans of The Walking Dead are expecting to see a lot of Negan as his Saviors go head to head with Rick Grimes and the surrounding communities in battle. However, new speculation from fans scouting the filming areas of the AMC series is pointing to an absence of the character early on in the show’s eighth season. As the word goes, Negan actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan has not been spotted on the set of The Walking Dead since production of the Season 8 premiere which is also the 100th episode overall. Read more »

‘The Walking Dead’ Is About Superheroes, ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Is About People

‘The Walking Dead’ Is About Superheroes, ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Is About People

As Fear the Walking Dead continues its surprising season three renaissance tonight, I wanted to explore a bit why the show is starting to connect with me while The Walking Dead is losing my attention after seven seasons. Some of it is length, sure, as any show going that long will run into some fatigue issues, but there’s one core difference I think isn’t talked about enough. The Walking Dead is effectively a superhero show. No one has superpowers, but it’s a superhero show all the same, pulled from the pages of a comic that features much, much larger than Read more »