Series creator Robert Kirkman revealed the news at this year's New York Comic Con.
Without a doubt one of Telltale Games' most prominent and inspired projects, the video game version of 'The Walking Dead' was first brought to players in 2012. Introducing a barrage of new faces that haven't been a part of the comic book series or the television show, exciting and fresh stories have been told through the Telltale releases, that have dropped in a sequence of 'seasons'.
Danai Gurira as Michonne in 'The Walking Dead' season 6
It's been confirmed that the game will be coming to an end next year with its final season, so talk has been rife about exactly how we'll catch up with the characters in the future.
Despite reports to the contrary ever since 'Fear' started, the shows will soon be coming together.
'The Walking Dead' is for many one of the best shows on television. When it was announced a sister show would be coming in the form of 'Fear The Walking Dead', expectation was high and, for the majority of those watching, the new series impressed just as much as the original.
Colman Domingo as Victor Strand in 'Fear The Walking Dead' season 3
Ever since the prequel series was revealed, fans mused over the possibility of a crossover, but all of the head honchos behind-the-scenes have repeatedly shot the idea down and said it would prove too difficult to ever pull off.
Continue reading: 'The Walking Dead' And 'Fear The Walking Dead' Crossover Confirmed
The Marvel series will make its debut on Netflix before the end of the year.
When 'The Walking Dead' first made its way to the small screen, Jon Bernthal was one of the integral pieces of making the show a success, playing Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) best friend Shane Walsh. Unfortunately, his character wasn't long for the zombie-infested world, but Bernthal has since continued to make a name for himself in a number of big projects.
Gale Anne Hurd has always been a fan of The Punisher
His latest is in Marvel's newest collaboration with Netflix on a solo series based on Marvel Comics character Frank Castle, aka The Punisher. First introduced in the second season of 'Daredevil', Castle is somebody who has a 'take no prisoners' approach to life, first seeking vengeance following the murder of his loved ones, and now fighting to make the streets of New York a safer place for everybody.
The series makes its return this October.
With just under a month until we get the premiere for 'The Walking Dead' season 8, talk is turning towards exactly what we should expect from the upcoming episodes, especially so after the season's trailer debuted back at San Diego Comic Con a little earlier this year.
Danai Gurira stars as Michonne, seen here in 'The Walking Dead' season 6
Whilst 'All Out War' - a fan-favourite comic book arc - is set to be the main focus of the season, there was one particular scene in the trailer that caught everybody's attention.
The series makes its return for an eighth season this October.
When it comes to 'The Walking Dead', we think it's fair to say that anything is really possible. Through seven seasons now, the zombie apocalypse has rained down on the band of survivors the show follows, with twists and turns around every corner.
Rick Grimes is on a mission to bring Negan's rule to an end in 'The Walking Dead' S8
Though it's based on Robert Kirkman's comic series of the same name, and the author works very closely with the show in its US home of AMC, there are some changes that have been made and surprised everybody watching.
Continue reading: 'The Walking Dead' Showrunner Shoots Down 'Old Man Rick' Theory
The series returns this October for its eighth outing.
When 'The Walking Dead' makes its return for its eighth season next month, fans will be expecting a huge shift of tone when it comes to comparing the new episodes to those that made up season 7.
Norman Reedus makes his return in 'The Walking Dead' as Daryl Dixon
The last season saw a lot of criticism for being incredibly dark and violent, but when it came to the finale, lines were drawn and the foundations were laid out for the infamous comic book story arc known as 'All Out War'.
The series will return for the second half of its third season this month.
Though it may not be as popular as the show that spawned it, 'Fear The Walking Dead' has found a loyal audience at AMC and will return for the second half of its third season in the US tomorrow (September 10).
Dave Erickson returns as executive producer
Season 3 kicked off with a tragedy, with Cliff Curtis' character Travis being killed off, forcing the rest of the survivors the show follows to find a new place to call home. There, they met Jeremiah Otto (Dayton Callie), but he turned out to be more of a hinderance to the group than anything else, leading to Nick (Frank Dillane) taking his life so that he was no longer an obstacle in their way.
Continue reading: 'Fear The Walking Dead' New Season 3 Villain Teased
Events of season seven, episode one have been hard-hitting.
It's been almost a week since the death of Glenn in the first episode of 'The Walking Dead' season seven and people have been expressing their (often genuine) grief in various ways. One person even took out an obituary in Arkansas newspaper The Batesville Daily Guard. Now that's true fandom.
Steven Yeun's character Glenn has finally been killed off
A columnist named Andrea Bruner described how she was 'too depressed' to write her usual column following Glenn's bloody death in last Sunday's (October 23rd 2016) episode of 'The Walking Dead'. Instead, she enlisted the help of her friend Frank Vaughn to write an obituary for the character, dubbing him: 'Glenn Rhee, husband, father-to-be, warrior and friend'.
The spin-off series promises to offer fans something different to 'The Walking Dead'.
'Fear The Walking Dead', the spin-off to AMC’s hit zombie series 'The Walking Dead', has been given a premiere date of August 23rd at 9 p.m, with a special 90 minute episode. The announcement was made during AMC’s panel at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, where a special series trailer was also shown to the audience.
Kim Dickens stars in AMC’s ‘Fear The Walking Dead’.
The series is being billed as a prequel/spin off to 'The Walking Dead' and stars Gone Girl’s Kim Dickens as well as Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam-Carey. In the trailer shown at SDCC, Dickens is seen as guidance counsellor Madison and shows the time before the zombie apocalypse hits.
Coleman was filmed telling fellow passengers “Yes, I am Chad L. Coleman.”
Coleman starred as Tyreese on the AMC series.
“I wanna know where my humanitarians are!” Coleman is seen yelling while walking up and down the carriage. The actor then tells passengers, “Yes, I am Chad L. Coleman. I am on ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ I’m not trying to play no f---ing games with you! Yes, I’m an actor! You want me on TMZ, record it.’