I have fallen off The Walking Dead myself with all of the other shows out there, the zombie drama that never ends has gotten stale. That being said, there are still hordes of you who haven’t so when Comic Con drops a five-minute trailer for the show’s upcoming eighth season, far be it from me to pass it along to the Deadheads. Without even having seen it, I’m going to bet Rick is going to be very tense and wrought about something also Negan will probably drop a naughty. Pure speculation. The Walking Dead returns to AMC on October 22, 2017.
Each September, in conjunction with Emmy month, Killing Time readers choose what they believe to be the best show currently on television. TV has gone from a second tier medium to one that is consistently better with more variety than the movies. There’s so much quality, in fact, that, this year, I doubled the nominees from the regular 10 to 20 shows. We had a record number of votes for any poll in the history of the site, and every one of the 20 shows received votes, but in the end, we have our fourth new winner in four years: The Flash is the best show on television. Continue reading KT Readers Choose The Best Show on TV (4th Annual Awards)!!!!→
Each September, in conjunction with Emmy month, Killing Time readers choose what they believe to be the best show currently on television. TV has gone from a second tier medium to one that is consistently better with more variety than the movies. There’s so much quality, in fact, that I have doubled the nominees from the regular 10 to 20 shows. It’s telling that, in those 20 shows, there’s not a comedy among them. The sitcom has never been at a worse point, while drama has never been better. Continue reading Poll: What is the Best Show on TV? 4th Annual KT Viewers’ Poll!!!→
Comic Con International 2016 is upon us! What was once a normal comic convention has morphed into a media extravaganza. Each day of the con will bring new posters and first-look pictures. We’ll collect as many as are gatherable into a single daily update for your compact geeky pleasure. Day Two brought new pictures and posters from Wonder Woman, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season Four, Blair Witch, American Gods Season One, The Walking Dead Season Seven, Kong: Skull Island, The LEGO Batman Movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, and Doctor Strange.
AMC brought the house down at Comic Con with the first trailer for the seventh season of its zombie drama The Walking Dead. Returning from a sixth season finale cliffhanger that angered many fans, you can’t say they didn’t bring the goods with their first look at season seven. Not just Negan & Lucille but King Ezekiel enters the mix! And, yes, absolutely, there IS a tiger on this show. The Walking Dead will shuffle its way back to TV screens in late October.