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'The Walking Dead' star Sonequa Martin-Green on Sasha's big mistake and a 'gut-wrenching' midseason finale

I don’t blame her. After all, that Grady Memorial Hospital cop named Bob seemed like a decent enough guy. And he shared the same name as Sasha’s boyfriend Bob, who got…you know, eaten. So Tyreese’s sister maybe wasn’t thinking completely clearly when she agreed to help her prisoner by putting his former friend out of his zombie misery — only to get bum rushed and knocked out, allowing said prisoner to escape. Whoops! We caught up with the woman who plays Sasha, Sonequa Martin-Green, to get her thoughts on what the heck happened. She also breaks down the other big moments of the episode for Sasha and previews next Sunday’s midseason finale, which she promises will run “the whole gamut.” READ FULL STORY

Who is going to die on 'The Walking Dead' midseason finale?

Will someone die on Sunday’s midseason finale of The Walking Dead? It could go either way. Last season, both Hershel and the Governor met their ends at the halfway point. So did Sophia in the Barnageddon massacre that closed the first half of season 2. However, season 3’s eighth episode featured no major character deaths (sorry, not counting Oscar or Zombie Penny), so there is no guarantee that someone will be biting the dust on Sunday. But let’s play the timeless game of “What if…?” to try and determine who might be the one to go should somebody not make it to 2015. READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Seth Gilliam reveals where Father Gabriel is going

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only after watching Sunday’s “Crossed” episode of the The Walking Dead.] READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Melissa McBride on Carol's evolution in 'Consumed'

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only after watching Sunday’s “Consumed” episode of the The Walking Dead.] READ FULL STORY

Is this the best 'Walking Dead' season ever?

“HOLY S–––!” How many times have you uttered those words while watching season 5 of The Walking Dead? Most likely, a lot. Now, a good 50% of those profane utterances may have been due to the violence, which has been off the charts (as cast members Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus warned me it would be this year), but there’s something else about season 5. It’s not just the gore. Everything on the show seems to be operating on a different level — the characters, the story, the stakes. Put it all together and you have what could be shaping up to be the best Walking Dead season ever. Of course, we’ll have to see how things play out over the next 11 episodes before we can say whether that designation sticks, but so far, so great. Let’s examine what has made this season so strong on all fronts. READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Michael Cudlitz explains Abraham's shocking flashbacks

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.] READ FULL STORY

'Doctor Who' special Xmas episode's teaser trailer is ho-ho-horrifying

Christmas is supposed to be a time of peace on earth and goodwill to all men. Unless you’re  a certain TARDIS-dwelling Time Lord, in which case the forthcoming festive season is going to be a time of terrifying, slavering beasties.


'Doctor Who' director Rachel Talalay talks 'Dark Water'

British institutions don’t get much more British than Doctor Who, the beloved, long-running, and wonderfully eccentric BBC time travel show. So how come its two-part finale—the first half of which screened last Saturday—is being overseen by American director, Rachel Talalay? “Well, first of all, I’m half-British,” says Talalay, whose credits include the 1995 film Tank Girl as well as a slew of TV shows. ” I say, I grew up in America, but I had a British upbringing. I very strongly pursued [Doctor Who]. I mean, this wasn’t arbitrary. I was on a mission. From the moment I saw the reboot, I thought, I really really want to do this show. But how I drifted to the top of the list? You’ll have to ask [Doctor Who showrunner] Steven Moffat.”


Meet the new 'Walking Dead' cop from hell, who claims she is a 'hero'

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.]

To protect and to serve. And to bust you in the face whenever she damn well feels like it. Such is the motto of Officer Dawn Lerner, whom we met on Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead. Dawn runs “the system” at Grady Memorial Hospital, where people like Beth Greene are brought in, given medial treatment and as well as food and board — but for a price. In just one episode, we saw Dawn belittle Beth, strike her multiple times in the mug, and sentence Beth’s new BFF Noah to a beatdown as well. But guess what? The woman who plays Dawn insists that not only is she not a villain, but she’s actually a hero! We spoke to actress Christine Woods (whom you may recognize from FlashForward and Hello Ladies) to get her take on the controversial character and her introduction to the Walking Dead universe. [Also check out our interviews with Emily Kinney (who plays Beth) and Tyler James Williams (Noah).] READ FULL STORY

New 'Walking Dead' addition Tyler James Williams talks Noah and that big [SPOILER]

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.]

Beth woke up in a hospital Sunday night on The Walking Dead and found herself surrounded by people hitting in her in the face, sexually assaulting her with lollipops, and tricking her into killing patients. But there was one person who got her back. Fellow orderly Noah took the blame (and the beating that came with it) for that dead patient, and the two hatched an escape plan together. However, only Noah made it. We spoke to former Everybody Hates Chris and Go On star Tyler James Williams about being the latest addition to the Walking Dead universe and whether he kind of ditched Beth there at the end of their big hospital escape. [Also check out our interviews with Emily Kinney (who plays Beth) and Christine Woods (Dawn).] READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Emily Kinney on Beth's disturbing lollipop scene and more

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead.]

Oh, there she is. After being absent for the first three episodes of season 5, Emily Kinney made her return Sunday night to The Walking Dead as Beth, and in a big way. Beth woke up in a hospital only to be physically and sexually abused by people who demanded compensation for supposedly saving her out in the wild. Along the way, she was forced to share a lollipop with a super-creepy cop, got to dine on guinea pig, and made a daring escape attempt that ended up being only partly successful. We caught up with Kinney to get her thoughts on the episode and one of the most uncomfortable scenes in Walking Dead history. [Also check out our interviews with Tyler James Williams (who plays Noah) and Christine Woods (Dawn Lerner).] READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead': Who is that hiding in the woods with Daryl?

SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead.

It was a shocking episode all around on Sunday’s The Walking Dead, but it ended with one last touch that has us scratching our heads a bit. Even with all the mayhem of “Four Walls and a Roof,” things appeared ready to end on a quiet note as Michonne and Father Gabriel sat on the church steps after ridding themselves of the Terminus cannibals. But then some noise from the woods led Michonne and her newly recovered katana to investigate. Daryl Dixon emerged and then told someone else to come on out before the episode came to an abrupt halt without revealing that person’s identity. So who else is out there? Here’s a list of candidates in order from least to most likely: READ FULL STORY


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