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'The Walking Dead' star Michael Cudlitz talks about the big mission to Washington, D.C.

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

The man is persistent, give him that. Sgt. Abraham Ford wants to get to Washington, D.C. and is pretty insistent on recruiting Rick and Co. to join them. But, as we saw on Sunday’s “Strangers” episode of The Walking Dead, that persistence may have paid off as Judith kinda, sorta convinced daddy to sign on. However, there is now the whole Gareth situation to consider. After losing Terminus to zombies, Gareth and a few of his cannibalistic cohorts kidnapped Bob and feasted on his leg. How much is Abraham responsible for that since he and the others would not let Rick go back and finish the job? We asked the man who plays Abraham, Michael Cudlitz, about that, the mission to D.C. and more. (Also check out our interview with ‘Walking Dead’ star Steven Yeun.) READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Steven Yeun on if Glenn would have kept Tara's secret from Maggie

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Blame it on Glenn. Well, not just Glenn. But blame it on the whole group for not letting Rick go back and finish off the Terminus folks when they had the chance. As a result, Gareth is now finishing off a tasty meal consisting of Bob Stookey’s leg. But therein lies the dilemma of season 5 of The Walking Dead. How far is too far in a world now dealing almost exclusively in extremes? We chatted with the man who plays Glenn, Steven Yeun, to get his thoughts on season 5’s first two episodes, whether they were wrong to not exterminate the “Termites” and whether Glenn would have kept Tara’s secret had not she not revealed it herself to Maggie. (Also make sure to read our interview with ‘Walking Dead’ star Michael Cudlitz.) READ FULL STORY

Spoiler Room: Scoop on 'The Flash,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Sons of Anarchy' and more

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'The Walking Dead' taps Alexandra Breckenridge for mystery role

Alexandra Breckenridge has landed a recurring role on The Walking Dead, EW has confirmed.

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'The Walking Dead' director Greg Nicotero explains how they did that in the premiere

When it comes to The Walking Dead, Greg Nicotero does it all: He’s an executive producer, he’s the mastermind behind all the zombie makeup, he sometimes appears as a zombie himself, and he has emerged as a go-to director for the AMC hit. It was Nicotero who directed Sunday’s off-the-hook season premiere, so we spoke to him to find out how they filmed all the throat-slitting and fire-zombie-walking insanity. Plus, Nicotero shares one change he would have made on that big Carol and Rick reunion. (Also make sure to check out Greg Nicotero’s storyboards for the big Terminus raid scene, as well as our season premiere interviews with creator Robert Kirkman, showrunner Scott M. Gimple, Chad Coleman (Tyreese), and Andrew J. West (Gareth). READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Andrew J. West talks Gareth and those shocking Terminus flashbacks

No doubt about it. Those guys at Terminus were bad news. How did they get that way? We learned their backstory through some flashbacks that framed The Walking Dead’s season 5 premiere. Turns out Gareth and Co. used to be some pretty righteous folks who did, in fact, want to use their railway yard as a sanctuary — until some other baddies came and took over and forced them into a new world way of thinking…and eating. We caught up with the man who plays Gareth, Andrew J. West, to get his take on the shocking premiere. (Also make sure to check out our season premiere interviews with creator Robert Kirkman, showrunner Scott M. Gimple, and Tyreese himself, Chad Coleman. Also, feast your eyes on director Greg Nicotero’s storyboards for the big Terminus raid scene.) READ FULL STORY

'Walking Dead' season 5 premiere is show's highest-rated episode ever

The Walking Dead is very much alive.

The show’s season 5 premiere marked the series’ highest-rated episode ever with 17.3 million viewers, up 7 percent from the previous record-holder, the season 4 premiere. The show was also up 6 percent in adults aged 18-49 with 11 million viewers.

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'The Walking Dead' star Chad Coleman on Tyreese's 'pretty raw' moment

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He refused to kill a zombie. He said nobody was going to die today. But then a dude in a cabin pushed one too many of Tyreese’s buttons and the fury of the gentle giant was finally unleashed. We spoke to Chad L. Coleman about what went down on Sunday’s big Walking Dead season premiere and what it means for Tyreese going forward. (Also make sure to check out our season premiere interviews with Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and showrunner Scott M. Gimple, as well as director Greg Nicotero’s exclusive storyboards for the Terminus raid scene.) READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' showrunner Scott M. Gimple answers premiere burning questions (like that secret scene)

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

The Walking Dead just unleashed one of its most violent and emotional episodes ever with the season 5 premiere on Sunday night. And because apparently that wasn’t enough, it topped things off with a first for the show — a post-credits secret scene showing the return of Morgan. We tracked down showrunner Scott M. Gimple to get his take on the big Terminus raid, those emotional reunions, the unique flashback structure, a first ever secret scene, and what to expect next week. (Click through both pages to read the entire interview.) READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' creator Robert Kirkman breaks down the violent and emotional premiere

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There was a lot of blood, sweat, and tears on Sunday’s season premiere of The Walking Dead. Especially blood. We spoke to comic creator and TV exec producer Robert Kirkman to get his take on all the mayhem — including those emotional reunions, a secret post-credits scene, and the stuff they didn’t think would make it to air. READ FULL STORY

Watch the first 4 minutes of 'The Walking Dead' season premiere

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You don’t have to wait until tonight to watch AMC’s The Walking Dead season 5 premiere. You can see the first four minutes right here and right now in the video player below. Watch on…if you dare. Then check back on EW.com tonight after the episode for all kinds of coverage. READ FULL STORY

Lauren Cohan calls the 'Walking Dead' premiere 'our best episode yet'

Today is the day. The Walking Dead finally returns with a season 5 premiere that will require you to pick your jaw up off the floor…unless your hands are too busy covering your eyes. The episode is crazy and violent, yet also has some touching emotional moments as well that will no doubt have fans talking. While audience reaction will come after the episode airs tonight on AMC, one cast member has already filed her review. “I feel like this is our best episode of the show yet,” said Lauren Cohan when she stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) on Friday. “It took me on such a journey, which is so funny because I was there when we made it and I was still so floored. I felt so much trepidation and then such excitement about the strength of the group. It’s been really exciting the levels we can take the show too now. It’s been like feature films every time, but this time it’s just a bigger and much deeper, darker expensive movie.” READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Josh McDermitt got the creepiest gift imaginable from a fan

We thought Norman Reedus took the prize for weirdest gift from a Walking Dead fan with the silicone breast implant he received, but now we’re starting to rethink our drink. That’s because Josh McDermitt, who plays Eugene on the zombie drama, stopped by our Entertainment Weekly Radio studio (SiriusXM, channel 105) the other day, and by the time he left, we were all deeply disturbed. READ FULL STORY

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