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'The Walking Dead' star Chad Coleman on why Tyreese is 'still struggling'

He has been the gentle giant of The Walking Dead, but not so gentle that he can’t take on an army of zombies if need be. However, there is no doubt that Tyreese has struggled with the new rules and level of violence often necessary in the post-apocalyptic landscape. And according to actor Chad Coleman, that struggle will continue when the show returns on Oct. 12. We chatted with Coleman about what’s coming up for Tyreese, getting back together with the cast, the mini The Wire reunion happening, and the new urban feel of season 5.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So let’s talk some Tyreese. I’m curious how he’s going to be dealing now with all the stuff that happened to him last season — his girlfriend being killed, Carol confessing to it, having to watch Carol put Lizzie down. And, on top of all that, he’s a sensitive soul. So how’s he dealing with the violence of this world and some of it by the members of his own group?
CHAD COLEMAN: Well, you know, we pick up right where we left off, so there’s no jump in time. You catch him right in the middle of it, in the tug-of-war of emotions, just wrestling with it, the push and pull. On one level feeling a connection with Carol for sure with all that we witnessed together, and just the pull of the pain of losing someone who meant so much to me. So he’s still struggling. He’s still wrestling. And then, on top of that, they’re trying to make their way to Terminus, so it’s just a push-and-pull and still trying to hold that weird little community, trying to hold it together to get to a larger safer place. And hopefully reconnect with the rest of the group. READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Lauren Cohan says 'we're all animals' in season 5

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She was just a simple farm girl once upon a time. But then the zombie apocalypse happened and her entire family went either dead or missing. I guess that’s the bad news. The good news is that at least she has a swell boyfriend who is no longer acting like a tool because he could not forgive her for being sexually assaulted by the Governor. (Not Glenn’s finest hour.) READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead': Your One-Minute Refresher

Wow, a lot of crappy stuff happened to the survivors last season on The Walking Dead. So much crappy stuff, in fact, that not all of them are survivors anymore. But with the season 5 premiere around the corner, wouldn’t it be helpful to have that entire laundry list of misery and pain compiled in one handy dandy video lasting but one minute long? Yes! Yes, it would! So we did exactly that.

Here’s everything you need to know to get you all caught up for The Walking Dead season finale Oct. 12 on AMC. (To be honest, I had no idea I could even talk this fast. I should start auditioning for old school Federal Express revival ads.) So check it out as part of your official Walking Dead pre-game routine, and then click here for the most obscene amount of Walking Dead coverage you have ever seen in your entire life. Okay, roll the tape… READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' showrunner Scott M. Gimple reveals 'time is scrambled up a little bit' in season 5

We are now less than two weeks away from the season 5 premiere of The Walking Dead. Because last season ended on a cliffhanger, details have been scarce. But we cornered showrunner Scott M. Gimple and got him to spill some intel about the upcoming episodes — just check out that cagey quote of his in the headline for one example. Read on as we talk to the big man in charge of The Walking Dead and try to pull some answers out of him. Also, could there be cursing this season? (Click through both pages to read the entire interview.) READ FULL STORY

Watch this, DVR that: Your guide to Sunday's perfect night of TV

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In our fall TV preview, we broke down each day into what to watch live and what to DVR. Here’s your fall Sunday-night game plan:

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'The Walking Dead' star Emily Kinney says there's 'definitely a connection' between Beth and Daryl

Many fans of The Walking Dead have been hoping for a while now for poor Daryl Dixon to find true love. At first, shippers targeted Carol as a potential love interest for the crossbow-wielding warrior. However, last season, a new potential pair emerged as Daryl and Beth spent a good chunk of time together downing booze and burning down cabins. Then Beth had to go missing and ruin everything.

However, we saw in the season 5 trailer that Beth is indeed still alive (and on the receiving end of a nasty blow to the face). So there is hope these two could be reunited at some point. Should that happen, is there a chance for romance? “I don’t know,” said Emily Kinney (who plays Beth) when she paid a visit to Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105). “You have to wait and find out.” But Kinney did confirm that there are indeed feelings of some sort between the two survivors. “I would say last season what you saw, there’s definitely a connection, and a connection that’s growing. And they care about each other a lot, and so there’s definitely something really special there.” READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Michael Cudlitz talks Abraham and the group's mission to D.C.

The first thing you probably notice about Sgt. Abraham Ford is his mustache. Because it is awesome. But you will be noticing a lot more about him when season 5 of The Walking Dead kicks off on Oct. 12. We already know Abraham is intent on getting Eugene to Washington D.C. in an effort to stop the zombie plague. But readers of The Walking Dead comic know there is much more to be revealed about the character, and according to the man who plays him, Michael Cudlitz, we will see it revealed soon enough. We chatted with Cudlitz to get his take on joining the show in full, revelations about Abraham’s past, the big mission to D.C., and what else we can expect in season 5. (Click through both pages to read the entire interview.) READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus says Daryl would 'probably be an a-hole'

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Norman Reedus already spoke eloquently to us about the evolution of Daryl Dixon throughout the zombie apocalypse on The Walking Dead. It was thoughtful and moving. But what if the zombie apocalypse had never happened? We asked Reedus what he thinks Daryl would be up to if life as they knew it had never changed. And judging by his answer, maybe this whole killer plague has not have been such a bad thing for Mr. Dixon after all. READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Melissa McBride talks Carol and the 'whole other different energy' of season 5

Carol was more of a background character when The Walking Dead first started on AMC. Sure, she had a crappy husband and had to deal with her zombified daughter, but she never quite seemed integral to the main story. That all changed last season when a hardened, no-nonsense Carol emerged and started recognizing that drastic times call for drastic measures. She killed Tyreese’s girlfriend and some other poor schmo and burned their bodies in an attempt to stop the spread of a deadly virus: That lead to her being kicked out of the prison by Rick. And then she shot and killed her adopted daughter Lizzie after realizing the girl was a complete psychopath. (But a super sweet psychopath, it should be noted.)

All of this was played to pure perfection by actress Melissa McBride, who has helped turn Carol into one of the can’t-miss-characters on the show. With The Walking Dead returning for season 5 on Oct. 12, we caught up with Melissa to chat about awards, spoilers, and what we can expect coming up. READ FULL STORY

'Walking Dead' star Steven Yeun describes a 'hardened' Glenn in season 5

Remember that scrappy kid who talked Rick out of the tank back in season 1 of The Walking Dead? Well, Glenn Rhee has changed quite a bit since then. First off, the dude is kind of buff. He also has gone from a solo act to part of the show’s big love story — a love story that has had plenty of ups and downs. We asked the man who plays Glenn, Steven Yeun, to talk about his character’s evolution, and you can see his response in the video player below. How exactly has Glenn changed since we first met him? READ FULL STORY

New 'Walking Dead' baddie Gareth (a.k.a. Andrew J. West) speaks

After following the signs promising safety and sanctuary to Terminus for half a season, Rick and Co. were trapped in a box car thanks to the seemingly diabolical dealings of the train yard’s leader, Gareth. Even worse, several clues appear to hint that Gareth and the folks of Terminus plan on EATING their guests. But just who is this Gareth? And who is the man who plays him? We caught up with actor Andrew J. West after his epic road trip to Terminus to find out how he joined The Walking Dead, what he knows about what’s coming up when the show returns on Oct. 12, and how he views the man holding the keys to train car A. (Click though both pages to read the entire interview.) READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Danai Gurira wigs out

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Michonne looks like a badass. And a good part of that badassery is due to her hair — those flowing dreadlocks that whip around as she is slicing and dicing zombies left and right. But it’s not real. I’m not talking about the zombies — which are, of course, totally 100% real — but rather the hair. It’s actually a wig worn by actress Dania Gurira to achieve maximum Michonne. READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead' star Andrew Lincoln says to fear the beard in season 5

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No doubt about it: Rick Grimes has been in some hairy situations on The Walking Dead. And none have been hairier than that thing currently growing on his face. Some manly stubble has given way to a full-on assault of whiskers. Which I suppose is appropriate, this being the zombie apocalypse and all. After all, one has to assume the Gillette factory to be something less than fully operational these days. READ FULL STORY

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