"You are all my children now" - Freddy Krueger
The Walking Dead back on Feb 10, spin off, and Norman Reedus gets pranked
Update on Walking Dead news over the last few weeks
Don't ask me why the U.S networks want to split seasons into two, it sucks to be us, but after an explosive mid season episode the show is back on or around February 10th, depending which territory you are in. No spoilers yo, but that was one hell of a last episode, I'm salivating as I've read the comics and know what's coming ... assuming the television show sticks to the graphic novels. We're huge fans of this series, full episode reviews of season three are promised next month, honest, so am really looking forward to the next half season of The Walking Dead 4.0!
News is still filtering through of a spin off series AMC might or might not be producing sometime in the future. Apparently Kirkman is involved and has spoken about it in interviews but no firm details at this stage. We tend not to drop news on every speculation that gets posted on the interwebs as the vast majority are bollocks at the best of times. Simply love websites that publish news one day and then retractions the next as the latest rumours proves false. So anyway are we up for a spin off, oh hell yeah, do we have additional details, not at this stage. We'll keep ya updated.
And rounding out the Walking Dead news, Norman Reedus (Daryl) got pranked by an evil grouping of Fox, super fan Nick Santonastasso, Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), and the awesomely talented Greg Nicotero.
Published on 21 January 2014
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