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Walking Dead Creator Kirkman On The Future Of Woodbury

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READ WITH CAUTION: POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD

Season three of The Walking Dead will soon come to a close, with only four more episodes left in the season. There has been some speculation that the zombie series might move away from the prison setting when the new season starts in October. The prison is a very small section of the comic book series, so it stands to reason that our group of zombie survivalists may well move on at the end of season three.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Walking Dead creator/executive producer Robert Kirkman teased what’s in store for Rick Grimes and his group when season three ends. The story has been building towards a final showdown between Rick and the Governor, but Kirkman suggests that there will be a narrative resolution soon. Kirkman says:

I don’t want to give anything away because we have some really cool stuff planned for the finale, but I will say that there is a resolution to the storyline at the end of the season, as people would expect. It becomes a whole complete story that you’ve been able to experience over the course of season 3. And It will set things up nicely for season 4. There are new places to go in season 4, but whether or not that means a new setting or new story direction or simply new characters I can’t really nail down any specifics.

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Walking Dead Creator Lands Deal For An Exorcism Show

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Robert Kirkman is best known as the driving force behind The Walking Dead, the wildly successful comic book that begat the wildly successful television series on AMC. His first foray onto the small screen has been such a rousing success that now the writer has scored a new development deal with Fox International Channels. In his latest endeavor Kirkman will leap from one horror staple — zombies — to another equally frightening proposition — exorcisms.

Walking Dead creator Robert Kirman's next show will be about exorcism

Kirkman, seen here with his animal familiars

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The Walking Dead: The Complete Panel From PaleyFest 2013

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Last weekend, the cast and crew of The Walking Dead took the stage at The Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles, California during the 30th annual PaleyFest. The Paley Organization celebrates the very best in television. The Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick conducted the panel featuring the zombie series’ cast and crew. If you weren’t lucky enough to attend the Q&A, The Walking Dead panel is now available online. Watch the video below:

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SNL’s Walking Dead Sketch Plays The Undead Race Card

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What do you get when you cross AMC’s The Walking Dead with more hilarity than you can possibly muster? That’s a serious question that I don’t have an answer to just yet.

What I do know is what happened when the “Not Ready for BRAINS!” players from Saturday Night Live sprinkled their spoof dust all over The Walking Dead this past Saturday. While it wasn’t the dumbest thing on TV Saturday night, I’ve seen Tic-Tac-Toe games that were more unpredictable. I’ll give it up to the actors, who always try to raise the bar for SNL‘s mostly hackneyed writing, and to host Kevin Hart for showing the world what a Kevin Hart zombie would look and act like. (Hint: It looks and acts like Kevin Hart!) Check out the video and feel free to call me foul names while you profess how strong the material really is.

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The Walking Dead’s Next Ep Gets Two Clips And A Promo

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Last night’s episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead, “Clear,” already ranks among the best of the franchise. (Click HERE to see me gush about it at great lengths.) It reminds us that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his merry band of survivors still cling to their humanity, not always an easy task in a world that tries to kill them at every turn. In the escalating conflict with the Governor (David Morrissey) and Woodbury, this capacity for human emotion is what will set them apart from their enemy—not everyone in Woodbury, but certainly the Governor and his core crew of goons.

With four episodes left in season three, the two sides creep closer and closer to full-scale war, and from the look of these two clips and this short promo for next week’s ep, “Arrow on the Doorpost,” we’re on the brink.

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The Walking Dead Post-Game: Clear

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Last week’s episode of The Walking Dead, “I Ain’t a Judas,” set them up. Does this week’s chapter, “Clear,” knock ‘em down? We’re about to find out. Read more down below, and see if our opinions match, or if you feel like we were watching two completely different shows.

SPOILERS BELOW!

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