On the calamitous jail showdown, and what to expect when the season resumes in February.
A theory about one of last night's "deaths."
This episode was like the end of season two, but on steroids.
So close, and yet so far away.
Just how many walkers are there?
Contains spoilers from last night's episode.
Another episode in the wonderful company of the Governor.
He says "truly malevolent people" got him ousted.
Catching up with the Governor.
"He wants to try to be good but he knows there's this terrible, unhinged person lurking inside him."
"She's cute. They would have really good sex, I bet."
The Walking Dead’s Scott Wilson on Hershel’s Survival and What His 99-Year-Old Mom Thinks of the Show
"No elderberries for the Governor."
The star of this week's episode — aside from Henry the Endotracheal Intubated Zombie — is Hershel.
"It's kind of hard to do it with a clunky crossbow strapped behind your back."
Rick and Carol set out on their own side trip.
"Basically, it’s just a soap opera with a zombie occasionally."
When he's not Daryl Dixon, he's taking pictures. See some from his new collection.
See the waxing and waning trendiness of these three spooky staples in movies and TV.
When is Carl's bar mitzvah?
For a show that’s always been rather heavy and dark, this season is wearing a lead suit during a solar eclipse.
There were some next-level gruesome moments in this week's episode.
More than 16 million viewers watched the season-four premiere.
Also, that bloody supermarket scene.
Life on the farm seems peaceful now. It isn't.
Who's even alive still?