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The Walking Dead I Aint A Judas Preview
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New ‘The Walking Dead’ “I Ain’t A Judas” Preview: Merle Dishes On The Governor

Those who caught last night's all-new 'The Walking Dead' episode "Home" got their first major look at a completely villainous Governor, as the one-eyed Woodbury leader unloaded on the prison with a horrific glee. Most of the survivors in the prison seem to have been spared the Governor's wrath for the moment, but will the newly-arrived Merle be able to help turn the tide against the crazy Woodbury dictator? Check out a clip from next Sunday's all-new "I Ain't A Judas" for a clue inside!

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The Walking Dead I Aint A Judas Preview
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‘The Walking Dead’ “I Ain’t A Judas” Sneak Peek: Will Rick Step Down as Leader?

'The Walking Dead' fans already knew from last Sunday's premiere episode "The Suicide King" that Rick's mental faculties weren't all there anymore, but did the Governor's big assault at the climax of Sunday's "Home" set him back on course? Will Rick Grimes be able to handle the war with Woodbury, or will Glenn and Daryl be forced to take up leadership for good? Check out an all-new sneak peek from next Sunday's "I Ain't A Judas" to find out if Rick is up to the task!

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The Walking Dead Home Comic to TV Comparison
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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Comic-to-TV Comparison: ‘Home’

The Walking Dead’ season 3 shambles out its tenth entry with Sunday’s “Home,” but how does it hold up to the comic book continuity?  The conflict between Woodbury and the prison rages as the Governor makes a deadly assault on the facility, while Rick continues trying to work through his recent breakdown, and Glenn steps up in leadership.  So, what’s next for ‘The Walking Dead’ as the sea

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The Walking Dead Home Review
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: “Home”

The Walking Dead’ season 3 brings to life its tenth episode of the season "Home,” as Rick struggles to recover his faculties while an angry Glenn plots retaliation against Woodbury, and Andrea finds her loyalties called into question by the Governor.

Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ premiere “The Suicide King” saw Rick rescuing Daryl and Merle from the Woodbury Arena, and beginning to crack under the difficult decisions posed by the new additions to his group, while Andrea attempted to calm a panicked Woodbury and draw the Governor out of seclusion, so what will the latest episode bring?

Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 3 episode 10, “Home!”

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The Walking Dead Season 3 Home Photos
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New ‘The Walking Dead’ “Home” Photos: Michonne Goes to War!

Any who caught this past Sunday's 'The Walking Dead' season 3 return "The Suicide King" (and why shouldn't you, when you can watch it right here?) knows that the battle between Woodbury and the prison is officially on. And even though Rick may not be up to the task, Woodbury's Governor will inevitably seek retaliation against both Rick's group, and the woman who claimed two of his most prized possessions, Michonne! New photos from Sunday's "Home" seem to reveal the attack already begun, so check out the latest 'Walking Dead' previews inside!

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Comic-to-TV Comparison: “The Suicide King”

The Walking Dead’ season 3 shambles out its ninth entry with Sunday’s mid-season premiere “The Suicide King,” but how does it hold up to the comic book continuity?  The battle begins anew as Rick liberates Daryl and Merle from the Woodbury arena, but begins to crack under the pressures of being the leader, while Andrea tries to quell the panicked townspeople.  So, what’s next for ‘The Walking Dead’ as the sea

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The Walking Dead Premiere Review The Suicide King
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‘The Walking Dead’ Mid-Season Premiere Review: “The Suicide King”

The Walking Dead’ season 3 brings to life its ninth episode of the season, mid-season premiere “The Suicide King,” as Rick rescues Daryl and Merle, and begins to crack under the difficult decisions posed by adding to his group, while Andrea attempts to calm a panicked Woodbury and draw the Governor out of seclusion..

Last year’s ‘The Walking Dead’ finale “Made to Suffer” saw Rick, Michonne, Daryl and Oscar mounting a deadly mission to retrieve Glenn and Maggie, while new survivor Tyreese (Chad Coleman) led his group into the prison under Carl’s guarded authority, so what will the latest episode bring?

Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 3 episode 9, mid-season premiere “The Suicide King!”

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The Walking Dead Season 3 The Suicide King Photos
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New ‘The Walking Dead’ Premiere Photos: Where Are Daryl and Merle?

We're just two days away from the long-awaited premiere of 'The Walking Dead,' and even though we thought we knew which characters were safe after the tense cliffhanger of mid-season finale "Made to Suffer," new photos from Sunday's premiere "The Suicide King" have a different story to tell. Could Rick's group lose a major member to the walkers before making it home from Woodbury? Get the latest 'Walking Dead' spoilers before Sundays' premiere inside!

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The Walking Dead Season 4 Glen Mazzara Explanation
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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4: Glen Mazzara Opens Up About Season 4 Departure

At long last, the wait for 'The Walking Dead's season 3 return is nearly over with the imminent arrival of this Sunday's premiere "The Suicide King." And while fans of the AMC horror series eagerly await answers to the questions of Daryl Dixon's fate, and the newly-escalated war between Woodbury's Governor and Rick Grimes, at least one question may remain unanswered: what could have caused show-runner Glen Mazzara to part ways with the series before season 4? New comments from Mazzara may reveal a new side to the story, so check out the latest 'Walking Dead' scoop inside!

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Walking Dead Super Bowl Commericals
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‘The Walking Dead’ Gets Cute in Super Bowl Commercials

Did you really think the biggest show on television would be completely absent from the Super Bowl? Of course not! Although there won't be any actual 'The Walking Dead' trailers playing during the big game (you can watch the latest one right here, though), a few Time Warner Cable commercials have borrowed the iconography (and a certain cast member) from the show in an amusing way. Watch them below!

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