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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Return Trailer: An Eye For An Eye!

Just hours ago we learned that 'The Walking Dead' season 4 will tap producer and writer Scott Gimple as the AMC drama's new show-runner, replacing current helmer Glen Mazzara, but we've still got miles to go in season 3 before then. And while we eagerly await 'The Walking Dead's season 3 return "The Suicide King" on February 10, AMC has issued our freshest look yet! Check out 'The Walking Dead' season 3's eye-patch-tastic new trailer inside!

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3: Get An Eyeful of the New Poster!

Regardless of the AMC showrunner drama plaguing the series, 'The Walking Dead' is poised to continue its season 3 hot-streak with February 10 return "The Suicide King," kicking the battle between Woodbury and the prison into high gear. We've already seen a few casualties to that battle, and a few body parts lost, but a new poster for the acclaimed AMC action-drama's return teases the deadliest episodes yet! Get an eyeful of the bad-ass new 'Walking Dead' season 3 poster inside!

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New ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 Controversy

Just when you thought the uproar surrounding AMC's decision to renew 'The Walking Dead' for season 4 without show-runner Glen Mazzara had died down, 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter has stoked the fires once again. Previously Sutter attacked AMC for their frequent show-runner turmoil, leading 'Walking Dead' creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman to comment on Sutter's words over Twitter. Now, Sutter has gone positively nuclear, slamming both Kirkman and AMC for a lack of knowledge in show-running in his latest video blog entry. Will the madness never cease?

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Clip

Forget about Daryl Dixon, what about us? We're the ones who have to endure the ghastly wait from 'The Walking Dead's mid-season finale "Made to Suffer" to its February 10 premiere "The Suicide King!" And even so, we can barely wait to find out what happens to Daryl and Merle in the Woodbury arena, so thankfully AMC was kind enough to oblige with an all-new clip! Find out if Andrea comes to the rescue when 'The Walking Dead' returns inside!

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‘The Walking Dead’ Creator Responds to Kurt Sutter’s Rant

Because it just wouldn't be the holidays without all our loved ones squabbling with one another, the show-runners of our favorite TV series are at it again. Late last week brought the shocking news that 'The Walking Dead' showrunner Glen Mazzara would depart the series for the fourth season, followed by 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter's profane public response to AMC. Now, 'Walking Dead' comic creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman has issues his own response to Sutter's rant, fueling the fire. The battle rages inside!

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‘SOA’ Creator Slams AMC Over ‘The Walking Dead’s’ Mazzara

Earlier today the TV community was rocked by the news that while AMC had officially renewed 'The Walking Dead' for a fourth season, show-runner Glen Mazzara would resign from his post. Mazzara's departure marks the second show-runner shift for 'The Walking Dead' amid a host of other AMC showrunner conflicts, and now 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter has publicly attacked AMC over the debacle. The conflict heats up inside!

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‘The Walking Dead’ To Be Re-Broadcast in Black and White?

For all the many comic-to-TV comparisons of 'The Walking Dead' we make, one of the most notable changes is almost always glossed over. While the AMC series is always broadcast in glorious, vibrant technicolor, the Robert Kirkman comic books on which the series is based have always been a dreary black and white. AMC previously paid homage to the monochromatic art style by broadcasting the show's pilot episode "Days Gone Bye" without color, but are you ready to see the entire series in intense black and white?

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3: Spoilers From the 2013 Return

Our hunger for fresh 'The Walking Dead' spoilers never truly goes away in between seasons. Instead, it mindlessly shambles around, attacking whatever scoop it finds, so who's ready for a feast? AMC has issued new descriptions of the upcoming run of episodes set to premiere in February, and suffice to say things aren't looking good for Woodbury, the prison or our favorite characters. Get the latest intel on 'The Walking Dead' season 3's return inside!

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‘Walking Dead’ Popularity Prompts Spike in Gun Sales

On the one hand, a lot of people are going to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse in case that ever happens. On the other hand, a lot of people out there are buying guns to protect themselves from zombies. According to a gun rights advocate as well as a gun store owner, people are preparing themselves for the zombie apocalypse with guns and ammo.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3: 2 Sneak Peeks of “The Suicide King!”

The explosive 'Walking Dead' mid-season finale "Made to Suffer" still feels fresh in our minds, but there's no way we can wait until February for all-new episodes! Thankfully, AMC isn't quite as cruel as the Governor, and issued two sneak peeks of "The Suicide King" to tide us over for the long, bitter months that follow. Will Merle and Daryl be able to make it out of Woodbury alive? What's next for Tyreese (Chad Coleman) and our new band of survivors? Fresh sneak peeks inside!

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