"The Walking Dead" showrunner Scott M. Gimple discusses midseason finale "Coda," the decision to kill off a key character and renewed critical interest in the series.
Spoiler Warning: Do not read on unless you've seen “The Walking Dead” season five premiere, titled “No Sanctuary.” “The Walking Dead” has certainly had its share of intense episode openings over its…
On the eve of the season five premiere of AMC's monster skein "The Walking Dead," the show's executive producer Greg Nicotero described the mood perfectly: "Tomorrow feels like Christmas." The core…
The casualty count on "The Walking Dead" remains high -- and that's just its showrunners. Scott M. Gimple is the latest to step into the breach, after Glen Mazzara supplanted Frank Darabont -- who…
Mazzara was deeply invested in the AMC smash, but new projects beckon.
Not even the zombie apocalypse could keep masses of "Walking Dead" fans from storming the 6,500-seat Hall H to see stars and producers talk about the upcoming fourth season. Veteran moderator and…
Whether they started out as authors, actors, standup comics or dedicated scripters, this group of TV scribes is definitely on the rise.
AMC has handed over the reins of "The Walking Dead" to a new showrunner.
The series features plenty of moving parts -- some less satisfying than others -- but far from lumbering like one of its zombies, "Dead" is now gliding along like a well-oiled machine.
Universal is moving ahead on sci-fier "Prosthesis," tapping "Walking Dead" writer-producer Scott M. Gimple to pen the script.