Sunday night's episode of AMC's celebrated series, The Walking Dead, further explored the looming and ubiquitous question of morality in the face of a zombie apocalypse, and at its center was central character and hero (still?) Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, with a big question mark over his head.
AMC is proving its dedication to its fans — particularly the fans of one of its many acclaimed shows, The Walking Dead, by offering live streaming of the season three premiere of the show, starring Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes), Steven Yeun (Glenn), and Norman Reedus (Daryl) to audiences who subscribe to DISH, which is dropping AMC from its lineup.
Andrew Lincoln, 38, the British star of AMC's acclaimed The Walking Dead, may be one of the channel's most notable heartthrobs, climbing up to near-Jon Hamm heights, but Lincoln takes a simple approach to keeping himself looking so fine.
AMC's The Walking Dead has never shied away from revealing spoilers, as comic book writer and series executive producer Robert Kirkman demonstrated just last week when he teased the cover of The Walking Dead Issue 100 — a drawing which featured the dead bodies of certain key characters who are still alive on the series.
The Walking Dead comic book creator Robert Kirkman seems encouraged by the success of his vision's AMC adaptation, starring Andrew Lincoln (pictured), Jon Bernthal, and Sarah Wayne Callies. Kirkman is also preparing to release Issue 100 of The Walking Dead this summer, but he's giving his fans a look at the cover, by series artist Charlie Adlard, a few months early.