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Things We Saw Today: Cookie Monster Flees Gingerbread Zombies in This Walking Dead Parody

In Sesame Street's parody of The Walking Dead, "The Walking Gingerbread," zombie cookies called "crumbies" come after Cookie Monster and devour all his cookies. Truly evil!

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Does The Walking Dead Have a Big Negan Problem?

I was struck by a take in USA Today by Kelly Lawler, whose headline declares, "The Walking Dead needs to kill Negan to survive." In the article, Lawler argues that Negan has overstayed his welcome by whole seasons, and is now bogging down the entire show.

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Carol’s Growth, Daryl’s Sexuality, and Negan’s Ruthlessness: What We Saw at The Walking Dead Panel at NYCC

New York Comic Con (or as I like to call it, Nerd Church) is undoubtedly one of the best places to be for a Walking Dead superfan: just as the long hiatus between seasons is coming to a close, fans are blessed with the panel that always includes the majority of the cast as well as sneak peeks of the season that is yet to come.

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Things We Saw Today: Overwatch Fans Are Enamored With the Queen of Junkertown

Fans of Overwatch have been flocking to profess their love for a character who features heavily in a brand new map coming to the game: the Queen of Junkertown.

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Things We Saw Today: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Nails the ’80s Commercial in Blu-ray Ad

In perfect marketing news: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has made the most '80s of '80s promos for their DVD and Blu-rays on August 22nd. "Aw Steve, don't make me choose!"

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Things We Saw Today: Longtime Kermit Puppeteer and Jim Henson Successor, Steve Whitmire, Mysteriously Fired

This week, it was announced that Steve Whitmire, successor to Jim Henson in acting as puppeteer for Kermit the Frog, will no longer be performing the role, and will be replaced by Matt Vogel. The reasons why are still unclear.

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Steven Yeun Talks Fan Response Vs. Fan Support of The Walking Dead‘s Glenn

Steven Yeun used to play Glenn on AMC's The Walking Dead. I say "used to," becauseSPOILER ALERT[spoiler]he was killed at the beginning of Season 7[/spoiler]. This fact seemed to cause a lot of people grief, because he was the one Asian main character on the whole show. Yeun has some stuff to say about that outpouring of grief over Glenn. Like, for starters, where was all that emotion when he was actually on the show? **Hate spoilers? STOP HERE**

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Uh Oh. Star Trek: Discovery Just Got Delayed, With No New Premiere Date in Sight

Star Trek: Discovery, the upcoming CBS TV show starring Sonequa Martin-Green of The Walking Dead, was on track to premiere in May of this year. Unfortunately, though, that premiere date has just gotten pushed back... indefinitely. Or, at least, there's no new announced premiere date on the horizon.

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No One Knows What to Make of AMC’s New Walking Dead Teaser Images

We've still got a ways to go before our favorite shows return from their winter breaks, and that's especially true for The Walking Dead, which doesn't come back until February 12. That gives them some time to stir up a whole new round of hype, though, and AMC's strange Walking Dead teaser images are doing just that.

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Things We Saw Today: Queen Bey Will Be the First Woman to Headline Coachella in 10 Years

I don't know what to be more upset about: the fact that Coachella is less about the music these days and more about getting to say you "Went to Coachella," the fact that Beyoncé will be the first woman to headline Coachella in TEN YEARS when she performs at this year's festival, or the fact that Beyoncé has never played at Coachella as a solo act before. But you read that right: Queen Bey will be the first woman to headline the famed dusty bathroom desert music festival since 2007.

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Like Glitter in Carpet, The Walking Dead Won’t Be Getting Rid of Negan So Easily

He's sticking around.

Like it or not, Jeffrey Dean Morgan's murderous, quippy villain Negan is sticking around—at least through next season.

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Things We Saw Today: Gaston Tries to Win Belle Over in New Beauty and the Beast Image

I know I'm not the only one who's excited for the upcoming live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, and ever since the trailer was released I've been on the lookout for any new reveals.

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The Walking Dead Has Been Losing Viewers Since That Controversial Premiere

But that doesn't mean this show is down for the count.

It's not news for fans to stop watching a show--or, at the very least, to threaten that they're going to--but based on some of the numbers the show has been pulling in in the weeks since season seven premiered, it looks like a chunk of TWD's audience has been making good on that promise.

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How the Trump Campaign Targeted The Walking Dead Viewers and Stirred up Fears of the Other

The Trump campaign decided to put their campaign ads alongside The Walking Dead, because the fandom for that show leans to the right. But why is that?

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Things We Saw Today: Scott Gimple Believes a Walking Dead Movie Will Happen

Gimple revealed that he's feeling good about a Walking Dead movie: "That question comes up every now and again. I'm sure one way or another, one day, it'll happen. I think it would be cool."

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Things We Saw Today: Beyoncé Performs in Cleveland in Support of Hillary Clinton

Jay-Z held a free concert in support of Hillary Clinton last night in Cleveland, and Beyoncé unquestionably led the group of artists with her performance of "Formation".

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George A. Romero Has Trouble Pitching Low-Budget Zombie Films, Thanks Brad Pitt and The Walking Dead

With shows like The Walking Dead and iZombie on television, and big budget films like World War Z and Warm Bodies dominating in cinema, it's clear that zombies are the monster of the moment. (Sorry mummies, vampires and werewolves.) And after successes like 28 Days Later and Zombieland, major studios will obviously continue push films like that in the theater.

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This LEGO Version of The Walking Dead Season 7 Premiere is a Little Easier To Watch

But it may also scar you for life.

If you aren't necessarily able to get through the episode--or you want to rewatch those death scenes without having to watch them per se, YouTube user kristo499 has put together a LEGO stop-animation video of the two big death scenes from last week's episode. If you've been trying to avoid spoilers, I wouldn't recommend watching it--because they are literally the two biggest spoilers about who got killed off.

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Steven Yeun Shows He Could Totally Be a Talk Show Host on Conan

Yeun went on Conan to talk about The Walking Dead and how to pronounce his last name. Spoilers for the season 7 premiere episode, but how have you avoided them up until now?

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Is There Only Room for One Interracial Relationship at a Time on The Walking Dead?

Here’s what struck me, viscerally, as soon as The Walking Dead's seventh season premiere finished: Both Glenn and Abraham were in interracial relationships.

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