A slowed down video appears to give away Negan's victim in the thrilling Walking Dead Season 6 cliffhanger.
Showrunner Scott M. Gimple teases that they may bring in a live tiger for Season 7 of The Walking Dead, hinting at the presence of The Kingdom.
Fans of The Walking Dead are so upset over not seeing whom Negan killed that they are demanding the answer be revealed before May.
Fans will be able to relive all 16 episodes of The Walking Dead Season 6 on Blu-ray and DVD this summer.
Showrunner Scott M. Gimple teases that the beginning of The Walking Dead Season 7 will get very, very dark, and that the world will open up more.
Greg Nicotero, who directed The Walking Dead Season 6 finale, reveals that Jeffrey Dean Morgan was the only actor on set during Negan's kill scene.
Showrunner Scott M. Gimple and creator Robert Kirkman explain why a cliffhanger was necessary for The Walking Dead Season 6 finale.
The death of a beloved Walking Dead character will set the stage for what's to come in The Walking Dead Season 7.
In The Walking Dead Season 6's tense final moments, Negan torments Rick and his crew.
Norman Reedus discribes Last Day on Earth as the most hardcore Walking Dead episode of all time.
Andrew Lincoln has nothing but high praise for Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan on The Walking Dead, teasing his entrance is very dark.
The iconic Negan and his baseball bat Lucille are teased in a new poster just days before they debut in The Walking Dead Season 6 finale.
Norman Reedus sheds some light on the shocking ending of last night's The Walking Dead, which finds Daryl in quite a bit of trouble.
Rick and the Alexandrians will finally meet the nefarious Negan in the Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead, airing Sunday, April 3.
Negan introduces Lucille in the first look at Jeffrey Dean Morgan as the iconic villain in The Walking Dead Season 6 finale.
The cast and crew take us behind-the-scenes at Baja Studios in Mexico, the new home for Fear the Walking Dead Season 2.
Showrunner Scott M. Gimple teases that Negan's debut in The Walking Dead will be both the same and different than his comic book introduction.
The Walking Dead will get an extra 30 minutes of bloodshed when the Season 6 finale airs April 3 on AMC.
Fear the Walking Dead show runner Dave Erickson confirms that The Walking Dead characters won't meet their Los Angeles counterparts.