‘Walking Dead’ Producers File Another $200M Suit Against AMC

Several producers of The Walking Dead have filed a new $200 million lawsuit against AMC Networks to recover profits from the hit series and its spinoffs. In their most recent legal position in California Superior Court, the producers — Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Charles Eglee and Glenn Mazzara — are claiming that AMC Networks’ $200 million settlement in 2021 with the show’s creator Frank Darabont and CAA, his agency, entitles them to similar treatment.

‘Walking Dead’ Creator Robert Kirkman’s Profits Battle With AMC Gutted By Judge, Again

The Walking Dead is coming to an end this year, and so it seems is most of the long-standing legal action by Robert Kirkman and other executive producers of the zombie apocalypse series against AMC. In a final ruling Wednesday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Daniel Buckley gutted most of the fight pitting Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert and fellow TWD EPs Charles Eglee and Glen Mazzara against the cable network.

‘Walking Dead’ Final Season To Premiere In August

Court Tosses $8M Verdict In ‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman’s Death

ATLANTA (AP) — An appeals court has thrown out an $8 million jury verdict awarded to the family of a stuntman who was fatally injured while filming an episode of “The Walking Dead” in 2017. The Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that civil claims brought by the parents of stuntman John Bernecker were barred by […]

AMC Renews ‘The Walking Dead’ For Season 11

AMC Renews ‘Walking Dead’ For Season 10

Lauren Cohan Lands Lead In ABC Pilot

AMC Sued Again In ‘Walking Dead’ Pay Dispute

Sling TV Suffers Meltdown During ‘Walking Dead’

‘Walking Dead,’ ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Plan Crossover

Several Shows In Ga. Shut Down By Irma

‘Walking Dead’ Producers Sue AMC Over Profits

‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman Dies After On-Set Accident

‘Dead’ Still Rules Cable, If With Lower Ratings

 AMC’s zombie show returns to lowest premiere rating since season two, posting a 5.7 in 18-49s. That’s still way better than everything on broadcast last week besides the Grammys.

AMC Renews ‘The Walking Dead’ For Season 8

‘The Walking Dead’ Renewed For Seventh Season

‘Walking Dead’ Actor Seth Gilliam Arrested For DUI

‘Walking Dead’ Finale Sets A Record

The Walking Dead left the air with yet another record on Sunday. The AMC show posted its best-ever finale numbers to close out season five, capping a year when it saw growth over its fourth season. Dead averaged 15.8 million total viewers, according to Nielsen overnights, including 10.4 million adults 18-49. The 90-minute finale started at 9 p.m.

Grammy Viewership Lowest in Six Years

Averaging 25.3 million viewers — an 11% drop from last year — The Grammy Awards fell to its lowest viewership since 2009. The music awards telecast faced competition from the season premiere of The Walking Dead.


Grammys, ‘Dead’ Premiere Knock ‘Simpsons’

With stiff competition from The Grammy Awards and The Walking Dead‘s season premiere, The Simpsons tied its lowest rating ever Sunday night. Ratings for both those programs will not be out until later today. The Grammys went until 11:45 p.m., so fast national ratings do not provide an accurate picture of the show’s performance; they measure only timeslot, not actual program, ratings and do not take into account time zone differences.

Has ‘The Walking Dead’ Gone Too Far?

‘Walking Dead’ Midseason Finale Pulls 15M

The midseason finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead attracted 14.8 million viewers and  marked a midseason finale high for the series — up 23% from the comparable outing (and comparable weekend) in 2013.

AMC Sounds Alarm About DirecTV Tussle

AMC Networks has turned The Walking Dead into a bullhorn for airing its grievance with DirecTV. The cabler sounded the alarm during Sunday’s episode that its carriage agreement with the satcaster is due to expire at year’s end — before the zombie drama’s fifth season closer airs next year. The spot did not mention DirecTV by name but it urged concerned viewers to call the 855-KEEPAMC hotline or visit the KeepAMC.com website.

DVRs Boost ‘Walking Dead’ Premiere Past 22M

Record ‘Walking Dead’ Outdraws Football

For all the billions TV networks lavish on live sports, an AMC series about the undead outdrew NBC’s Sunday Night Football, and an FX program about sideshow freaks topped the Major League Baseball playoffs. The season premiere of the The Walking Dead broke its own record on Oct. 12, drawing the largest audience of any drama in cable TV history. The show attracted 17.3 million total viewers and 11 million in the younger, 18-to-49-year-old demo.

AMC Renews ‘Walking Dead’ For Season 6

‘The Walking Dead’ Spikes Ratings For MNT

The Walking Dead’s debut on MyNetworkTV Wednesday night scored the best demo premiere for the programming service in six seasons. Versus the year-ago premiere of Law & Order: Criminal Intent on Wednesday night in the time slot, the AMC zombie drama is up 13% in households (0.9 vs. 0.8) and up 67% in the demo (0.5 vs. 0.3).


MNT Sees Strong Fall With ‘Dead,’ ‘Mentalist’

On Wednesday, Oct. 1, MNT will begin airing the first four seasons — 67 episodes — of The Walking Dead, the AMC mega-hit. MNT has the exclusive broadcast off-net rights to the drama for at least one season. MNT will also add Warner Bros.’ The Mentalist to its lineup on Oct. 2. It will be the CBS drama’s first airing in broadcast syndication.

‘The Mentalist’ Finds Fall Home On MNT

Two episodes of The Mentalist will air on Thursdays, joining The Walking Dead as new additions to the program services’ 2014-15 lineup. Not returning this fall are House and Monk.

‘Walking Dead’ To Debut On MNT This Fall

AMC’s  The Walking Dead will be part of the MyNetworkTV programming slate starting this fall. MNT plans to air two episodes from past seasons of the popular show one night per week.

AMC Orders A Fifth Helping Of ‘The Walking Dead’

‘Walking Dead’ Season 4 Debut Smashes Records

AMC Renews ‘The Walking Dead’ For 4th Season

PTC Targets ‘Walking Dead’ Over Violence

Watch out zombies, the Parents Television Council is coming for you. The PTC is targeting AMC’s The Walking Dead over the drama’s violent content. The PTC is taking issue with The Walking Dead‘s rating, TV-14, claiming the violence depicted is too much for the rating given.

‘Walking Dead’ Actor Wilson Charged With DUI

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (AP) — An actor on the television show “The Walking Dead” has been charged with driving drunk in Georgia, where the show is filmed. Peachtree City police arrested 70-year-old Scott Wilson at 2 a.m. Aug. 18 after someone called 911 to report a Chrysler PT Cruiser driving erratically. On the AMC drama, […]

AMC Renews ‘The Walking Dead’ for Season 3

‘Walking Dead’ Debut Sets A Cable Record

‘Walking Dead’ Showrunner Darabont Leaving

AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Fires Writing Staff

AMC’s ‘Walking Dead’ Keeps Scaring Up Ratings